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GB/T 18487.1-2001 (GBT 18487.1-2001)

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BASIC DATA
Standard ID GB/T 18487.1-2001 (GB/T18487.1-2001)
Description (Translated English) Electric vehicle conductive charging system - Part 1: General requirements
Sector / Industry National Standard (Recommended)
Classification of Chinese Standard T36
Classification of International Standard 29.060.10
Word Count Estimation 20,225
Date of Issue 2001-11-02
Date of Implementation 2002-05-01
Quoted Standard GB 156-1993; GB 4208-1993; GB 4943-1995; GB 5013.1-1997; GB 5013.2-1997; GB 5013.3-1997; GB 5013.4-1997; GB/T 11918-1989; GB 14821.1-1993; GB 17627.1- 1998
Adopted Standard IEC 61851-1-2001, MOD; SAE J1772, NEQ; JEVS G101 ~ G105, NEQ
Drafting Organization Tsinghua University
Administrative Organization National Automotive Standardization Technical Committee
Proposing organization National Machinery Industry Bureau
Issuing agency(ies) General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the People Republic of China
Summary This standard applies to maximum nominal voltage AC 660V, DC 1000v maximum nominal voltage of the electric vehicle charging equipment. This standard applies to the charging equipment for electric road vehicles.


GB/T 18487.1-2001: PDF in English (GBT 18487.1-2001)
GB/T 18487.1-2001
GB
ICS 29.060.10
T 36
eqv IEC 61851-1.2001
Electric Vehicle Conductive Charging System –
Part 1. General Requirements
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 ... 6 
2 Normative References ... 6 
3 Definitions ... 7 
4 General Rules ... 11 
5 Requirements for the Supply Voltage and Current ... 11 
6 Charging Mode Functional Requirements ... 11 
7 Requirements for Connection and Interface of EV ... 14 
8 Specific Inlet, Connector, Plug and Socket-outlet Requirements ... 18 
9 Protection Against Electric Shock ... 23 
Appendix A (Normative) Charging Cable Assembly Requirements ... 26 
Appendix B (Informative) Control Pilot Circuit ... 27 
Electric Vehicle Conductive Charging System –
Part 1. General Requirements
1 Scope
This Standard is applicable to equipment for charging electric vehicles at standard a.c.
supply voltages (as per GB 156-1993) up to 690 V and at d.c. voltages up to 1 000 V.
This Standard is applicable to equipment for charging electric road vehicles.
This Standard is not applicable to the charging equipment used for household or
similar battery charging system of motor starting, lighting and flame igniter or similar
purpose. This Standard is not applicable to the charging equipment used for the
battery charging system of wheel chairs, indoor electric vehicles, railroad cars, trolley
buses, rail vehicles, industrial trucks (for example. fork lift truck) and vehicles
designed primarily for use off-road. Class II vehicles are not excluded in this Standard.
This Standard specifies basic structure requirements of charging equipment, that is to
say, the aspects covered include characteristics and operating conditions of the
supply device and the connection to the vehicle; technical requirements of charging
equipment and the characteristics to be complied with by the vehicle with these
requirements; requirements on the voltage and current of power supply; functional
requirements for charging mode; requirements for connection and interface of electric
vehicles; and requirements for specific inlet, connector, plug and socket-outlets and
charging cables. This Standard specifies safety requirements for electric shock
protection. This Standard does not cover all safety aspects related to maintenance.
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 4208-1993 Degrees of Protection Provided by Enclosure (IP Code) (eqv IEC
60529. 1989)
GB 4943-1995 Safety of Information Technology Equipment Including Electrical
business equipment (idt IEC 60950.1991)
GB 5013.1-1997 Rubber Insulated Cables of Rated Voltages up to and Including
450/750V - Part 1. General Requirements (idt IEC 60245-1.1994)
GB 5013.2-1997 Rubber Insulated Cables of Rated Voltages up to and Including
450/750V - Part 2. Test Methods (idt IEC 60245-2.1994)
GB 5013.3-1997 Rubber Insulated Cables of Rated Voltages up to and Including
450/750V - Part 3. Heat Resistant Silicone Insulated Cables (idt IEC
60245.3.1994)
GB 5013.4-1997 Rubber Insulated Cables of Rated Voltages up to and Including
450/750V - Part 4. Cords and Flexible Cables (idt IEC 60245-4.1994)
GB/T 11918-1989 Plugs Socket-outlets and Couplers for Industrial Purpose -
General Requirement (eqv IEC 60309-1.1983)
GB 14821.1-1993 Electrical Installations of Buildings - Protection Against Electric
Shock (eqv IEC 60364-4-41.1992)
GB 17627.1-1998 High-voltage Test Techniques for Low-voltage Equipment -
Part 1. Definitions, Test and Procedure Requirements
3 Definitions
This Standard adopts the following definitions.
