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Electrical safety & functional EVSE testing with A 1532 EVSE adapter

Nowadays there are more electric vehicles on the roads than at any time in history, largely thanks to a visionary entrepreneur and a growing number of already established car manufacturers who are slowly expanding their portfolios with more environmentally friendly vehicles. But, proliferation of electric vehicles doesn’t translate only to lower carbon footprint, but brings with it a host of challenges as well.

One of those challenges is ensuring acceptable electrical safety of charging points, whether simple charging adapters for private use or large commercial charging stations (they are usually collectively referred to as electric vehicle supply equipment or EVSE for short). This can be a difficult task since there is a veritable mosaic of different types of EVSE and that requires a comprehensive testing solution.
The combination of A 1532 EVSE adapter and MI 3152 EurotestXC is one such solution and appropriate for nearly all EVSE-related testing needs. 

The A 1532 EVSE adapter is simple and easy to use, as shown in the product presentation video on the left.
Though usability of A 1532 EVSE adapter really becomes apparent only when used with integrated custom EVSE Auto Sequence® testing sequences (in selected multifunctional electrical installation safety testers – MI 3155 EurotestXD, MI 3152 EurotestXC and MI 3152H EurotestXC 2,5 kV). The Auto Sequence®s guide the user through the entire testing procedure from visual inspection to actually testing/measuring of electrical safety/functional parameters.
Even for more complex EVSE such as 3-phase charging stations as shown in the how-to video on the right.

There are comparable solutions on the market, but none as versatile as the A 1532 EVSE adapter used in conjunction with Metrel multifunctional electrical installation safety tester. Contact your local distributor for more information.
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