Testing of electric vehicle and EV supply equipment charging interfaces is vital to ensure both the vehicle and charging equipment can operate safely and seamlessly according to industry standards.
Lesson 1 - EV and EVSE Charging Testing
Understand why it’s important to test electric vehicle (EV) and charging equipment interfaces, and learn about evolving EV charging standards and technology trends.
Lesson 2 - Why is it Important to Test Charging Interfaces?
Introduce the importance of testing EV and EVSE charging interfaces to ensure that they are interoperable and safe. The video also discusses the different types of tests that can be performed on EV and EVSE charging interfaces.
Lesson 3 - EV Charging Standards and Standardization Bodies
Provides an overview of the global EV charging standards, the standardization bodies which provide directions, and the major technology trends around EV and EV testing. The video discusses the different types of EV charging standards, such as IEC 61851, SAE J1772, and CCS. The video also discusses the different standardization bodies involved in EV charging, such as IEC, SAE, and CharIN.
Lesson 4 - Keysight Charging Test Solutions
Learn Keysight's charging test solutions, which can be used to test EV and EVSE charging interfaces. The video also discusses the different features and capabilities of Keysight's charging test solutions.
Lesson 5 - CCS Standardization Landscape and CharIN Step Model
Explore the CCS standardization landscape and the CharIN step model. The video also discusses the different types of CCS charging interfaces and how they are used.
Lesson 6 - Charging Communication and Testing Standards Overview
An overview of the charging communication and testing standards. The video also discusses the different types of charging communication protocols and how they are used.
Lesson 7 - Testing of CCS Charging Communication
Discusses how to test the communication between an electric vehicle (EV) and an EV supply equipment (EVSE) using the Combined Charging System (CCS) standard. The video covers the basics of CCS communication, as well as how to use Keysight's Virtualizer software to create and configure test topologies. The video also shows how to use Virtualizer to run tests and collect results.
E-Mobility: Navigate Safety, Interoperability, and Conformance
As governments and industry unite in a bid to achieve a net-zero world, manufacturers of electric vehicles (EVs) and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) are moving to meet rapidly increasing demand for electrified transportation across all major economies.
Verification of Interoperability of all EV and EVSE Charging Interfaces
Although differences are found among countries and regions, global diffusion of electric vehicles (EVs) is still in its development process. While China and some European countries have established EV policies and the penetration rate of EVs is expected to rapidly increase, common requests for improvement in EVs necessary for the penetration include: • Acceleration of charging speed. • Extension of travel distance per charge. • Increase in the number of charging stations.