This is a short description of the charger that I use for my Zero FXS
More details on these 2 links :
- Not fixed to the bike, transportable in a top case, or
in a "tank" bag
- Weight: 5.6 kg
- Usable on 220V / 16A domestic plugs
- Max power 3.3 kW
- Power can be easily reduced, so the charger can also be
used on low power plugs (220V / 10A)
- Usable together with the onboard charger
- Usable alone, without the onboard charger
- Can charge to 100% SOC or reduced SOC (80% for instance)
- It is very easy to change the charging parameters (4
configurations can be programmed and instantly retrieved)
On a T2 charging station, I use a home made adapter: from Mennekes Type
2 to three domestic plugs:
is the description of the internal wiring of this adapter.
The charger itself is a 3.3kW HK-J, controllable by CAN-bus.
The charger is controlled by a Thunderstruck EVCC-basic controller.
Here is a schematic view of the charging elements.
charging stations shut down after some seconds when my charger tries to
draw 3.3 kW. But if I reduce the charge power to 2.2 kW, the same
charging station delivers 2.2 kW without any problem.
It seems that
these charging stations require some dialog with the devices that are
asking for power, and since my charger does not give any reply, the
charging station shuts down.
I am looking for a way to solve this problem.
Shortcut to this page : https://bit.ly/Zero_charger