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Accelerated EVSE AC charger J1772 from 3-phase sources

Thu Oct 26, 2017 1:21 am

Actual list of possible setups for Accelev:

Source: 3F 400V using 2-phases 5.0 kW (11,5A per phase)
Source: 3F 400V using 2-phases 6.0 kW (14,0A per phase)
Source: 3F 400V using 3-phases 8.0 kW (11,5A per phase)
Source: 3F 230V using 3-phases 8.0 kW (11,5A per phase) Norway special

Outputs: J1772 (Type1), Tesla TS2 (US Tesla), MENEKES (Type2 - only for those who have 1-phase onboard charger)

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Re: Accelerated EVSE AC charger J1772 from 3-phase sources

Sat Oct 28, 2017 9:14 am

Would the 400v 3 phase model work on 480v 3 phase?
In my area of the US anyway we have 2 common 3 phase power(both only in commercial buildings, 3 phase in a residential home is unheard of) one is 120v on each leg or 208v between any 2 of the 3 legs, the other is 277v on each leg or 480v between any 2 of the 3 legs.
I might be interested in a EVSE that could use either 277 or 480v as one of the commercial buildings I work in has such power. Where I'd charge has a nice 60a 480v unused circuit but for 208v power(what my EVSE uses) it only has a 20a circuit, so I'm basically restricted to ~19a for short term use :( Sure would be nice to be able to tap into that 60a 480v three phase power :P
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Re: Accelerated EVSE AC charger J1772 from 3-phase sources

Sat Oct 28, 2017 4:02 pm

jjeff wrote:Where I'd charge has a nice 60a 480v unused circuit but for 208v power(what my EVSE uses) it only has a 20a circuit, so I'm basically restricted to ~19a for short term use :(

You're not going to get much more than that into a Leaf, anyway, except via CHAdeMO.

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Re: Accelerated EVSE AC charger J1772 from 3-phase sources

Sat Oct 28, 2017 4:15 pm

wmcbrine wrote:
jjeff wrote:Where I'd charge has a nice 60a 480v unused circuit but for 208v power(what my EVSE uses) it only has a 20a circuit, so I'm basically restricted to ~19a for short term use :(

You're not going to get much more than that into a Leaf, anyway, except via CHAdeMO.


The 6.6/6.0 kw charger can use 27.5 amps, maybe a touch more.
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Re: Accelerated EVSE AC charger J1772 from 3-phase sources

Sun Oct 29, 2017 6:51 am

Yes I figure about 10% more per hour and I'm generally only at that somewhat distant location(60 miles RT) for an hour or so, so every extra % gained is a real plus, especially in the cold winter when 60 miles or less is a common range for my '13 Leaf with the 6.6kw charger.
Agree for longer charging times the 10% or so gained wouldn't be a big deal :)
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