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Standard ID QC/T 1088-2017 (QC/T1088-2017)
Description (Translated English) Specifications of charge-discharge motor controller for electric vehicles
Sector / Industry Automobile & Vehicle Industry Standard (Recommended)
Classification of Chinese Standard T35
Word Count Estimation 20,245
Date of Issue 2017-04-12
Date of Implementation 2017-10-01
Regulation (derived from) Ministry of Industry and Information Technology Bulletin 2017 No.14
Summary This standard specifies the terms and definitions, classification, technical requirements, inspection and test methods, and marking, packaging, transportation and storage requirements for charge and discharge motor controllers for electric vehicles.

QC/T 1088-2017
QC
AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY STANDARD
OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 43.040
T 35
Specifications of charge-discharge motor
controller for electric vehicles
ISSUED ON. APRIL 12, 2017
IMPLEMENTED ON. OCTOBER 01, 2017
Issued by. Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the
People's Republic of China
Table of Contents
Announcement ... 3 
Foreword ... 6 
1 Scope ... 7 
2 Normative references ... 7 
3 Terms and definitions ... 8 
4 Requirements ... 9 
5 Test methods ... 12 
6 Inspection rules ... 15 
7 Signs ... 18 
8 Marks, packaging, transport and storage ... 18 
Annex A (normative) Control guiding circuit and control principle of controller’s
charging and discharging ... 21 
Annex.
References, names and dates of implementation of 42 automotive
industry standards
No. Standard reference Standard name
Standard
reference being
substituted
Date of
implementation
301 QC/T 727-2017
Instrument for
automobile and
motorcycle
QC/T 727-2007 2017-10-01
302 QC/T 803-2017 Oxygen sensor for automobile
QC/T 803.1-
2008 2017-10-01
303 QC/T 1072-2017 Automotive gear position sensor 2017-10-01
304 QC/T 1073.1-2017
Automotive
acceleration sensors
- Part 1. Line
acceleration sensors
2017-10-01
305 QC/T 1074-2017
Technical
Specification for
Automobile Parts
Remanufacturing
Products Cylinder
Head
2017-10-01
306 QC/T 1075-2017
Technical conditions
for metal honeycomb
carriers for exhaust
gas catalytic
converters
2017-10-01
307 QC/T 777-2017
Technical conditions
for electromagnetic
fan clutch of
automobile
QC/T 777-2007 2017-10-01
308 QC/T 1076-2017
Continuously variable
transmission (CVT)
performance
requirements and test
methods
2017-10-01
309 QC/T 1077-2017
Terminology and
definition of automatic
transmission control
for automobiles
2017-10-01
310 QC/T 1078-2017 Advertising vehicle 2017-10-01
311 QC/T 1079-2017 Attract the pressure truck 2017-10-01
Specifications of charge-discharge motor
controller for electric vehicles
1 Scope
This Standard specifies the requirements for terms and definitions,
classification, technical requirements, inspection and test methods as well as
marks, packaging, transport and storage of charge-discharge motor controller
for electric vehicles.
This Standard is applicable to the charge-discharge motor controller for electric
vehicles that can be externally charged (hereinafter referred to as the controller).
2 Normative references
The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of
this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated
references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any
amendments) applies.
GB/T 191, Packaging and storage marks
GB/T 2900.33, Electrotechnical terminology - Power electronics
GB/Z 17625.6-2003, Electromagnetic compatibility - Limits - Limitation of
emission of harmonic currents in low-voltage power supply systems for
equipment with rated current greater than 16A
GB/T 18384.3-2015, Electrically propelled road vehicles - Safety
specifications - Part 3. Protection of persons against electric shock
GB/T 18487.1-2015, Electric vehicle conductive charging system - Part 1.
General requirements
GB/T 18487.2-2001, Electric vehicle conductive charging system - Electric
vehicles requirements for conductive connection to an A.C/D.C. supply
GB/T 18488.1-2015, Drive motor system for electric vehicles Part 1.
