ISO 14687-2:2012 specifies the quality characteristics of hydrogen fuel in order to ensure uniformity of the hydrogen product as dispensed for utilization in proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell road vehicle systems.
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This document defines the minimum requirements to ensure the interoperability of hydrogen refuelling points, including refuelling protocols that dispense gaseous hydrogen to road vehicles (e.g. Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles) that comply with legislation applicable to such vehicles.
The safety and performance requirements for the entire hydrogen fuelling station, addressed in accordance with existing relevant European and national legislation, are not included in this document.
NOTE Guidance on considerations for hydrogen fuelling stations is provided in ISO 19880-1.
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EN-ISO 17268 defines the design, safety and operation characteristics of gaseous hydrogen land vehicle (GHLV) refuelling connectors.GHLV refuelling connectors consist of the following components, as applicable:- receptacle and protective cap (mounted on vehicle);- nozzle;- communication hardware.This document is applicable to refuelling connectors which have nominal working pressures or hydrogen service levels up to 70 MPa.This document is not applicable to refuelling connectors dispensing blends of hydrogen with natural gas.
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IEC/IEEE 80005-1:2019 is available as IEC/IEEE 80005-1:2019 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.
IEC/IEEE 80005-1:2019 describes high-voltage shore connection (HVSC) systems, onboard the ship and on shore, to supply the ship with electrical power from shore. This document is applicable to the design, installation and testing of HVSC systems and addresses:
- HV shore distribution systems,
- shore-to-ship connection and interface equipment,
- semiconductor/rotating frequency convertors,
- ship distribution systems, and
- control, monitoring, interlocking and power management systems.
It does not apply to the electrical power supply during docking periods, for example dry docking and other out of service maintenance and repair. Additional and/or alternative requirements can be imposed by national administrations or the authorities within whose jurisdiction the ship is intended to operate and/or by the owners or authorities responsible for a shore supply or distribution system. It is expected that HVSC systems will have practicable applications for ships requiring 1 MVA or more or ships with HV main supply. Low-voltage shore connection systems are not covered by this document. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2012. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) modification of 4.1, Figure 1: transformer on ship is optional, earthing switches on ship removed;
b) 4.2.2 and new item 11.3: alternative procedure of periodic testing added;
c) modification of 4.9:
- minimum current value in the safety circuits shall be 50 mA;
- opening of safety loop shall cause the automatic opening of ship and shore HVSC circuit breakers in a maximum time of 200 ms;
d) modification of 5.2: added Figure on harmonic contents;
e) modification of 6.2.3:
– earthing transformer with resistor can be used also on the secondary side;
– neutral earthing resistor rating in amperes shall be minimum 25 A, 5 s;
f) modification of all annexes: the safety circuits shall be mandatory;
g) modification of A.2.1: a metallic shield shall be installed at least on the power cores or common on pilot wires;
h) modification of B.7.2.1: new safety circuit introduced: single line diagram and description;
i) modification of C.4.1: SLD for cruise ships was updated, also the safety circuits to be coherent with main body, IEC symbols and introduced more details about the control socket-outlets and plugs manufacturer type;
j) modification of C.7.3.1:
- shore power connector pin assignment is updated;
- all cruise ships shall use 4 cables in all cases;
k) added D.6.1: the supply point on shore can be fixed or movable;
l) modification of D.7.3.2: the voltage used in the pilot circuit for container ships shall be less than 60 V DC or 25 V AC.
m) added D.8.6 and D.9.3.1: automatic restart and synchronization alternatives;
n) Annex E set to informative;
o) Annex F set to informative.
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ISO 14469:2017 specifies CNG refuelling nozzles and receptacles constructed entirely of new and unused parts and materials, for road vehicles powered by compressed natural gas. A CNG refuelling connector consists of, as applicable, the receptacle and its protective cap (mounted on the vehicle) and the nozzle.
ISO 14469:2017 is applicable only to such devices designed for a service pressure of 20 MPa (200 bar) and 25 MPa (250 bar), to those using CNG according to ISO 15403‑1 and ISO 15403‑2 and having standardized mating components, and to connectors that prevent natural gas vehicles from being fuelled by dispensers with service pressures higher than that of the vehicle, while allowing them to be fuelled by dispensers with service pressures less than or equal to the vehicle fuel system service pressure.
ISO 14469:2017 refers to service pressures of 20 MPa and 25 MPa for:
- size 1: B200 and B250;
- size 2: C200 and C250.
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This part of IEC 62196 applies to plugs, socket-outlets, vehicle connectors and vehicle inlets with pins and contact-tubes of standardized configurations, herein referred to as accessories.
They have a nominal rated operating voltage not exceeding 480 V a.c., 50 Hz to 60 Hz, and a rated current not exceeding 63 A three-phase or 70 A single phase, for use in conductive charging of electric vehicles.
This part of IEC 62196 covers the basic interface accessories for vehicle supply as specified in IEC 62196-1, and intended for use in conductive charging systems for circuits specified in IEC 61851-1:2010.
NOTE 1 Electric road vehicles (EV) implies all road vehicles, including plug-in hybrid road vehicles (PHEV), that derive all or part of their energy from RESS.
These accessories are intended to be used for circuits specified in IEC 61851-1:2010 which operate at different voltages and frequencies and which may include extra-low voltage (ELV) and communication signals.
These accessories may be used for bidirectional power transfer (under consideration). This standard applies to accessories to be used in an ambient temperature between –30 °C and +50 °C.
NOTE 2 In the following country, other requirements regarding the lower temperature may apply: NO.
NOTE 3 In the following country, –35 °C applies: SE.
These accessories are intended to be connected only to cables with copper or copper-alloy conductors.
Vehicle inlet and vehicle connector to this standard are intended to be used for charging in modes 1, 2 and 3, cases B and C. The socket-outlets and plugs covered by this standard are intended to be used for charging mode 3 only, case A and B.
The modes and permissible connections are specified in IEC 62196-1:2014.
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This part of IEC 62196 is applicable to vehicle couplers with pins and contact-tubes of
standardized configuration, herein also referred to as “accessories”, intended for use in
electric vehicle conductive charging systems which incorporate control means, with rated
operating voltage up to 1 500 V d.c. and rated current up to 250 A, and 1 000 V a.c. and rated
current up to 250 A.
This part of IEC 62196 applies to high power d.c. interfaces and combined a.c./d.c. interfaces
of vehicle couplers specified in IEC 62196-1:2014, and intended for use in conductive
charging systems for circuits specified in IEC 61851-1:2010, and IEC 61851-23:2014.
The d.c. vehicle connectors covered by this part of the standard are used only in charging
mode 4, according to Case C in Clause 6.2 of IEC 61851-1:2010, Figure 3 in Clause 6.3.1 of
IEC 61851-1:2010 and IEC 62196-2:2011.
The d.c. vehicle inlets covered by this part of the standard are used only in charging mode 4,
according to Case C in Clause 6.2 of IEC 61851-1:2010, Figure 3 in Clause 6.3.1 of
These vehicle couplers are intended to be used for circuits similar to those specified in
IEC 61851-23 which operate at different voltages and which may include ELV and
This part of IEC 62196 applies to the vehicle couplers to be used in an ambient temperature
of between –30 °C and +50 °C.
NOTE 1 In some countries, other requirements may apply.
NOTE 2 In the following country, –35 °C applies: SE.
These vehicle couplers are intended to be connected only to cables with copper or copperalloy
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