New Standard Covers EV Charging Across Networks

New Standard Covers EV Charging Across Networks

This piece was originally published in the January/February 2020 issue of electroindustry.

Ann Brandstadter, Manager, Standards Publications and Marketing, NEMA

EV Charging Network Interoperability Standard—A Contactless RFID Credential for Authentication (UR Interface) addresses the credentials part of a complex standardization system allowing electric vehicle (EV) drivers to recharge their vehicle batteries across different EV charging networks.

NEMA EVSE 1-2018 is available for $160 in hard copy and in electronic download at no cost.

ANSI C137.1-2019 American National Standard for Lighting Systems—0-10V Dimming Interface for LED Drivers, Fluorescent Ballasts, and Controls is available for $90 in hard copy and electronic download.

ANSI C137.4-2019 American National Standard for Lighting Systems—Digital Interface with Auxiliary Power is available for $80 in hard copy and electronic download.

ANSI C78.53-2019 American National Standard for Electric Lamps—Performance Specifications for Direct Replacement LED (Light Emitting Diode) Lamps is available for $75 in hard copy and electronic download.

ANSI C136.58-2019 American National Standard for Luminaire Four-Pin Extension Module and Receptacle—Physical and Electrical Interchangeability and Testing is available for $50 in hard copy and electronic download.

ANSI C136.4 2019 American National Standard for Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment—Series Sockets and Series-Socket Receptacles is available for $66 in hard copy and electronic download. ei

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