Charging electric vehicles according to NEK 400: 2022

Learn what requirements apply to charging electric vehicles in commercial buildings and private facilities, so you can install charging systems safely and properly.
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Technical information

Course name : Charging electric vehicles according to NEK 400: 2022
Course manual : No
Type : Classroom
Course duration: 3 hours
Language:Norwegian
Provider : Trainor

Goal

After completing the course, participants must be familiar with the requirements for charging electric vehicles in condominiums, housing cooperatives, public places, homes, cabins and commercial facilities.

Target group

Consulting engineers, caseworkers, electrical contractors, and electricians.

Subjects covered in the course

  • The regulations for charging electric vehicles in accordance with FEL, NEK 400: 2022 7-722. *The course covers what is new, changed and expired in the relationship between NEK 400:2022 and NEK 400:2018.
  • Electric vehicle charging definitions
  • What are the requirements for charging electric vehicles (hybrid, electric car, electric bicycles etc.)?
  • Use existing circuits for charging
  • Maintenance
  • Different protective level for RCCBs (type B or type A).
  • How often should electrical control / periodic verification be executed in condominiums, housing cooperatives, industry, general facilities, and private facilities?
  • How often should one do self-control in condominiums, housing cooperatives, industry, public and private facilities?
  • The requirements for surge protection
  • Marking and documentation
  • Connection points
  • Review of legal charging methods and what to use: Common plug, industry, type 2 or DC quick charge?
  • Requirements for extension cords and transitions
  • Location of charging stations in relation to hazardous areas (petrol stations).
  • Important guidelines from DSB's publication and guidelines.

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