Desk top charger; mobile holder with antenna connector; mobile holder; portable car kit (4 pages)
Summary of Contents for Siemens SICHARGE D 8EM5907-0AA00-1AA7.01
Introduction Safety instructions SICHARGE Description Transport and storage SICHARGE D Installation and mounting Commissioning Operating Instructions Operation Behavior in the event of errors and error messages Maintenance and service Disposal Technical specifications Declaration of Conformity List of abbreviations and explanation of terms Checklist for commissioning A5E50556539-AB...
Note the following: WARNING Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems.
Charging ports ........................29 Design of the charging station ................... 32 Dispenser .......................... 35 Electrical protection devices ....................36 Routers ..........................37 Siemens Configuration Backend ..................38 3.10 OCPP backend ........................39 Transport and storage ......................... 40 General information ......................40 Road transport ........................
Table of contents Installation and mounting ........................48 Safety instructions ......................48 Installation location ......................50 Base area ........................... 54 Goods acceptance......................56 5.4.1 Checking the delivery for completeness and correctness ............ 56 5.4.2 Checking the transport packaging ..................56 5.4.3 Report missing delivery components or transport damage ..........
Table of contents Maintenance and service ........................89 Safety instructions ......................89 Maintenance plan ......................91 Servicing the charging station .................... 94 9.3.1 Cleaning the touch screen ....................94 9.3.2 Cleaning the cabinet ......................95 9.3.3 Replacing an air filter ......................96 Spare parts ........................
Introduction About the operating instructions These operating instructions contain the information necessary for the safe operation and intended use of the SICHARGE D charging station and are aimed predominantly at operators of the charging station. Safekeeping the operating instructions The operating instructions are an integral part of the product and an indispensable part of the product safety concept.
Safety instructions Basic information The charging station complies with all prescribed technical safety standards and thereby offers the greatest possible product safety. To ensure the safety of all persons, systems and equipment at all times, adhere to the following basic safety instructions. Guidelines and regulations In order to ensure comprehensive safety, adhere to the following guidelines and regulations: •...
Safety instructions 2.1 Basic information Intended use The SICHARGE D charging station has up to three ports for charging the batteries of electric vehicles. For this purpose, the vehicle requires a DC charging socket • CCS 2 • CHAdeMO or an AC charging socket •...
Safety instructions 2.1 Basic information Fall arrester When you are working at a height above 1 m, use a fall arrester. Use work platforms or lifting platforms to provide qualified personnel with a stable surface. Take the necessary precautions to prevent tools and components from falling. Fire and explosion protection Do not store or use flammable liquids that produce flammable fumes, such as gasoline or ethanol, in the vicinity of the charging station.
Safety instructions 2.1 Basic information Protection against ingress of liquid The IP54 degree of protection of the cabinet protects the charging station from ingress of water splashing against it from all directions. In particular, the protection standard prevents the penetration of precipitation and protects against all liquids applied to the surface of the cabinet without pressure.
Safety instructions 2.1 Basic information Alterations to the device The operating instructions describe all permissible changes to the charging station. Any other or additional changes are not permitted. Unauthorized modifications void the manufacturer's warranty and the approvals of the device become invalid. WARNING Danger due to missing or unrecognizable safety signs and warnings Missing or unrecognizable safety signs or warnings do not indicate that danger is not no...
Safety instructions 2.2 The five safety rules for electrical work The five safety rules for electrical work The European standard EN 50110-1 "Dead working" prescribes safety rules for working in and on electrical systems. To ensure the safety of persons and property in accordance with the standards, always comply with the following safety rules.
Safety instructions 2.3 Emergency Stop switch Emergency Stop switch In a hazardous situation, pressing the Emergency Stop switch immediately puts the charging station into the safe emergency stop state. In the "Emergency Stop pressed" error message (Page 85) section, the emergency stop state is described, as well as the various error scenarios and the respective behavior of the charging station.
