HomePlug Green Phy for Charging Stations

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Modules and Chips Configured for EVSE

Are you interested in developing a charging station for electric vehicles that enables communication between the vehicle and the charging station? CODICO offers HomePlug Green Phy Powerline Communication Modules and Chips configured for eMobility applications on the charging station side (EVSE, Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment).

Communication according to ISO/IEC 15118/ DIN 70121/ SAE J2847/2 is based on HomePlug Green Phy or IEEE1901 standard. These standards deal with the interaction between plug-in electric vehicles (PEV) and the charging stations. Thereby the Power Line Signal is modulated onto the Control Pilot Wire (CP) in the charging cable against protective earth. Because of the fact that the electro vehicle charging cables are short compared with cables in PLC applications in the home over mains/ 230V it is required to reduce the transmit power level of the PLC signal.

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How Is This Reduction Achieved?

This reduction in transmit power level is achieved by using a 1:1:1 signal transformer compared with the 1:5:4 that is typically used in mains applications. In addition transmit power level is further reduced by modifying the configuration file of the Green Phy Chips. As PLC nodes in charging stations are requested to have a different behaviour than the ones in the electro vehicles more modifications of the so called PIB-File (Parameter Information Block File) are required.

Choose Between ICs, Modules and Evaluation Boards

In the area of ISO/IEC 15118/ DIN 70121/ SAE J2847/2 communication CODICO offers both HomePlug Green Phy compliant ICs from QUALCOMM (QCA7000 and QCA7005) and supports embedded designs with these chips under certain circumstances.

Beside the chips CODICO offers a a number of modules and evaluation boards based on these Chips where all necessary modifactions and adaptions are already made.

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8DEVICES was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Vilnius, Lithuania. It is a private holding company with now more than 110 employees. 8DEVICES focuses on the development and production of module solutions for Wi-Fi applications. Since 2016, they have been an official ADC (Authorized Design Center) partner of QUALCOMM with the license and experience to provide in-depth technical support for custom designs. In addition to Wi-Fi, 8DEVICES has also been offering PLC module solutions since 2022, all of which are also based on QUALCOMM technology.

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DEVOLO enables smart connectivity and inspires businesses as well as consumers to embrace the opportunities of our digital world. The main business area is solutions based on Powerline Communications (PLC), which use existing wiring for data transmission.

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INSYS icom develops routers, gateways and managed services "Made in Germany" for secure industrial data communication, networking and smart charging of electric vehicles with passion. NSYS thus supports enthusiastic customers in realizing their digitization and IoT projects profitably.

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QUALCOMM is a fabless semiconductor company, headquartered in San Diego, California and a global leader in cellular and wireless communications for the consumer, automotive and industrial markets. CODICO has been working with Qualcomm for over 20 years and we are now their largest distributor in Europe. Our long standing partnership with Qualcomm means we can offer our customers access to the entire portfolio of leading edge technologies including their latest SoC platforms with market leading 5G, AI, XR technologies.

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SEVENSTAX is a software specialist with a wide range of protocol stack implementations, specifically designed for the use in embedded systems. All embedded software products are developed in-house based on the SEVENSTAX quality criteria.

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