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GB/T 18487.2-2001 (GB/T18487.2-2001)

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GB/T 18487.2-2001
GB
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 29.060.10
T 36
Electric Vehicle Conductive Charging System -
Electric Vehicles Requirements for Conductive
Connection to an A.C/D.C. Supply
ISSUED ON. NOVEMBER 2, 2001
IMPLEMENTED ON. MAY 1, 2002
Issued by. General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection
and Quarantine of the People's Republic of China
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3 
IEC Foreword ... 4 
1 Scope ... 5 
2 Normative References ... 5 
3 Definitions ... 6 
4 General Rules ... 7 
5 Standard Conditions for Operation in Service ... 7 
6 General Requirements on Tests ... 7 
7 Electrical Safety ... 7 
8 Electrical Characteristics of the Vehicle ... 8 
9 Electromagnetic Compatibility ... 10 
10 Functional Requirements ... 15 
11 Electric Vehicle Inlet or Plug (Case A) Requirements ... 15 
12 Marking and Instructions ... 15 
Appendix A ... 16 
Foreword
This Standard is identical to International Standard IEC/CDV 61851-2-1.1999 "Electric
Vehicle Conductive Charging System – Electric Vehicles Requirements for
Conductive Connection to an A.C/D.C. Supply".
Appendix A of this Standard is informative.
This Standard was proposed by State Bureau of Machine Building Industry.
This Standard shall be under the jurisdiction of National Technical Committee 114 on
Road Vehicles of Standardization Administration of China (SAC/TC114).
Drafting organization of this Standard. Tsinghua University.
Participating drafting organizations of this Standard. Northern Jiaotong University,
Beijing Boxi Power Conversion Equipment Co. Ltd. of Beijing C & W Electronics
(Group) Co. Ltd., Baoding Jin Fengfan Storage Battery Co. Ltd., and the No.18
Electronic Research Institute of the Ministry of Information Industry of China.
Chief drafting staffs of this Standard. Sun Xiaomin, Qi Guogang, Liu Zhongren, Zhou
Xide, Wang Changqing, Xu Changhong, and Qu Xiaohong.
IEC Foreword
International Standard IEC 61851-21 has been prepared by IEC Technical Committee
69. Electric Road Vehicles and Electric Industrial Trucks (TC69).
This Standard is Part 21 0f IEC 61851 series.
This Standard is published in separate parts under the general title Electric Vehicle
Conductive Charging System and includes.
Part 1. General Requirements of Electric Vehicle Conductive Charging System
Part 2. Requirements on the Structure, Electric and Performance of Equipment
Used for Electric Vehicle Conductive Charging.
Part 2 is subdivided into the following subsections and issued as
independent International Standards.
— Part 2-1. Electric Vehicle Requirements for Conductive Connection to an
A.C./D.C. Supply.
— Part 2-2. AC Electric Vehicle Charging Station.
— Part 2-3. DC Electric Vehicle Charging Station.
Part 3. Communication Protocols between Electric Vehicle Charging Station and
Electric Vehicle.
Electric Vehicle Conductive Charging System –
Electric Vehicles Requirements for Conductive
Connection to an A.C/D.C. Supply
1 Scope
This Standard together with GB/T 18487.1 gives the electric vehicle requirements for
conductive connection to an a.c. or d.c. supply. When the electric vehicle is connected
to the supply network, for a.c. voltages according to GB 156-1993 up to 690 V and for
d.c. voltages up to 1 000 V.
This Standard does not cover class II vehicles.
This Standard does not cover all safety aspects related to maintenance.
This Standard is not applicable to trolley buses, rail vehicles, industrial trucks and
vehicles designed primarily to be used off-road.
2 Normative References
The following normative documents contain provisions which, through reference in
this text, constitute provisions of this Standard. At the time of publication, all editions
indicated are valid. As all the standards will be revised, each party using this Standard
shall discuss the feasibility of using the latest edition of the following standards.
