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5th Edition 2023
Size: 105 Mb.
The 5th Edition of the Code of Practice for Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation in 2023 introduces several significant changes:
It is now fully in line with BS7671:2018+A2:2022 and ENA Engineering Recommendation G12/4, providing comprehensive guidance.
There is a major update on 'vehicle as storage' and the inclusion of prosumer's electrical installations.
Legislative modifications reflect the requirements of The Electric Vehicles (Smart Charge Points) Regulations 2021 and Part S of Schedule 1 to the Building Regulations 2010 in England.
The edition outlines specific physical installation requirements, accessibility standards, and guidance from PAS1899.
It offers instructions on installing telecommunications and auxiliary cabling, revising the requirements for simultaneous contact assessment to accommodate various earthing arrangements.
The guidelines address fire safety in EV charging installations, recognizing the RISC Authority publication RC59, applicable to both domestic and commercial properties.
The new and updated appendices cover diverse topics:
- Installation practices for earth electrodes.
- Details of pantograph connectivity systems for HGV and PSV in Mode 4 charging equipment.
- Guidance on the minimum depth of buried cables and the minimum height of overhead suspended cables in different environments.
- Extended guidance on earth fault loop impedance and RCD testing, including the use of vehicle simulators for Mode 3 charging equipment and testing in prosumer's electrical installations.
- An expanded section for DNO notification, now including V2G and V2H applications.
- Updated guidance on inductive charging installations.