Type B Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB) in Charging Pile
With the promotion of new energy policies and increasing awareness of environmental protection, the global automotive market is slowly shifting from fuel vehicles to hybrid vehicles and electric vehicles. Accelerating the cultivation and development of energy-saving and new energy vehicles is not only an urgent task to effectively alleviate energy and environmental pressures and promote the sustainable development of the automobile industry, but also a strategic measure to accelerate the transformation and upgrading of the automobile industry, cultivate new economic growth points and international competitive advantages.
The promotion of electric vehicles is imperative, and the global new energy vehicle industry is developing rapidly. Currently, in China, the United States, Germany,
Driven by major new energy vehicle promotion countries such as Japan, the global new energy vehicle market has entered a period of rapid growth, and the sales of new energy passenger vehicles have grown by more than 50% for four consecutive years from 2015 to 2018.
Therefore, the demand for solar charging piles has increased. There is a very important component on the solar charging pile—type B RCCB
The need for leakage current detection on charging piles
1 . Electric vehicle charging modes:
The ordinary power socket in the AC system is directly connected to the AC charging interface of the electric vehicle to charge the electric vehicle. Electrical safety relies on the safety protection of the power supply grid, which is poor in safety and is eliminated in the GB/T18487.1-2015 standard.
The ordinary power socket in the AC system is connected to the AC charging interface of the electric vehicle through the control and protection device ( IC-CPD) on the cable to charge the electric vehicle.
Electrical safety relies on the basic safety protection of the power supply grid and the protection of IC-CPD.
The AC power distribution system is connected to the AC charging interface of the electric vehicle through a special charging device with control and protection functions to charge the electric vehicle. A control guide device is installed on the dedicated power supply equipment.
Electrical safety is based on special charging piles and guided inspections between piles and vehicles.
The principle of integrating the rectifier module from the car into the pile is similar to that of the AC pile. The charging gun interface is a unified standard, and AC and DC cannot be plugged in each other.
2 . Harmfulness and types of leakage current
1）Harm to humans
The hazard of leakage is closely related to time. In the case of a protection device to prevent electric shock, the current allowed by the human body can generally be considered as 30mA, and 10mA is considered as a safe current for the human body. DC leakage can also cause damage to the human body.
2）Damage to the equipment grid
① In a system with an isolation transformer, if the DC component exceeds a certain value, the isolation transformer will saturate, resulting in system overcurrent protection, and even damage to power devices.
② In a system without an isolation transformer, the DC component will directly supply power to the load. For non-linear loads, the DC component will cause serious current asymmetry and damage the load.
③The direct current component not only has a bad influence on the power system itself and electrical equipment but also has an amplifying effect on the harmonics of the grid-connected current, resulting in power quality problems. Increase the corrosion of power grid cables; cause higher instantaneous current peaks, which may burn the fuse and cause power failure. The current international regulations on the upper limit of the DC component are the same. The relevant grid-connected standards of China, the United States, and the United Kingdom stipulate that the DC component is not allowed to exceed 0.5% or 5mA of the current rating of each phase.
3）Reasons for detecting DC leakage:
The charging of electric vehicles requires a residual current sensor to detect leakage, to avoid the danger that the car battery (DC) is connected to the main power supply (AC). The DC component generated by the charging pile or control box during the charging process will affect the quality of the power grid, and the DC leakage will also have the risk of arcing on the electrical appliance itself.
The International Electrotechnical Commission IEC62752 clearly states that Type B is required as the standard for detecting leakage current, and it is mandatory to implement each IC-CPD. Related content is also mentioned in UL2231.
Charging pile system power distribution requirements
Residual current detection module (A-type leakage + DC6mA protection device or B-type leakage )
The disconnecting device adopts a relay or contactor.
AC charging pile
Type B RCCB can be used as the main protection device on the input side of the power supply or the input side of the charging branch
DC charging pile
Type B RCCB can be used as the main protective electrical appliance on the input side of the power supply or the input side of the charging branch.
Application in other fields
- Electric Power Transportation System
- Inverter equipment
- UPS System
- Medical Equipment
- Airport and three-phase equipment
- Variable speed machine tool
- Elevator Control
- Textile Industry
- Welding Factory
GEYA GYL9 Type B Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB)(without overcurrent protection), suitable for rated voltage 230V at two poles, 400V at four poles, rated current n line 63A, when the person gets an electric shock or the grid leakage current exceeds the specified value, the residual current action circuit breaker can quickly cut off the fault power supply for protecting the safety of human body and electrical equipment can also be used for infrequent switching of circuits and infrequent starting of motors.
The product is not only suitable for sinusoidal ac residual current, pulsed DC residual current, but also for residual current devices that can ensure trip at the following currents:
— Sinusoidal AC residual current AC of 1000Hz or less;
— Alternating residual current superposition smoothing DC residual current;
— Pulsating DC residual current superposition smoothing DC residual current;
— Pulsating DC residual current generated by a two-phase or multiphase rectifier circuit;
— Smoothing residual DC current