GB 156-1993 Standard Voltages
GB 4343-1995 Limits and Methods of Measurement of Radio Disturbance
Characteristics of Electrical Motor-operated and Thermal Appliances for
Household and Similar Purposes, Electric Tools and Similar Electric Apparatus
(eqv CISPR 14.1993)
GB/T 6113.1-1995 Specifications for Radio Disturbance and Immunity Measuring
Apparatus (eqv CISPR 16-1.1993)
GB/T 6113.2-1998 Methods of Measurement of Radio Disturbance and Immunity
(eqv CISPR 16-2.1996)
GB 16895.3-1997 Electrical installations of buildings – Part 5. Selection and
erection of electrical equipment – Chapter 54. Earthing arrangements and
protective conductors (idt IEC 60364-5-54.1980)
4 General Rules
The electric vehicle shall be connected to the EV supply equipment so that in normal
conditions of use the conductive energy transfer function operates safely indoor or
outdoor, and no danger to the person and ambient environment.
In general, this is achieved by fulfilling the relevant requirements specified in this
Standard, and compliance is checked by carrying out all relevant tests.
5 Standard Conditions for Operation in Service
The rated value of the vehicle a.c. supply voltage is up to 690 V (see GB 156). The
vehicle systems shall operate correctly within ± 10 % of the standard nominal voltage.
The rated value of the frequency is 50 Hz ± 1 Hz.
The rated value of the d.c. supply is up to 1 000 V.
The ambient temperature range during charging may be between -30°C ~ +50°C.
Note. Other operating temperature range is applicable, and the value under consideration shall
in accordance with ISO Standard.
6 General Requirements on Tests
6.1 All tests in this Standard are type tests. No routine tests are specified.
6.2 Unless otherwise specified, type tests shall be carried out on a single specimen
as delivered and connected in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
6.3 Unless otherwise specified, all other tests shall be carried out in the order of the
clauses and subclauses in this Standard.
6.4 The tests shall be carried out with the specimen, or any movable part of it,
placed in the most unfavourable position which may occur in normal use.
6.5 Unless otherwise specified, the tests shall be carried out in a draught-free
location and at an ambient temperature of 20°C ± 5°C.
6.6 The characteristics of the test voltages shall comply with GB/T 17627.1.
7 Electrical Safety
7.1 General
General provisions for electrical safety are dealt with in GB/T 18487.1. In addition, the
with the rules of GB 16895.5 and IEC 60364-4-443 respectively.
Protection devices against overcurrents or short circuits in the EV shall be
coordinated with those of the network.
8.4 Creepage distances and clearances
When applicable, creepage distances and clearances shall be in accordance with
GB/T 16935.1.
9 Electromagnetic Compatibility
All tests shall be carried out using the connection cable specified in GB/T 18487.1.
9.1 Immunity
9.1.1 General
The performance criterion and tests shall in accordance with IEC 61000.
The electric vehicle shall not become dangerous or unsafe as a result of the
application of the tests defined in this Standard.
Note. Lack of immunity may have consequences on other electric vehicle equipment.
A functional description and a definition of performance criteria during, or as a
consequence of, the EMC testing shall be provided by the manufacturer and noted in
the test report based on the following criteria.
Performance criterion A. The apparatus shall continue to operate as intended. No
degradation of performance or loss of function is allowed below a performance level
specified by the manufacturer when the apparatus is used as intended. In some cases,
the performance level may be replaced by a permissible loss of performance. If the
minimum performance level or the permissible performance loss is not specified by
the manufacturer, then either of these may be derived from the product description
and documentation (including leaflets and advertising) and what the user may
reasonably expect from the apparatus if used as intended.
Performance criterion B. The apparatus shall continue to operate as intended after
the test. No degradation of performance or loss of function is allowed below a
performance level specified by the manufacturer when the apparatus is used as
intended. In some cases the performance level may be replaced by a permissible loss
of performance. During the test, degradation of performance, is, however, allowed. No
change of actual operating state or stored data is allowed. If the minimum
performance level or the permissible performance loss is not specified by the
manufacturer, then either of thes...
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