Most of us are aware that EVSE’s must have a Charge Circuit Interruption Device (CCID) in order to be compliant to safety standard UL 2231-1 & 2.
However a new rule which came into force on November 21st says that the CCID must be fully tested on every EVSE at production End-of-Line.
At Gridtest we believe this is good practice as we’ve seen examples of public EVSE’s installed with the CCID either disabled or faulty. Check out UL-2231 Appendix D for more details on the rule change. The Gridtest EVE-100 provides automated functional and safety testing which includes RCD and GFI testing.