The time between repeated pressing and the wait period can be individually configured in the Siemens Configuration Backend (see section Siemens Configuration Backend (Page 38)).
Safety instructions 2.4 Safety sign Safety sign Safety signs are attached to the charging station and on the packaging for safe handling of the charging station. Safety signs on the packaging The following safety sign is attached to the packaging of the charging station: Safety sign Meaning Warning of general danger...
Siemens’ products and solutions undergo continuous development to make them more secure. Siemens strongly recommends that product updates are applied as soon as they are available and that the latest product versions are used. Using versions that are obsolete or are no longer supported can increase the risk of cyber threats.
Safety instructions 2.6 Identification of the device Identification of the device The nameplate clearly identifies the charging station and is located in the bottom right corner on the left-hand cabinet wall (see Figure 2-2). The nameplate also contains the identification data of the device, the manufacturer and the CE marking.
Safety instructions 2.6 Identification of the device Information on the nameplate You can find the following information on the nameplate of the charging station: Figure 2-3 SICHARGE D nameplate SICHARGE D Operating Instructions, 02/2021, 8EM5907-0AA00-1AA7.01...
Software: • Over-the-Air Update • Connection of a range of backend systems thanks to OCPP interface and connection of the Siemens Configuration Backend (Service) via mobile wireless (2G/ 3G/ 4G (LTE)) and Ethernet connection SICHARGE D Operating Instructions, 02/2021, 8EM5907-0AA00-1AA7.01...
Description 3.1 Product overview Application The charging station is designed for charging electric vehicles in public and semi-public commercial and industrial areas, e.g: • Terminals • Vehicle depots • Company parking lots Compatibility Only vehicles that meet the following standards can be charged at the charging station: Table 3- 1 Standards AC charging Type 2...
Description 3.2 Configuration options Configuration options The following table clearly shows the different selection and feature options. The following sections always describe the full configuration of the charging station with maximum diversity. Table 3- 2 Configuration options Characteristic Configuration Installed DC charging power 160 …...
Description 3.3 Display elements and operator controls Display elements and operator controls The charging station has the following display elements and operator controls: ① Touch screen ⑦ Emergency stop ② LED strips ⑧ Viewing window for AC meter of the AC charging outlet ③...
Description 3.3 Display elements and operator controls LED strips The LED strips signal the state of the charging station or the individual DC charging outlets. In this way, the user can recognize from a distance if the charging station is free, the vehicle is fully charged or there is an error.
Description 3.3 Display elements and operator controls AC charging socket The AC charging socket is located below the RFID reader. The cover prevents the ingress of dust and moisture. The integrated shutter represents an additional mechanical protective measure for personal safety and is intended to ensure that the power contacts cannot be touched by fingers or objects.
Emergency stop switch The emergency stop switch is integrated in the charging station's emergency stop loop. Pressing the switch sends a message to the Siemens Configuration backend (charging station management system for configuration purposes and detailed error analyses, see also section 3.9) and to the OCPP backend of the operator (management system with small...
Description 3.3 Display elements and operator controls Locking system & replacing the lock cylinders The door locks and the door opener secure access to the inside of the charging station. At the front, the lock cylinder is in the cover at the top left next to the device door. Remove the cover by pressing upwards.
Description 3.3 Display elements and operator controls The lock cylinder can be removed by loosening the fixing screw on the back of the cover. Insert the new cylinder and secure it. Observe the maximum torque of 2.5 Nm. Then mount the cover back on the charging station.
Description 3.4 Charging ports Charging ports The DC cables mounted on the charging station have the charging plug type CCS or CHAdeMO. These two types differ primarily with respect to their connectors and the number and usage of the individual pins. CCS plug (Combo 2) Figure 3-5 CCS plug (Combo 2)
Description 3.4 Charging ports CHAdeMO plug Figure 3-6 CHAdeMO plug Table 3- 6 Pin assignment of the CHAdeMO plug Contact ① Protective Earth (PE) Protective conductor ② Signal 1 Initialization of the charging process ③ ④ Signal 2 Release/lock the charging process ⑤...