Specification
GB/T 18488.2-2015, Drive motor system for electric vehicles - Part 2. Test
methods
a mode of controller drive motor
3.8 islanding
a status that when the grid loses pressure, the controller still keeps supplying
power to a certain part of the line in the loss-of-voltage network
4 Requirements
4.1 General requirements
4.1.1 The controller shall have the communication and fault diagnosis functions
required by the vehicle.
4.1.2 The technical requirements of the controller in drive motor mode can be
found in GB/T 18488.1-2015.
4.1.3 The technical requirements of the controller in G2V mode can be found in
QC/T 895-2011.
4.2 Electrical performance
4.2.1 Operating voltage
4.2.1.1 When the voltage of the vehicle power battery is within the specified
range, the output current harmonic of the controller in V2G mode shall meet the
requirements of GB/Z 17625.6-2003. The DC current component shall not
exceed 1% of its AC rating.
4.2.1.2 When the vehicle power battery voltage is within the specified range,
the controller shall be able to output a phase voltage of 220V in V2L mode with
a relative error of ±10%.
4.2.1.3 When the vehicle power battery voltage is within the specified range,
the controller shall be able to output a phase voltage of 220V in V2V mode with
a relative error of ±15%.
4.2.2 Frequency range
4.2.2.1 In V2G mode, the frequency change of the grid-connected voltage is in
the range of 50Hz ± 1Hz.
4.2.2.2 In V2L mode, the controller can output voltage frequency in the range
of 50Hz ±1Hz.
4.2.2.3 In V2V mode, the controller can output voltage frequency in the range
of 50Hz ±1Hz.
less than 1min under 110% rated load; the continuous and reliable operation at
125% rated load current is not less than 10s.
4.2.9 Charging and discharging
Under the specified product technical conditions, the controller shall have the
following functions.
a) be able to refer to Annex A.1 process to achieve power supply to the
external load;
b) be able to refer to Annex A.2 process to achieve vehicle charging function;
c) be able to refer to Annex A.3 process to feedback the power of the vehicle
energy storage device to the grid.
4.2.10 Protective function
4.2.10.1 Overcurrent protection
The controller shall be overcurrent protected when the specified current is
exceeded.
4.2.10.2 Overvoltage protection
When the grid voltage exceeds the requirements of 4.2.1, the controller shall
turn off the output and give an alarm.
4.2.10.3 Under-voltage protection
When the grid voltage is lower than the value specified in 4.2.1, the controller
shall turn off the output and give an alarm.
4.2.10.4 Short circuit protection
When the controller is short-circuited before starting, it shall not start after
power-on. In the process of working, when the output is short circuit, the output
shall be turned off and an alarm prompt is given.
4.2.10.5 Over temperature protection
If the controller temperature exceeds the temperature protection point setting
value, it shall automatically enter the over temperature protection state and
reduce the power operation or stop. After the controller temperature returns to
normal, it shall be restored.
4.2.10.6 Reverse protection
In the charging or discharging mode, when the DC terminal of the controller is
5.1.1 Environmental conditions
The test environmental conditions are required to be.
a) Temperature. 23°C ± 5°C;
b) Relative humidity. 45%~75%;
c) Air pressure. 86kPa~106kPa.
5.1.2 Measuring apparatus and instrument
5.1.2.1 Range
All measuring instrument ranges shall be able to effectively cover the range to
be measured. All measuring instrument ranges shall be changed with the
measured resistance, voltage or current. The pointer or meter reading shall be
within the measuring range.
