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DS5366 Smart Charging Interface

Developing and testing intelligent charging technologies

The new DS5366 Smart Charging Interface is a key solution for developing and testing technologies involved in the electric vehicle charging process.

Application Areas

The new module supports all common charging communication standards, such as ISO 15118, DIN SPEC 70121, CHAdeMO, and GB/T1), and can be easily integrated in your test setup. Thanks to its high flexibility, it offers versatile application options, including the simulation of electric vehicle supply equipment as well as the simulation, test, and development of onboard chargers. In this way, it will support both manufacturers of electric vehicles and manufacturers of charging stations in developing and testing smart charging technologies.

Key Benefits

  • ISO 15118 and DIN 70121 powerline communication
  • CHAdeMO and GB/T support1)
  • Isolated interface between the HIL simulator and the ECU
  • Interfaces for all common charging plugs (e.g., Type 1, Type 2, CCS1, CCS2, GB/T, CHAdeMO)
  • Support of AC and DC charging
  • CAN FD interface for easy integration
  • Rapid control prototyping (RCP) as well as hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulation
  • Simulation of errors during communication 

Parameter Specification
  • Internal 4 GB SD card for customer settings
Host interface
  • 1 Mbit/s CAN FD
  • USB logging on connected PC
  • Ethernet raw data
  • Input for custom PWM voltage
  • Input for custom PWM impedance resistor
Target interface
  • Control pilot (CP), proximity pilot (PP), protective earth (PE)
  • 2 x relay output for power switching and user applications
Size (width x height x depth)
  • 190 x 86 x 240 mm (7.5 x 3.4 x 9.4 in)
  • 2.1 kg
Power supply
  • 8 ... 30 V DC input voltage
  • ~ 6 W power consumption

Simulating Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment

  • Test real electric vehicles and onboard chargers by connecting them to simulated charging stations supporting different standards
  • Test various ECUs and power electronics components involved in the charging process

Simulating and Developing Onboard Chargers

  • Test charging stations with simulated vehicles
  • Replace the vehicle ECU or the communication controller for testing vehicle prototypes

1) CHAdeMO and GB/T communication will be available with a later Release.

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