With the growing global market, manufacturers of e-mobility chargers are increasingly exporting to China. However, there are regulations in China of these charging devices that must be known before exporting.
In China, there are currently two common forms of charging devices: the wallbox and the charging station. Wallboxes are a device, which is attached directly to a wall and thus is relatively small. A charging station is a free-standing device that is anchored in the ground and, due to its shape, enables a flexible structure. A charging station therefore does not require a wall or the like, but takes up more space than a wallbox.
The guidelines for e-mobility charging devices are issued by the South China energy supplier China Southern Power Grid and are marked with “Q / CSG”. These guidelines also list the relevant national standards. There are the mandatory GB standards issued by the CNCA and SAC and other standards that have been previously voluntary. Feel free to contact us for more information about the standards.
Also to the loader as such some requirements exists. Certain systems must comply with IP54. The first digit of the International Protection Marking indicates protection against particles and dust on a scale of 0 to 6, with 6 representing maximum protection. The second digit stands for protection against water, which can be specified with a maximum of 9.
For voluntary CQC certification of chargers such as wall boxes and charging stations, the following steps must be taken:
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