Texas Instruments reference design adds Wi-Fi capability to charging stations

Texas Instruments

Texas Instruments (NASDAQ: TXN) has introduced a reference design that adds Wi-Fi connectivity to an EV charging station, enabling drivers to remotely monitor and control the charging of their vehicles.

The new reference design uses TI’s SimpleLink Wi-Fi wireless microcontroller (MCU) technology, which allows designers to create stations that intelligently charge at non-peak times or detect and communicate when a charging station is available.

The design supports Level 1 and Level 2 charging. Later this year TI plans to introduce a DC fast charging reference design scalable to 600 V and 400 A.

The EV Charging Station with Wi-Fi reference design supports power delivery up to 30 amps, and is expandable by using larger relays. It can also be expanded to support other applications such as payment, authentication and home automation.


Source: Texas Instruments

Create Account. Already Registered? Log In

Virtual Conference on EV Engineering: Free to Attend

The sessions from our Fall 2022 Virtual Conference are now available to view on-demand. Register for a session below to watch the recording and download the presentation.


Webinars & Whitepapers

EV Tech Explained