Fault Protection For EV Charging Stations

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Protection against electric shock is a prerequisite for the success of the electric vehicle industry. Wide
ranging standards efforts are underway in various committees around the world, such as  UL, DKE and DIN. DC capable sensor technology offers a significant improvement in electrical safety and helps to ensure 
charging stations function as intended. The Europeans have a 6mA DC trip requirement on their chargers, but the US employs AC sensing only.  We will look inside an EV charging station,  review the protection technology, and discus how to assure a safe EV charger installation.



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  • San Francisco Italian Athletic Club
  • 1630 Stockton St
  • San Francisco, California
  • United States 94133
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  • Starts 01 March 2019 11:47 AM
  • Ends 23 April 2019 05:30 PM
  • All times are US/Pacific
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Torsten Gruhn of Bender, Inc

Biography:

 
Torsten Gruhn started out as a certified electrical motor
rewinder in Germany. He graduated from trade school and
worked on everything electrical that can turn, produce or
transform power. He obtained a Bachelor of Science
degree in electrical engineering from the University GH in
Paderborn, Germany with the emphasis on power
generation, transmission and distribution. The Main focus at his
current position is new business development, sales and
the support of ground fault protection equipment.

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 SF IAS Board:

Chair:  gary.fox@us.abb.com

Vice Chair:   michael.poling@ascopower.com

Treasurer: Daniel Castro dcastro@integralgroup.com

Secretary:Matt Norlander Matt.Norlander@chevron.com

Programs:  finn.schenck@iemfg.com