Electro-Wind specialise in Isolation Transformers for Electric vehicle charging installations used in domestic
Historically, domestic EV charging points relied on the system earthing supplied by the main electricity supply to the building, the new legislation requires a PME earthing facility not to be used for the protective conductor, unless certain methods are employed.
Electro-Wind Ltd supplies Mains Distribution units for temporary and permanent installation.
The isolating transformers for domestic installations are supplied in a suitable enclosure that can be fitted to an internal wall of a garage or externally, if required, to supply an EV charge point.
The new legislation change is not retrospective and only applies to new installations from the 1st January 2019.
New stringent rules have been introduced for ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING INSTALLATIONS.
The IET Wiring Regulations 18th Edition, Requirements for Electrical installations BS7671:2018 was released on 1st July 2018 and becomes mandatory from the 1st January 2019.
Section 722 covers the particular requirements when installing points for EV charging.
Our isolation transformers are built to comply with BSEN61558-2-4 and have been installed to supply power to EV chargers at Volvo, Audi and Porsche.
Electro-Wind offers a cost-effective solution to your isolation transformer needs whether it’s a new, single or three-phase supply or an upgrade to a previous EV point installation.