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TIDA-010071: TIDA-010071: l1 and l2 EVSC components

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Part Number: TIDA-010071

Hi,

Hope you are doing well.

the TIDA-10071 refers to both Level1 and Level2 chargers.

  1. Are the components rated according to Level2 chargers which supports Level1 chargers as well?
  2. We want to follow the  TIDA-010071(updated in 2019) for Level1 and Level2 chargers. Is there a scope of change or update  in the design/components  in near future ?
  3. Where can i find the BOM and schematic of Level1 charger alone? 

Thank-you

Warm regards

Harini Krishna

  • Harini -

    Please note that this design TIDA-010071 showcases only below listed sub-system in a Level 1 & 2 charger 

    • Pilot Wire detection - using TLV1805 and is J1772 compliant (
    • Power tree topology for generation on +/-12V, 5V, 3.3V, -5V
    • Relay driving using DRV110
    • Relay weld detection using ISO1212

    TIDA-010071 is not a complete Level 1 or Level 2 charger and must not be treated as a complete end equipment design. 

    In addition, specifics to your queries are listed below below:

    1. There is no change in component ratings between Level 1 and Level 2 for subsystems showcased in this design.  Please refer to Taking charge of electric vehicles – both in the vehicle and on the grid to learn  more on level 1 and level 2 chargers.
    2. This design complies with the latest J1772 communication protocol that is applicable to both Level 1 & 2 chargers 
    3. The BOM for Level1 and 2 are the same for the subsystems being showcased in this desing.

    Hope this helps.

    Thanks,

    Jayanth 

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