Green Watt Power’s new EVC3400 Series onboard EV charger

Green Watt Power has launched a new series of onboard AC chargers. The EVC3400 charger features an IP66 rating for high-stress environments, as well as a high-density, low-profile design for flexible mechanical integration. Fan- or liquid-cooled designs are available.

The fan-version EVC-116-3400 has dimensions of 240 x 187 x 70 mm (9.45 x 7.36 x 2.76 in) and a weight of 5.2 kg (11.7 lbs). The EVC3400 features a universal input range of 90 to 264 VAC and an input frequency range of 47 to 63 Hz.

The charger features CAN communication, an operating temperature range of -40 to +60º C, and a storage range of -40 to +85⁰ C.

Source: Green Watt Power

  • jamcl3

    There nothing “universal” about an “input range of 90 to 264 VAC” in the US where 85% of industrial and large commercial power is supplied at 277 VAC nominal from line-to-neutral in 480 VAC phase-to-phase environments. Even lighting systems run at 277 VAC, indoors and out. The high end of 240 VAC nominal is 264, or +10%. That is residential power, split-phase stuff. Heavy EVs are a comin’ boys, better get used to 277 VAC pronto. J1772 does not support 277 VAC but J3068 does.