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How does EVSE work?

The EVSE system works by delivering electricity from the charging station to the electric vehicle’s battery.

The charging process typically begins when the electric vehicle owner plugs the charging cable into the vehicle’s charging port and the charging station’s connector into the EVSE port. The charging station then communicates with the electric vehicle to determine the battery’s state of charge and the amount of power required to charge it.

It also acts as electrical safety equipment, using several layers of redundant safety features and stopping the power transfer immediately when an electrical fault occurs. Once this communication is complete, it delivers electricity to the EV’s battery through the charging cable and connector.

The EV’s onboard charger then converts the AC electricity from the charging station into DC electricity that can be stored in the vehicle’s battery. The charging process typically takes several hours, depending on how much capacity your electric car has (or how many batteries it has), how much power your charging station outputs, and how fast you want to charge.


Post time: 2023-04-19