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

The SAE J1772:2010(tm) Compatible
(Electric Vehicle Service Equipment)    EVSE4.2
J1772 Active Vehicle Control AVC2
to be used inside the car to monitor the charging
Electric Vehicle Service Equipment is the next project. 
A control board to provide a J1772 pilot signal indicating the available current and the relay control to implement a code compliant charging station. 

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A small module to control the Pilot signal in the vehicle and monitor the Proximity Signal from the mating J1772 parts.  Contacts are available to inhibit the motor while charging or activate lights around the inlet connector.
AVC1 is a coated board and AVC2 is in a box for easy mounting.

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Test & Simulation Boxes for J1772

Simulation or test boxes simplify servicing and design problems.
This one has switches for the J1772 states, a circuit to check the latch, a light to indicate power, and break out terminals for the pilot and proximity signals.

e-mail: david@modularevpower.com

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

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