3.1 Electric vehicle (EV)
Any vehicle propelled by an electric motor drawing current from a rechargeable
storage battery or from other portable energy storage devices, which is manufactured
primarily for use on public streets, roads or highways.
3.1.1 Class I EV
An EV of which the protection against electric shocks, when connected to an a.c.
supply network, does not rely only on the functional insulation, but includes
supplementary safety measures. This shall consist of connecting all exposed
conductive parts to the EV earth terminal.
3.1.2 Class II EV
An EV of which the protection against electric shock does not rely on basic insulation
only; but has additional safety measures such as double insulation. However, it does
not provide protective earthing; or it can be said that the existence of these measures
relies on the specific installation conditions of power station facilities.
3.2 Earth terminal
3.17 Power indicator
Resistor value identifying supply rating recognition by the vehicle.
4 General Rules
The EV shall be connected to the EVSE so that in normal conditions of use the
conductive energy transfer function operates safely. Even if there is some negligence
in normal use, there will be no danger to the person and ambient environment
(especially operating personnel of charging).
In general, this principle is achieved by fulfilling the relevant requirements specified in
this Standard, and compliance is checked by carrying out all relevant tests.
5 Requirements for the Supply Voltage and Current
5.1 Requirements for the supply voltage
The rated value of the vehicle a.c. supply voltage is up to 660 V (see GB 156). The
equipment shall operate correctly within ±10 % of the standard nominal voltage. The
rated value of the frequency is 50 Hz ± 1 %.
5.2 Nominal value of outlet or connector of plug and socket
5.2.1 A.C. nominal voltage is single-phase 250 V, three-phase 415V.
5.2.2 A.C. nominal current is 16 A, 32 A, 60 A, 100, 150 A and 250 A.
6 Charging Mode Functional Requirements
6.1 Four charging modes
6.1.1 Charging mode 1. Connect the EV to the a.c. supply network utilizing
standardized socket-outlets, rated up to 16 A, at the supply side, single-phase or
three-phase. And utilize the phase(s), neutral and protective earth conductors. The
use of charging mode 1 depends on the presence of a residual current device (RCD)
on the supply side. If the presence of an RCD on the supply side is prohibited by
national regulations, charging mode 1 is not permissible.
Note. A standardized socket-outlet is one which meets the requirements of any IEC and/or
national standard.
6.1.2 Charging mode 2. Connect the EV to the a.c. supply network utilizing
standardized socket-outlets, single-phase or three-phase. And utilize the phase(s),
neutral, and protective earth conductors. There is a control pilot conductor between
current. Equipment earth continuity between the EVSE and the vehicle shall be
continuously verified by measuring the current flow on the pilot line.
6.2.1.3 Energization of the system
If the control pilot circuit is established correctly, it shall allow energization of the
system. Energization may also be subject to other conditions being fulfilled.
6.2.1.4 De-energization of the system
If the control pilot circuit is interrupted, the power supply to the cable assembly shall
be interrupted but the control circuit may remain energized.
6.2.1.5 Selection of charging rate
A manual or automatic means shall be provided to ensure that the charging rate shall
not exceed the rated capacity of the a.c. supply network.
6.2.2 Optional functions
6.2.2.1 Determination of ventilation requirements during charging
If additional ventilation is required during charging, charging shall only be allowed if
such ventilation is provided.
6.2.2.2 Detection/adjustment of the real time available load current of the supply
equipment
Means shall be provided to ensure that the charging rate shall not exceed the real
time available load current of the supply equipment.
6.2.2.3 Retaining/releasing of the coupler
A mechanical means shall be provided to retain/release the coupler.
6.2.3 Control pilot circuit
For modes 2, 3 and 4, a control pilot circuit is mandatory. This circuit consists of the
control pilot conductor, the protective earth conductor, EVSE control electronics, and
further electronics on board the EV.
The control pilot circuit shall be capable of performing at least the mandatory
functions described above in 6.2.1.1 to 6.2.1.5. It may also be capable of performing ...
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