Description 3.4 Charging ports Temperature monitoring Depending on the configuration of the DC charging cables, they also feature integrated temperature measurement. The evaluation of these values ensures increased protection and secure transfer of the charging power. Correct and risk-free use is guaranteed. Performance features CCS* Table 3- 7...
Description 3.5 Design of the charging station Design of the charging station The features can vary depending on the individual configuration of the charging station. Therefore, the maximum possible full configuration is described below. Differences result, for example, from fewer features due to the configuration. The charging station is subdivided into five different areas.
Description 3.5 Design of the charging station In the lower area, the ground cables are connected to the busbars of the charging station (cf. Section Mains connection (Page 66)). From here, the supply of the power lines and the automation as well as other consumers takes place. The protective elements for the internal devices and the fuses for the supplies of the dispensers are also located here.
Description 3.5 Design of the charging station The following figure shows the back of the charging station with open rear panel. The coolant pump (left) is also located in the lower area. The line filter and the DC busbars for the dispensers are arranged to the right next to the coolant pump.
Description 3.6 Dispenser Dispenser The SICHARGE D charging station can optionally supply up to two additional dispensers. For this purpose, the corresponding DC busbar systems for connecting the customer's own infrastructure are prepared on the back of the charging station. The connection options for auxiliary power supply, communication, and integration into the control system of the charging station are located on the front of the charging station.
Description 3.7 Electrical protection devices Electrical protection devices The charging station is equipped with several electrical protection devices. Lightning protection and overvoltage protection Overvoltage protection devices in the electrical supply cables and the external communication cables provide the best possible protection against transient voltages. To prevent device defects, temporary undervoltages or overvoltages with violation of the high or low limits lead to a switch-off of the power-electronic components.
SIM card. This SIM card is the property of the manufacturer and must be removed and returned to Siemens AG after final decommissioning of the charging station by the operator. With the door open, the router is located on the right.
Access to the Configuration Backend is secured by 2-factor authentication. All security- relevant actions are logged. On product start, only selected Siemens employees will have access to the Configuration Backend. The Configuration Backend has the following features: •...
– Inclusion of all components that can be updated (router, PLC, charge controller, application board) • Remote maintenance access for emergencies – For emergencies, Siemens makes secured SSH access available after activation in the Configuration Backend – Access is logged 3.10...
Transport and storage General information Depending on the local conditions and customer requirements, two transport options are available for selection. In general, transport from the factory and to the installation location is by truck. The following options are thus available at the installation location: •...
Transport and storage 4.1 General information DANGER Danger to life due to improper transport If you transport the charging station improperly, the device may tip over. Tipping of the charging station can cause death, serious injury and material damage. • Only qualified persons may transport the charging station. •...
Transport and storage 4.1 General information Transporting the charging station with a forklift Figure 4-1 Transport with a forklift in delivery state To transport the charging station to the installation site with a forklift, proceed as follows: 1. Drive into the load carrier with the forks on the longitudinal side. 2.
Transport and storage 4.1 General information Transporting the charging station with a crane Ensure adequate carrying capacity, depending on the hoisting gear used. Keep an angle of inclination of 15 to 60° between the chain and the load at the attachment point. We recommend, for example, a standard harness with 1 m sling chains of grade 8 or higher.
Transport and storage 4.3 Air transport Air transport Description of packaging If the charging station is sent as air freight, it is placed on a reinforced and insulated wood pallet. In addition, foil protects the charging station from dirt particles and moisture. The packaging consists of the following elements: •...
Transport and storage 4.4 Sea transport Sea transport If the charging station is shipped as sea freight, it is placed on a reinforced and insulated wooden pallet. In addition, an aluminum compound foil protects the charging station inside the wooden box from moisture and salt air. The packaging consists of the following elements: •...
