Access Period: 30 days
Duration: 3.5 Hours
SAE J1772 - Electric Vehicle and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Conductive Charge Coupler is the first standard in the world reached by industry consensus that provides critical guidelines for safety, charging control and connectors used to charge plug in vehicles. Paving the way for an EV future, the standard accommodates the latest generation of vehicles that need to be plugged in for charging their high-energy batteries.
This course will uncover the details behind the SAE J1772 conductive charging interface. It will discuss overall plug-in vehicle charge strategy, electrical safety strategy, electrical and physical interface requirements and control strategy. Included in the course is background related to the National Electrical Code, third party listing requirements and necessary EMC and regulatory compliance. Upon completion of the webinar, the student will have enhanced knowledge of the properties of the Control Pilot and Proximity circuits and the necessary vehicle and Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) control responses necessary for SAE J1772 compliance.
Familiarity with SAE J1772 is strongly recommended. The document is available for purchase by those who may not already have access.
Is this Webinar Recording for You?
Vehicle OEMs, Vehicle Tier 1 suppliers, EVSE/charge coupler equipment suppliers, Code inspectors, Code developers, Third party testing labs, Students, Electric Utilities, National Labs. This webinar will be best suited for individuals with a moderate understanding of plug-in vehicle charging.
This webinar will provide details to help assure vehicles and EVSEs are compliant to the intent of SAE J1772TM..4 CEUs
"Excellent course, provided basic insight to the standards for EV charging and references to other applicable requirements and standards."
Seneca Group LLC
By participating in this webinar recording, you will be able to:
- Cite terminology used for plug-in vehicle charging
- Comprehend and apply codes, standards and regulations for plug-in vehicle charging
- Become proficient at the purpose and characteristics of the Control Pilot and Proximity control interfaces
- Implement the required control state transitions and responses for charging
- Comprehend the physical, mechanical, electrical, environmental and EMC requirements for EVSEs, charge connectors and vehicle inlets
- Design vehicle or EVSE electrical interfaces and controls in accordance to the requirements of SAE J1772TM
- Charging Strategy (AC, DC, Power Levels)
- Codes, Standards and Regulatory Requirements:
- UL standards and third party listing agencies
- National electrical code
- Canadian electrical code
- International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) standards
- General Conductive Charging System Descriptions
- AC level 1
- AC level 2
- DC charging
- Charge Couple Requirements
- Locking option
- General EV/PHEV Requirements
- Cable ampacity coordination
- Charge indicator
- General EVSE Requirements
- Installation requirements
- Codes and standards requirements
- AC present indicator
- Personnel protection system
- Control and Data
- Control pilot circuit description
- Control pilot functions
- Proximity detection circuit description
- Proximity detection functions
- Digital data transfer
- State transitions
- Typical start up sequence
Instructor(s): Gery Kissel
Gery J. Kissel is Engineering Specialist, Global Battery Systems Engineering with General Motors. His work with GM for the past 15 years has all related to the development of technology and applications for hybrid, electric, and fuel cell vehicles. Gery is a high and intermediate voltage safety subject matter expert and, in his current position, he is responsible for plug-in vehicle codes, standards, and infrastructure. Gery is active in the GM mentoring program, mentoring college engineering co-op students and new full-time GM engineers. He is very active on SAE Standards Committees including Task Force Lead for J1772 - Electric Vehicle Conductive Charge Coupler and Task Force Co-Lead, J2894 - Vehicle On-Board Charger Power Quality, member of the Fuel Cell Standards Committee, Fuel Cell Safety Workgroup and the Hybrid Committee and former Task Force Lead for J1776 - Recommended Practice for Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicle Battery Systems Crash Integrity Testing.He is also affiliated with the Grid Interaction Technical Team, National Electric Transportation Infrastructure Working Council, and National Fire Protection Association. Prior to joining GM, Gery worked for as a Project Engineer for VECTRA, and a Design Release Engineer for Masotech and Rapid Design Service. Gery is a recipient of the SAE Technical Standards Board Outstanding Contribution Award. He has a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan and an M.S. degree in Engineering Science from Purdue University.
- Thirty days of online single-user access (from date of purchase) to the two session recorded presentation
- Course workbook (downloadable, .pdf's)
- Online learning assessment
- Instructor follow up to your content questions
- .3 CEUs* (with satisfactory assessment score)
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