Megger EVCA210-UK Electric Vehicle Charge Point Adaptor


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Megger EVCA210-UK Electric Vehicle Charge Point Adaptor

The Megger EVCA210-UK Electric Vehicle Charge Point Adaptor is an easy-to-use instrument, offering an electrical contractor an extensive suite of tools designed for thoroughly testing Mode 3 AC Electric Vehicle charge points. Despite its compact size, when paired with the correct connectors the adaptor is capable of checking both the safety & function of all single or three phase EV charge points. This instrument boasts an input voltage of up to 250V in a single phase system, up to 430V in a three phase system and input frequency of 50/60Hz.

Built to simulate the connection of an electrical vehicle to an under test charging point, the Megger EVCA210-UK adaptor is an EVSE tester which can determine if dangerous voltages are present on the PE. The intuitive user interface includes push buttons and a tactile rotary dial for streamlined testing. Alongside the PE pre-test button feature, a CP Error "E" simulation imitates an error on the control pilot circuit whilst a PE Error simulation (Earth Fault) feigns a disconnect of the PE circuit. The rotary switch alternates between providing Proximity Pilot (PP) State simulation and Control Pilot (CP) state simulation. Both tests ensure correct disconnection of the output of the charge point under examination.

Measurements on live conductors can be performed by the EVCA210-UK Electric Vehicle Charge Point Adaptor by utilising either the front mounted mains socket or the 4mm connection ports (L1, L2, L3, N and PE). In addition the tester comes complete with two additional CP signal terminals with which an engineer can measure the CP signal using an oscilloscope. For advanced compatibility, this EVSE tester is supplied with:

  • Type 2 Plug for fixed cables with vehicle connectors or charging points featuring panel mounted socket outlets
  • Type 1 Plug for charging points with fixed cable and vehicle connector.

The lightweight and IP54 rated Megger EVCA210-UK Adaptor is sold with a bespoke soft carry case alongside 2 connection cables as standard. Rated CAT II 300V, the device conducts test in accordance with IEC/EN 61851-1 and IEC/HD 60364-7-722 regulations. It is compliant with Low Voltage Directive LVD 2014/35 and in line with EC/EN 61010-1:2010 and IEC/EN 61010-2-030:2010 safety standards.

Key Features

  • Testing adaptor for Mode 3 Electric Vehicle charge points (AC)
  • EVSE tester capable of testing single and three phase EV charging points
  • Single phase system - Input voltage up to 250V
  • Three phase system - Input voltage up to 430V
  • Input frequency of 50/60Hz
  • Simulates the connection an Electric Vehicle to charging point
  • PE pre-test function
  • Button for CP Error “E” & PE Error (Earth Fault) simulation
  • Rotary dial provides PP State or CP state simulation
  • Suitable for an array of appliances with Type 2 & Type 1 charging plugs included
  • 4mm front mounted connection ports (L1, L2, L3, N and PE)
  • Two 4mm ports for connection to an oscilloscope
  • Lightweight & compact design
  • IP54 and CAT II 300V rated
  • In accordance with regulations - IEC/EN 61851-1 and IEC/HD 60364-7-722
  • In line with directive - LVD 2014/35
  • Compliant with safety standards - EC/EN 61010-1:2010 and IEC/EN 61010-2-030:2010

Megger part number: EVCA210-UK

What's In The Box?
  • Megger EVCA210-UK Electric Vehicle Charge Point Adaptor
  • Type 1 Charging Plug
  • Type 2 Charging Plug
  • 2x Connection Cables
  • EVCA210 Carry Case
  • Instruction Manual

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