Elecpeek 3.3KW Low Voltage On-board Charger – 72V

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Elecpeek’s on-board charger offers unparalleled performance, even in demanding conditions, thanks to its full-sealed process and IP67 protection level.

  • Support UDS diagnosis
  • CAN wake-up function
  • Full-sealed process
  • Built-in thermal sensor
  • Shut off when temperature up to 90℃
  • Protection level with IP67

 

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A High Voltage On-board Charger is a sophisticated device designed specifically for electric vehicles (EVs) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs), enabling rapid charging through the conversion of high-voltage alternating current (AC) from the grid to direct current (DC) that is suitable for the vehicle’s battery system.

Embedded with smart chips, they offer real-time monitoring of the charging status, automatically adjusting charging currents and voltages to optimize the process, thereby protecting battery health and prolonging battery life.

Equipped with overload protection, short-circuit prevention, overheat protection, and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) design, ensuring the safety and reliability of the charging process, and mitigating risks of electrical fires and other hazards.

Built with robust materials to withstand varying weather conditions, ensuring longevity and reliable operation whether installed indoors or outdoors.

3.3KW On Board Charger Specification

3.3KW On Board Charger
Input Voltage 24V 48V 72V 108V 144V 360V
Output voltage(V) 15-32V 20-67V 30-90V 50-130V 110-180V 200-440V
Output current(A) 0-100A 0-60A 0-45A 0-30A 0-22A 0-9A
Rated input Voltage 220VAC
input voltage range 90-265VAC
Rated Input Voltage Frequency 50Hz
Input Frequency Range 45-65Hz
Starting Impulse Current ≤10A
Input Power Factor ≥0.99@220Vin,Pomax
Output Rated Output Power 3.3KW
Voltage Stabilization Accuracy ≤1%
Ripple Coefficient of Voltage ≤1%
Voltage Stabilization Accuracy ≤5%
Output Response Time ≤5S

3.3KW Charger Series

Plug and Socket Definition

Output Plug Options

Input Plug Options

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Item: 6.6KW On-board Charger
Location: Portland, United States

Project QTY: 500PCS
Item: 6.6KW On-board Charger
Location: Portland, United States

Application

On-board chargers are integral components of electric vehicles (EVs) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs). They convert Alternating Current (AC) from the grid (or any other AC source) to Direct Current (DC) for charging the vehicle’s battery. Electric boats and other marine vehicles also use on-board chargers. These chargers may need to be particularly robust to withstand the harsh marine environment.

Application

Specifications

Series

Low Voltage

Cooling way

Enforce Air Cooling, liquid-cooling

Charging Control

CAN or Enable

Series

Low Voltage

Cooling way

Enforce Air Cooling, liquid-cooling

Charging Control

CAN or Enable

Electrical

Input voltage range

AC 90~265V

Input Current

≤16A

Frequency

47~63HZ

Power Factor

≥0.98 @ ≥1650W

Stand-by power consumption

≤5W

Starting inrush current

≤24A

Nominal Voltage Platform

72V

Output voltage range

50V-107V

Max output current

40A

Output power

3300W@220VAC;1650W@110VAC

Input voltage range

AC 90~265V

Input Current

≤16A

Frequency

47~63HZ

Power Factor

≥0.98 @ ≥1650W

Stand-by power consumption

≤5W

Starting inrush current

≤24A

Nominal Voltage Platform

72V

Output voltage range

50V-107V

Max output current

40A

Output power

3300W@220VAC;1650W@110VAC

Environmental

Ingress Protection

IP67

Operating Temperature

– 40℃~85℃

Storage temperature

– 40℃~105℃

Ingress Protection

IP67

Operating Temperature

– 40℃~85℃

Storage temperature

– 40℃~105℃

Series

Low Voltage

Input voltage range

AC 90~265V

Input Current

≤16A

Frequency

47~63HZ

Power Factor

≥0.98 @ ≥1650W

Stand-by power consumption

≤5W

Starting inrush current

≤24A

Nominal Voltage Platform

72V

Output voltage range

50V-107V

Max output current

40A

Output power

3300W@220VAC;1650W@110VAC

Cooling way

Enforce Air Cooling, liquid-cooling

Ingress Protection

IP67

Operating Temperature

– 40℃~85℃

Storage temperature

– 40℃~105℃

Charging Control

CAN or Enable

What charging stations does On-Board Charger (OBC) support?

The charging station support of OBC depends on its compatible charging interface standard, including home charging posts, public charging stations, etc.

The compatibility and standards of OBC include charging interface standards, charging rates, communication protocols, and safety standards.

The reliability and durability of OBC depend on the following factors:

  • Design quality and manufacturing process
  • Temperature management
  • Overload protection
  • Environmental adaptability

Smart features of OBC may include remote monitoring, charging appointments, charging schedule optimization, charging history, smart energy management, charging location navigation, and remote diagnostics and maintenance.

The safety of OBC is realized through measures such as overload protection, short circuit protection, temperature monitoring and strict compliance with safety standards.

Elecpeek's On-Board Charger works by converting AC power from an external source, such as a charging station or wall outlet, into DC power that can be stored in the EV battery.

 

The charging time for an EV using OBC depends on the battery size, charge level, and the charging speed provided by the charger. Typically, it takes between 1 to 12 hours to fully charge an EV using OBC.

 

Yes, a damaged or faulty OBC can result in overcharging, overcharging, or overheating the battery, which can decrease the lifespan of the battery. It is essential to ensure the proper maintenance and functioning of OBC.

 

OBC is used for level 1 and 2 charging and provides a lower charging speed than a DC fast charger. DC fast chargers are used for level 3 charging and can provide up to 80% charging in 30 minutes.

 

Yes, hybrid vehicles also use OBC to charge the battery.