Transport and storage 4.5 Storage Storage Safe operation of the device requires proper storage of the charging station. NOTICE Damage to property due to improper storage Improper storage may result in damage to the charging station, e.g. corrosion damage. • Observe the conditions for proper storage. Storage conditions Store the charging station in a clean, dry internal area.
Installation and mounting Safety instructions In order to mount the charging station safely, observe the following safety instructions. DANGER Electrical shock from contact with exposed electrical connections or components Before starting any installation work, check that the feeder cables have been de-energized and secured against being switched on again unintentionally.
Installation and mounting 5.1 Safety instructions CAUTION Accident risks Avoid accidents and damage to persons, vehicles and the SICHARGE D. Accident risks include inattention, danger of slipping and tripping and vandalism. Provide additional protective measures, for example: • Warning signs •...
Installation and mounting 5.2 Installation location Installation location To operate the charging station safely, you need a location that meets the following requirements. CAUTION Accident risks Avoid accidents and damage to persons, vehicles and the SICHARGE D. Accident risks include inattention, danger of slipping and tripping and vandalism. Provide additional protective measures: •...
Installation and mounting 5.2 Installation location Minimum clearances WARNING Insufficient ventilation Insufficient ventilation clearances result in components overheating and, in the worst case, in the generation of smoke and fire. Severe injuries could result. Furthermore, the service life of installed components is reduced significantly by excess temperatures.
Installation and mounting 5.2 Installation location Shading Protecting the charging station from direct sunlight by means of appropriate shading equipment is recommended. Direct sunlight can additionally heat the charging station and especially the charging cables, which automatically reduces the charging power. In addition, strong UV radiation can cause premature aging of the insulation of the charging cables.
Installation and mounting 5.2 Installation location Bumper To protect the charging station against contact by vehicles, impact protection is recommended (e.g. in the form of a bollard). ① Bumper ② Charging station Figure 5-2 Example: Correct position of the bumper and charging station SICHARGE D Operating Instructions, 02/2021, 8EM5907-0AA00-1AA7.01...
Installation and mounting 5.3 Base area Base area Properties of the base area To ensure the stability of the charging station, the concrete base area must meet the following requirements: • Level • Dry • Sufficiently solid and stable, according to the ground conditions on site Note Illustrations of example The illustrations below serve as examples.
Installation and mounting 5.3 Base area After drilling, insert M12 bolt anchors with suitable fasteners (e.g. dowels). The bolt anchors must protrude about 50 mm from the foundation. Figure 5-4 Example of a foundation with bolt anchors and recesses for the various cables Position the recess for the AC supply cable and DC cable according to the local conditions.
Installation and mounting 5.4 Goods acceptance Goods acceptance 5.4.1 Checking the delivery for completeness and correctness Perform an incoming goods inspection as soon as the goods are delivered. Check the goods for completeness and correctness based on the delivery documents. 5.4.2 Checking the transport packaging Start the inspection of the transport packaging with a visual inspection of the shock indicator.
Installation and mounting 5.4 Goods acceptance Visual inspection and unpacking After you have checked the shock indicator, continue checking the incoming goods with the visual inspection of the overall transport packaging. Any damage should also be reported to the carrier. After the visual inspection, start to unpack the charging station.
Installation and mounting 5.5 Setting up the charging station Setting up the charging station Note Secure and clear communication between the crane or forklift driver and the installer must be guaranteed while the charging station is being positioned and set up. 5.5.1 Preparing cables Prepare all required conductors and connections before you start positioning the charging...
Installation and mounting 5.5 Setting up the charging station 5.5.2 Positioning the charging station To set up the charging station at the site, you need to lift the charging station from the transport pallet using either a crane or a forklift (see section Transport and storage (Page 40)).
Installation and mounting 5.5 Setting up the charging station Positioning the charging station 1. Release the charging station carefully above the base area. Position the four feet with their slots using the concrete anchors. 2. Do not damage the concrete anchors when placing them on the base area. Figure 5-6 Positioning the charging station SICHARGE D...
