Fluke FEV300 Kit with Type 1 & 2 Connectors -| Test Adapter for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations


Introducing the Fluke FEV300 Test Adapter Kit with Type 1 and Type 2 connectors designed to test the function and safety of mode 3 AC charging stations.

This adapter imitates an electric vehicle and opens up a charging cycle (activating voltage/current output), allowing for comprehensive testing with instruments like the Fluke 1664 FC installation tester and/or an oscilloscope.

With the FEV300 Adapter, charging stations can be tested in accordance with IEC/EN 61851-1 and IEC/HD 60364-7-722 standards.

Give your customers the peace of mind that comes with knowing their electric vehicle charging station is safe and reliable.

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    Fluke FEV300 Kit with Type 1 & 2 Connectors

    Test the safety and functionality of electric vehicle charging stations.

    The Fluke FEV300 is a test adapter that is designed for electric vehicle charging stations. The IP 54 rating ensures that your adapter will be protected from dust and splashing water, making them durable and long-lasting.

    It is suitable for use with charging mode 3 and comes with EV socket-outlet type 2 and EV connectors for type 2 and type 1. This allows it to fit a variety of different charging stations.

    Additionally, the Fluke FEV300 has a safety feature that tests the PE conductor for possible presence of dangerous voltage against earth. This makes it an essential piece of equipment for any electric vehicle charging station.

    With Proximity Pilot (PP) state rotary switch, the adapter can simulate various current capabilities of charging cables. And with Control Pilot (CP) state rotary switch selector all charging states can be simulated. Simulation of CP error “E”, simulation of PE error (Earth fault).

    If the voltage is present at the charging output, three LED lamps indicate this phase.

    Use the Fluke FEV300 Test Adapter for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations to connect test devices like installation testers to perform safety and functional tests. Measuring terminals L1, L2, L3, N, and PE can be used to connect test devices like installation testers.

    This product is capable of integrating into the Fluke portfolio of test and measurement tools, by allowing direct connection through FEV measurement terminals. Combine with Fluke 1664 FC allows safety measurements via the measuring terminals like earth bond, insulation, loop/line impedance, and RCD trip test.

    The Fluke FEV300 is a test adapter that allows you to check the communication between your electric vehicle and the charging station (Terminals for CP signal output). This can be done by using a ScopeMeter® or multimeter to measure the voltage level, which defines the charging modes, and the duty cycle of the PWM signal, which defines the maximum allowable charging current.

    Two different connectors

    With two different configurations available, it is easy to connect to any type of EV charging station. The FEV300-CON-TY1 Type 1 Plug provides a reliable connection to EV charging stations with a Type 1 vehicle connector, while the FEV300-CON-TY2 Type 2 Plug is perfect for connecting to EV charging stations with a Type 2 socket outlet or a Type 2 vehicle connector.



    Correlation between vehicle state and CP signal

    Vehicle State


    PWM voltage at CP terminal


    Electric vehicle (EV) not connected

    A1: +12 V or

    A2: ±12 V PWM (1 kHz)


    Electric vehicle (EV) connected, not ready to charge

    B1: +9 V or

    B2: +9 V / -12 V PWM (1 kHz)


    Electric vehicle (EV) connected, ventilation not required, ready to charge

    C1: +6 V or

    C2: +6 V / -12 V PWM (1 kHz)


    Electric vehicle (EV) connected, ventilation required, ready to charge

    D1: +3 V or

    D2: +3 V / -12 V PWM (1 kHz)