5.1.2.2 Accuracy
The accuracy requirements of measuring instruments and meters shall meet
the following requirements.
a) universal gauge for measuring dimensions. division value is not greater
than 1mm;
b) Vernier caliper. measurement accuracy is not less than 0.01mm;
c) thermometer. with appropriate range, the division value is not more than
1°C; the calibration accuracy is not lower than 0.5°C;
d) resistance meter. the accuracy of the meter for measuring resistance shall
be no less than level 0.5;
e) ammeter. the accuracy of the meter for measuring current shall not be
less than level 0.5;
f) voltmeter. the accuracy of the meter for measuring voltage shall be no less
than level 0.5, and the internal resistance shall be no less than 10MΩ.
5.2 Electrical performance
5.2.1 Operating voltage
Make the controller work in the drive motor mode and the charging or
discharging mode, adjust each input voltage. The controller shall be operated
for 1min under the conditions of 4.2.1 respectively.
instructions.
8.1.1.2 Each accessory product shall have the following permanent signs.
manufacturer's logo and production lot of product.
8.1.2 Packaging mark
The basic content of packaging mark shall include.
a) product logo content related to delivery. product name and trademark,
product model, specification;
b) manufacturer name, full address, zip code and phone number;
c) date of production (number) or production lot;
d) reference to standard that product implements;
e) packaging, storage and transport pictorial marks shall comply with the
provisions of GB/T 191;
f) text of transport work.
- volume of the package (length × width × height);
- number of products in each box;
- total mass of each box of products.
g) marks of moisture proof, fire prevention, no inversion, careful handling.
8.2 Packaging
8.2.1 Product packaging considerations.
a) moisture proof, anti-vibration and dustproof requirements;
b) relative requirements suitable to transport and loading-unloading;
c) there shall be temporary rust protection measures for the joint parts of the
ferrous metal parts without pre-packaging of the products before
packaging;
d) each product is packaged with moisture-proof materials and then placed
in the packaging box. Spare parts shall be loaded. The packaging shall be
firm to ensure that there is no damage during normal transport.
8.2.2 The packing box shall be firm. The product shall not be shaken in the box,
and it shall not be damaged by machinery during transport, loading and
Status C 680 Ω/0.5 W a - Closed The vehicle interface’ is fully connected and discharging for V2V with a cable capacity of 16A.
Status C’ 680 Ω/0.5 W a 2.7 kΩ/0.5 W b Disconnected The vehicle interface is in a semi-connected state.
Status D 220 Ω/0.5 W a - Closed The vehicle interface’ is fully connected and discharging for V2V with a cable capacity of 32A.
Status D’ 220 Ω/0.5 W a 3.3 kΩ/0.5 W b Disconnected The vehicle interface is in a semi-connected state.
Status E 100 Ω/0.5 W a - Closed The vehicle interface’ is fully connected and discharging for V2V with a cable capacity of 63A.
Status E’ 100 Ω/0.5 W a 3.3 kΩ/0.5 W b Disconnected The vehicle interface is in a semi-connected state.
NOTE. a, b The accuracy of the resistors RC’ and R4’ is ±3%.
A.2.2.2 Confirm if the discharging connection device has been fully
connected.
The power supply control unit of the discharging vehicle places the CP at +12V
or outputs a 100% PWM duty cycle. Simulate the power supply mode in GB/T
18487.
If the discharging vehicle is fault free and the power supply interface is fully
connected, switch from the +12V state to the PWM connection state. Power
supply control device sends out PWM signal. The power supply control device
determines whether the discharge connection device is fully connected by
measuring the voltage value of the detection point 1 or the detection point 4.
A.2.2.3 Power supply equipment is ready.
The power supply control device determines whether the charging vehicle is
ready by measuring the voltage value of the detection point 1. When the peak
voltage of the detection point 1 is the voltage value corresponding to the state
3 in Figure A.3, the discharge vehicle starts to discharge.
A.2.2.4 Terminate discharging process.
In addition to the passive termination of the discharge process caused by the
failure of the vehicle or the connection device, the discharging vehicle shall
have the setting or operation measures for artificially terminating the discharge
process.
The state transition of the V2V control guiding circuit is shown in Figure A.3.