International Standards and Conformity Assessment for all electrical, electronic and related technologies

TC 69

Electrical power/energy transfer systems for electrically propelled road vehicles and industrial trucks

 

Detail

Committee
Working Groups
Project Leader

Current

Status

Frcst Pub

Date

Stability

Date

TC 69PT 61851-25Mr Hiroyuki TAKAHASHICFDIS2021-012021

History

Stage
Document
Downloads
Decision Date
Target Date
PNW
69/467/NP PDF file 213 kB
2016-10-28 
PRVN
2017-01-202017-01
ACD
69/496/RVN Word file 152 kB
PDF file 327 kB
2017-02-102018-06
CD
69/537/CD
PDF file 1995 kB
2017-10-272018-06
PCC
2018-01-192018-01
CDM
69/584/CC PDF file 788 kB
Word file 730 kB
2018-03-092018-04
ACDV
69/584A/CC PDF file 1765 kB
Word file 1208 kB
2018-05-182018-05
TCDV
2018-05-252018-05
CCDV
69/609/CDV PDF file 1975 kB

PDF file 1502 kB
2018-07-132018-07
PRVC
2018-10-052018-10
AFDIS
69/638/RVC PDF file 3607 kB
Word file 211 kB
2019-01-042019-07
AFDIS
69/638A/RVC PDF file 1640 kB
Word file 505 kB
2019-01-042019-07
DECFDIS
2020-07-272020-07
RFDIS
2020-07-292020-08
CFDIS
69/735/FDIS PDF file 1721 kB
2020-10-022020-10
PRVD
 2020-11

Abstract

IEC 61851-25:2021 applies to the DC EV supply equipment for charging electric road vehicles with a rated supply voltage of up to 480 V AC or up to 600 V DC, with rated output voltage not exceeding 120 V DC and output currents not exceeding 100 A DC.
This document provides the requirements for the DC EV supply equipment where the secondary circuit is protected from the primary circuit by electrical separation.
Requirements for bi-directional power flow are not covered in this document.
This document also provides the requirements for the control and the communication between DC EV supply equipment and an EV.
This document also applies to DC EV supply equipment supplied from on-site storage systems.
The aspects covered in this document include:
• characteristics and operating conditions of the DC EV supply equipment;
• specification of the connection between the DC EV supply equipment and the EV;
• requirements for electrical safety for the DC EV supply equipment.
Additional requirements can apply to equipment designed for specific environments or conditions, for example:
• DC EV supply equipment located in hazardous areas where flammable gas or vapour and/or combustible materials, fuels or other combustible, or explosive materials are present;
• DC EV supply equipment designed to be installed at an altitude of more than 2 000 m;
• DC EV supply equipment intended to be used on-board ships.
Requirements for electrical devices and components used in DC EV supply equipment are not included in this document and are covered by their specific product standards.
This document does not apply to:
• safety aspects related to maintenance;
• charging of trolley buses, rail vehicles, industrial trucks and vehicles designed primarily for use off-road;
• equipment on the EV;
• EMC requirements for equipment on the EV while connected, which are covered in IEC 61851-21-1;
• charging the RESS off-board the EV.

Project

IEC 61851-25 ED1

Electric vehicle conductive charging system - Part 25: DC EV supply equipment where protection relies on electrical separation