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Part Number: TIDA-00637
Concerning the TIDA-00637 (Level 1&2 Electric Vehicle Service Equipment Reference Design)
Has the TIDA-00637 been tested with a vehicle or not?
Are the GFCI recognized by UL standards UL2231 and or UL50?
The TIDA-00637 was developed outside of TI's Precision Amplifiers product group. This E2E forum specifically addresses the precision amplifiers and therefore we don't have detailed information about TIDA-00637.
I have contacted the developer of the TIDA-00637 design regarding your inquiry. I received an automated response indicating he is currently on vacation until the end of the month. I expect that upon his return he will be able to respond to you inquiry.
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In reply to Thomas Kuehl:
In reply to Yizhe Liu48:
Is there any recommendation for choosing GFCI?
In reply to Andy chung:
I have contacted the author of TIDA-00637 and asked him to respond to your inquiries about the GFCI. Let's see if he provides some recommendations.
Sorry, but I haven't recieved a response at this time. I just now elevated your request for assistance within the EV organization. I hope that helps bring about the assistance you need.
This afternoon I did receive a message from the EV group telling me that they are reviewing you E2E questions about TIDA-00637. Please give them a little time to work on an answer.
Here is the response I received from the TIDA-00637 designer and author;
"Regarding that particular question, that particular design was done to show a potential architecture for GFCI. It is not UL specified due to the number of potential variables in the particular end equipment. It would be up to the customer to certify the full operation and take it in to UL."
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