Sundry Items, Circuit Identification Products, Removable Plug

Sundry Items, Circuit Identification Products, Removable Plug WE

Item Number: 30P-WE

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Specifications

Design

Range of product

Standard Series

Product brand

Clipsal

Device application

circuit identification

Physical

Depth

10 mm

Length

21 mm

Width

21 mm

Reach regulation

Reference contains Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

Eu rohs directive

Compliant with Exemptions

Mercury free

Yes

Rohs exemption information

Yes

China rohs regulation

Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information

Others

Package 1 bare product quantity

1

Unit type of package 1

PCE

Number of units in package 1

1

Package 1 height

1 cm

Package 1 width

2.3 cm

Package 1 length

2.3 cm

Package 1 weight

2 g

Unit type of package 2

BB1

Number of units in package 2

20

Package 2 height

3.7 cm

Package 2 width

4.5 cm

Package 2 length

10.7 cm

Package 2 weight

0.05 kg

Unit type of package 3

CAR

Number of units in package 3

1000

Package 3 height

17 cm

Package 3 width

28.2 cm

Package 3 length

30 cm

Package 3 weight

2.69 kg
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Frequently Asked Questions

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What are the input circuit requirements for an EV Charging Station?

Issue:
What are the feeder circuit requirements for an EV Charging station?

Product Line:
PTEVC - ELECTRICAL VEHICLE

Resolution:
The EVlink series of Level 2 charging station require a 40A, non-GFI type breaker for each charging outlet.  #8 wire is required (L1, L2, and GND).  For dual outlet charging stations, two 40A non-GFI breakers will be required (one for each charging outlet).  A neutral connection is not required for EVlink stations.
A 40A circuit breaker is required as the continuous output current from the charging station can be as high as 30A. 
The wiring diagram for a single outlet charging station is shown in the figure below.
EVlink Basic Wiring Diagram

Electric vehicle charging station is making a humming or buzzing noise. Is that normal? Can it be fixed?

Issue:
Electric vehicle charging station is making a humming or buzzing noise. Is that normal? Can it be fixed?

Product Line:
EVlink Electric Vehicle Charging Stations (EVSE)

Resolution:
The source of the humming or buzzing noise is likely the electrical contactor. The most common cause is a small amount of debris or dust on the mechanism of the contactor causing the movable portion to not seat perfectly and vibrate.  This is not uncommon for unsealed contactor products. Cleaning the contactor can be performed by a qualified person working on the equipment in a de-energized state with Isopropyl alcohol or compressed air.
The buzzing or humming sound may clear itself over time and does not prevent proper charging of the connected EV.