Installation and mounting 5.5 Setting up the charging station 5.5.3 Inserting the power cable into the cabinet Open the device door and remove the protective cover of the cable connections on the circuit breaker. Pull the cables through the opening in the cabinet floor. WARNING Danger to life when standing under lifted loads If hoisting gear or load handling equipment fail, a lifted load can drop.
Installation and mounting 5.5 Setting up the charging station Securing the charging station Use the four studs in the prepared base (Page 54) to secure the charging station. Use washers, spring washers and nuts to secure the charging station. Select the tightening torque according to your selected bolt anchor.
Installation and mounting 5.5 Setting up the charging station Dispenser If you connect dispensers to the charging station, you must also prepare the second cable entry plate on the back below the busbar taps. In the work steps, proceed in a similar way as with the mains connection.
Installation and mounting 5.5 Setting up the charging station 5.5.6 Installing baseboards Mount the baseboards as follows: 1. Start with the rear baseboard. Use two M6 Allen screws (5 mm Allen wrench) to screw the rail to the rear device support feet. 2.
Installation and mounting 5.6 Connecting the charging station Connecting the charging station 5.6.1 Safety instructions The installer is responsible for the electrical connection of the charging station. The electrical connection of the charging station must be performed in accordance with the relevant regulations (such as conductor cross-section, fuses, ground connection).
Installation and mounting 5.6 Connecting the charging station CAUTION Use personal protective equipment (PPE) Use the required personal protective equipment for the work, such as: • Protective shoes • Helmet • Safety vest • Gloves • Protective goggles CAUTION Accident risks Avoid accidents and damage to persons, vehicles and the SICHARGE D.
Installation and mounting 5.6 Connecting the charging station Requirements • You have removed the protective cover in front of the connections of N, L1, L2 and L3. • You have inserted all cables on the supply side into the cabinet and installed the cable gland plate again.
Installation and mounting 5.6 Connecting the charging station Preparing conductors To connect the individual wires correctly, you need to prepare the individual conductors of the power supply cable. Proceed as follows: 1. Select an M10 cable lug for your conductor cross-section. 2.
Installation and mounting 5.6 Connecting the charging station Connecting the Ethernet cable If you want to establish a connection between the OCPP backend and the charging station via Ethernet, you need to connect the Ethernet cable to the right-hand port (see following figure).
Installation and mounting 5.6 Connecting the charging station 5.6.3 Dispenser If dispensers are to be connected to the charging station, you need to connect the DC cables to the corresponding busbars on the back of the device. Use the fastening material pre- mounted on the connection bars of the charging station.
Installation and mounting 5.6 Connecting the charging station PE conductor First connect the protective conductor of the DC cable to the terminal lug on the right: 1. Select an M10-size cable lug for the corresponding conductor cross-section. 2. Strip off the end of the conductor so that the remaining insulation reaches up to the cable lug.
Installation and mounting 5.6 Connecting the charging station Connections for the auxiliary power supply Figure 5-14 Connections for the auxiliary power supply Connect the line conductors to the circuit breakers and the neutral conductors to the terminals on the right next to the circuit breakers. Cable cross-sections up to a maximum of 4 mm2 can be connected to the terminals for the auxiliary power supply.
Installation and mounting 5.6 Connecting the charging station 5.6.4 Mounting the roof and filter cover To then mount the roof of the charging station, proceed as follows: 1. Loosen the four quarter turn fasteners of the filter box and remove it. 2.
Commissioning Safety precautions before initial commissioning Before initial commissioning, check the charging station in accordance with DIN VDE 0100- 600. This includes, in particular, measuring the impedance of the protective conductor and the insulation resistances. Also check the fuse protection of the charging station on the mains side.
Commissioning 6.2 Switch on charging station To switch on the charging station, proceed as follows: 1. Open the cabinet door. 2. Check whether all circuit breakers and miniature circuit breakers are switched on. The devices are in the AC input area, the automation area and in the door. 3.
