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Fluke FEV300 EV Charging Station Test Adapter Kit With Type 2 Connector
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The FEV300 test adapter kit with a Type 2 connector is designed to test the function and safety of charging stations mode 3 for AC charging. The adapter imitates an electric vehicle and opens up a charging cycle, activating voltage and current output, allowing you to conduct tests in combination with appropriate test instruments like an installation tester (Fluke 1664 FC) and/or a ScopeMeter® (Fluke 120B Series). With the adapter kit, charging stations can be tested in accordance with IEC/EN 61851-1 and IEC/HD 60364-7-722.

Simplicity and convenience of using an all-in-one adapter

To connect to an EV charging station Type 2 with a socket outlet or to connect to an EV charging station Type 2 with a vehicle connector, use the FEV300-CON-TY2 Type 2 Plug. Perform a variety of tests, including ground fault checks, insulation of wires, measuring voltage and duty cycle to see max current available for charging all in one adapter that safely integrates with the Fluke portfolio of test and measurement tools. The FEV300 allows you to simulate CP (E) and PE (Earth Fault) errors and includes separate phase indications by three LED lamps for easy check if the voltage is present. There is no need to bring an electric vehicle onsite for charging station troubleshooting: the adapter acts as an electric vehicle when connected to a charging station for easy performance and maintenance testing.

  • PE conductor can be tested for possible presence of dangerous voltage against earth
  • Perform Cable Simulation with the PP State rotary switch simulating current capabilities of charging cables
  • Perform Vehicle Simulation testinig various charging states 
  • Simulate PE error (Earth fault)
  • Test in accordance with IEC/EN 61851-1 and IEC/HD 60364-7-722
General Features
Input voltage Up to 250 V (single phase system) / up to 480 V (three phase system), 50/60 Hz, max 10 A
Internal power consumption 3 W max.
FEV300-CON-TY2 Plug AC charging mode 3, suitable to IEC 62196-2 type 2 socket outlet or fixed cable with vehicle connector (type 2, 7P three-phase)
FEV300-CON-TY1 Plug AC charging mode 3, suitable to IEC 62196-2 type 1 or SAE J1772 with vehicle connector (type 1, 5P single-phase)
Dimensions (H × W × D) 110  × 45  × 220 mm length without connection cable and test cable
Weight (including type 1 or type 2 connection cable) Approx. 1 kg
Safety standards IEC/EN 61010-1, pollution degree 2
IEC/EN 61010-2-030, CAT II 300 V, protection class II
Ingress protection IEC 60529: IP54 (housing)
IEC 60529: IP54 (sockets with protection caps in place, connectors in connected condition or with protection caps in place, otherwise IP20)
Operating temperature -20 °C to 40 °C
Storage temperature -20 °C to 50 °C
Operating humidity range 10 % to 85 % relative humidity non-condensing
Storage relative humidity 0 % to 85 % non-condensing
Operating altitude 2000 m max.
PE Pre-Test Visible indication >50 V AC/DC between PE conductor and touch sensor
PP Simulation Open, 13 A, 20 A, 32 A, 63 A
CP States State A, B, C, D
CP Error state “E” On/off (CP signal short-circuited to PE)
PE Error state "F" (Earth fault) On/off (interruption of PE conductor)
Outputs (for test purpose only)
Measuring terminals L1, L2, L3, N, PE Max. 250/480 V, max. 10 A
CP signal output terminals Approx. +/-12 V
Caution: In case of wrong wiring or error of the charging station these terminals may be hazardous.