Our interest at Modular EV Power relates to supplying electrical power to the vehicle, using J1772 parts.

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EVSE Control Boards
Active Vehicle Controls
J1772 Connectors, Cables and Parts SAE J1772:2010(tm) Vehicle Inlet Coupler
to NEMA 14-50 Adapter

 AVC2    J1772 Active Vehicle Control in a box

This is a AVC1 in a box for easy mounting.

    Instructions          Troubleshooting

More About the Active Vehicle Control



NEW EVSE4.2  J1772 EVSE Control KIT


NEW EVSE Pi  J1772 EVSE Control
an EVSE based on a Raspberry Pi and open sorce code




EVSE4.2  J1772 EVSE Control Board
AVC2    J1772 Active Vehicle Controls


Go to more details about Controls

If you want to build a special EVSE, Electric Vehicle Service Equipment, commonly called a charging station there are few  options today.

On the car side some basic control would also enhance the J1772 experience. 

NEW EVSE4.2  J1772 EVSE Control Board

This is the fourth generation EVSE control board.  The version we think will be most popular has a LCD that displays what is happening in the connection and charging process.  It can have just LED's for status instead of the LCD. 


Test & Simulation Boxes for J1772


Aluminum J1772 Vehicle Inlets

ITT UL  J1772 Vehicle Inlets


Aluminum J1772 Vehicle Inlets

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In 2010 it was impossible to find J1772 parts.  We began making the original aluminum vehicle inlet for our adapters.  Then the ITT parts became available and have full 75 Amp UL listed ratings.



Safe Circuit for using J1772 and NEMA 5-15 Plug for Charging


ITT UL  J1772 Vehicle Inlets



ITT UL Cable sets



Safe Circuit for using J1772 and NEMA 5-15 Plug for Charging



NEW J1772 LED Rings for inlet Connectors

32 full color LEDs controled by an Arduino

Led Ring in gas cap




A1  Aluminum J1772 adapters, 40Amp
A2  All UL listed parts, 50 Amp

A3  Compact UL listed parts, 50 Amp


Go to more details about Adapters

Now that production electric vehicles are ready for sale and public charging stations are being installed with the new J1772 connectors, what can someone with a vehicle that presently has a NEMA 14-50 connector do?  This adapter fills the gap between the NEMA and the new J1772 technology.
Rated at 40 Amps. 



 Need some thing special, can't find an item, or just have a question, please write: david@modularevpower.com

SAE J1772:2010(tm) is a trademarked standard of the Society of Automotive Engineers.

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