Commissioning 6.3 Switching off the charging station Switching off the charging station To shut down the charging station properly, the charging station first needs to be set to maintenance mode (ConfigMode) via the Configuration Backend. Active charging processes are ended, and the circuit breaker disconnects the power lines for charging from the supplying mains.
Operation The SICHARGE D charging station is operated via the touch screen. The individual operator options and menu guidance are described in this section. The illustrations may differ slightly depending on the firmware of the device. Safety instructions Observe the following safety instructions for safe operation of the charging station. Operating the touch screen The touch screen is the central display and operator control of the charging station.
Operation 7.2 Starting the charging process Starting the charging process Getting started The language is selected by tapping on the respective greeting in the desired language. If you tap at any other point instead, the default language or the last selected language is automatically selected (highlighted left and white, in this case, English).
Operation 7.2 Starting the charging process The available charging ports and their states are then displayed. Tap on the charging outlet where you want to charge your vehicle. For better orientation, the arrangement of the outlets on the screen corresponds to the actual arrangement at the charging station as well. In the example below, the CHAdeMO charging cable is located on the left side, the AC charging socket in the middle and the CCS charging cable on the right side.
Operation 7.2 Starting the charging process Connecting the charging cable If the charging cable is not yet connected to the vehicle, you are prompted after the authentication to connect the plug with your vehicle. The charging process starts automatically for the CCS and AC Type 2 plug types. In contrast, if you use the CHAdeMO port for charging, you need to start the charging process manually on the screen.
Operation 7.3 Monitoring the charging process Monitoring the charging process A successfully started charging process can be monitored via the display. The type and volume of the information depends on the charging port and on whether tariff information is available. You can navigate using the arrows to view additional information, including the estimated charging time remaining, the amount of energy drawn, elapsed charging duration, and much more.
Operation 7.4 Stopping the charging process Stopping the charging process Automatic stopping The following scenarios result in automatic termination of the charging process: • Vehicle ends charging process regularly • Vehicle detects a fault • Charging station detects an internal critical error (internal) •...
Operation 7.5 Calling the help function Calling the help function Help can be shown in the upper right-hand corner in almost every view. The operator can import the telephone number of the service hotline via the Configuration Backend. Figure 7-5 Service hotline SICHARGE D Operating Instructions, 02/2021, 8EM5907-0AA00-1AA7.01...
Behavior in the event of errors and error messages In the event of an error, the charging station automatically performs error diagnostics. In the event of an error, it sends one or more error messages to the OCPP backend (see section 3.10 (Page 39)) and the Configuration Backend (see section 3.9 (Page 38)).
Behavior in the event of errors and error messages 8.1 "Emergency Stop pressed" error message "Emergency Stop pressed" error message To bring the charging station into a safe state immediately in case of danger, the charging station is equipped with an Emergency Stop switch. When you press the Emergency Stop switch on the front, the display of the charging station shows an error message.
Behavior in the event of errors and error messages 8.2 "Out of service" error message "Out of service" error message The control system of the charging station detects automatically when a critical fault is present. If a critical error occurs, the control system puts the device or the charging outlet out of service.
Behavior in the event of errors and error messages 8.3 "Outlet not available" error message "Outlet not available" error message If the control system detects that only one charging outlet is affected by an error case, only this charging outlet is locked selectively. A complete failure of the charging station does not occur.
Behavior in the event of errors and error messages 8.4 "Reinsertion of charging cable" error message "Reinsertion of charging cable" error message It may happen that the customer's own AC charging cable is not locked correctly the first time it is plugged in. No charging process can be started in this case. The user is then asked to plug in the charging cable again.
Maintenance and service Safety instructions To ensure the safety of persons and property during maintenance and servicing of the charging station, observe the following safety instructions. WARNING Qualified personnel Only qualified and trained persons may work on SICHARGE D. Only qualified and instructed electricians may work on the SICHARGE D.
Maintenance and service 9.1 Safety instructions WARNING Fall arrester Use approved protective equipment to protect persons, components and tools against falling from a working height of 1 m. WARNING Falling parts When working at an elevated height, watch out for falling parts, cables or plugs. CAUTION Risk of tripping or slipping Keep the work area clean and tidy to prevent tripping and slipping.
Maintenance and service 9.2 Maintenance plan Maintenance plan The following maintenance measures are required to maintain the functionality and operational safety of the charging station. Times of testing After commissioning, carry out the tests at the following intervals: • 6 months after commissioning •...
Maintenance and service 9.2 Maintenance plan Check the outside of the charging station Run the following tests: Type of test Checks Visual inspection to ensure proper condition • Check the exterior of the cabinet for visible damage, stickers, graffiti, etc. •...
Maintenance and service 9.2 Maintenance plan Checking the fan Run the following tests: Type of test Checks Visual inspection to ensure proper condition • Check contact protection cover • Check cabinet for visible damage • Check blades for visible damage •...
Maintenance and service 9.3 Servicing the charging station Servicing the charging station 9.3.1 Cleaning the touch screen The touch screen is designed for low-maintenance operation. Clean the touch screen regularly to ensure that the touch screen is in perfect condition. WARNING Electric shock due to water ingress Water entering the charging station can damage the charging station.
Maintenance and service 9.3 Servicing the charging station 9.3.2 Cleaning the cabinet WARNING Electric shock due to water ingress Water entering the charging station can damage the charging station. If the unit is damaged, dangerous voltages may be present on the cabinet or exposed components, which can cause serious injury or death if touched.
Maintenance and service 9.3 Servicing the charging station 9.3.3 Replacing an air filter The air filters of the charging station remove the dust from the outside air pulled in for cooling the interior. With increasing operating time, the filtered dust particles reduce the air flow through the filters.
Maintenance and service 9.4 Spare parts Replace filter mats above Figure 9-2 Replace filter mats above 1. Open the rear device door. 2. Loosen the panel with the ventilation slots on the rear of the charging station. Pull the hooks down and rotate them to the side to lock them in place.
Disposal Environmental protection and the preservation of resources are of high priority for our company goals. Global environmental management according to ISO 14001 ensures adherence to laws and sets high standards for this. Environmentally friendly design, technical safety and health protection are solid targets even during the development of our products. The charging station is ROHS-compliant.
Technical specifications For technical specifications, refer to the document with the order number 8EM5907-0AA00-2AA7. These can be found here: (https://new.siemens.com/global/en/products/energy/medium-voltage/solutions/emobility- manuals.html) SICHARGE D Operating Instructions, 02/2021, 8EM5907-0AA00-1AA7.01...
European Union. Safekeeping location of the declaration of conformity SIEMENS AG keeps the EU Declaration of Conformity of the charging station available for the responsible authorities at the following location: SIEMENS AG...
List of abbreviations and explanation of terms Abbreviations The following abbreviations are used in these instructions: Abbreviation Term Alternating Current Controller Area Network Combined Charging System Direct Current OCPP Open Charge Point Protocol Polyethylene Protective Earth Human Machine Interface State of Charge Width across flats RFID Radio Frequency Identification Device...
Checklist for commissioning Table B- 1 Checklist Work step Done Check installation location Check sufficient lighting Check minimum clearances: • front: 0.80 m • side: 1 m • rear: 1 m • top: 0.20 m Prepare & check the base area Base area level? Base area dry? Carrying capacity sufficient for overall weight of the charging station?
Checklist for commissioning Work step Done If applicable, document and report damage, deviations and missing components Acknowledgment and confirmation by carrier Transport to base area and prepare for setup Transport to the base area If crane: Mount crane lugs Remove cable gland plates Set up the charging station If applicable, Mount crane lugs and fasten the hoisting gear Loosen screw connection with load carrier...