CN201750168U - Fast charging system of electric vehicle - Google Patents

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CN201750168U
CN201750168U CN2010200564779U CN201020056477U CN201750168U CN 201750168 U CN201750168 U CN 201750168U CN 2010200564779 U CN2010200564779 U CN 2010200564779U CN 201020056477 U CN201020056477 U CN 201020056477U CN 201750168 U CN201750168 U CN 201750168U
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Abstract

The utility model discloses a fast charging system of an electric vehicle, which comprises a ground fast charging interface and an energy storage station, wherein the energy storing station is a storage battery pack with the power of at least 10000KW/H formed by directly connecting at least two storage batteries capable of being repeatedly charged and discharged in parallel or/and in series, external electric energy is stored to the set power in a trickle charging way, and is then used for charging the electric vehicle through the ground fast charging interface, and the charging energy source of the ground fast charging interface is directly provided by the energy storing station. The utility model is simple in composition, can meet the electric energy supplementation for the electric vehicle for running for a long time, and provides reliable assurance for the normal running of simultaneous running by thousands of electric vehicles. The influence during peak electricity consumption of a public electric network can be avoided, and in addition, and the normal electricity consumption of the public electric network can not be influenced when thousands of electric vehicles are charged at the same time. The utility model can thoroughly solve the charging problem of a large number of pure electric vehicles in the normal running and operation, and is favorable for accelerating the popularized generation use of clean and environment protection type pure electric vehicles.

Description

A kind of electric vehicle quick charge system

Technical field

The utility model relates to charging, especially relates to a kind of electric vehicle quick charge system.For satisfying the charging system technology of making the electric vehicle quick charge of tractive effort by storage battery for a long time.

Background technology

If 100 pure electronic public transport motor buses are arranged in the zone when putting into effect, each car 300 kilometers power power consumptions that just need about 300KW/H that travel every day, per 100 will 30000KW/H; And 1000 will 300000KW/H; Just need the power electric weight more than the 3000000KW/H every day more than 10000.The charging modes of existing electric motor car is a lot, can adopt onboard charger to charge, can be by building charging device on the ground or set up power supply wiring in the air electric motor car is charged, can also solar cell be installed on one's body or wind energy, vibrational energy etc. are directly charged to the tractive effort battery pack in the electric motor car at electric bicycle.Yet these modes all can't solve the energy that electric motor car obtains mileages of continuation far away within a short period of time.Even wired charging pitching pile, wired charging inlet or the wireless electric coil that send of the similar tradition oiling standing posture of quantity Matching are installed on the ground in a zone, or some are installed in the place of appointment are chargers of specific electric bus charging specially, each electric motor car is replenished at short notice the energy of 300KW/H, do not accomplish at all yet, thousands of electric motor cars charge simultaneously and will cause the harm of public electric wire net short time paralysis, therefore, electric motor car promotes the popularization use in also being difficult to really on a large scale.As for adopting the battery that to accept 10 above rate capability current charges, there is not supporting quick charge facility at present yet.

The utility model content

Technical problem to be solved in the utility model is to remedy the defective that above-mentioned prior art exists, and a kind of electric vehicle quick charge system is provided.

The utility model based on.

Technical problem of the present utility model is solved by the following technical programs.

This electric vehicle quick charge system comprises ground quick charge interface.

The characteristics of this electric vehicle quick charge system are: also comprise the energy storage station, described energy storage station is directly to be connected or/and the power that composes in parallel is at least the batteries of 10000KW/H by at least 2 rechargeable storage batterys, external electric flux is stored to the power of setting with trickle charge, charges to electric motor car by ground quick charge interface again.

The charging energy of described ground quick charge interface is directly provided by described energy storage station, directly provides by public electric wire net anything but, and to guarantee the public electric wire net normal power supply, convenient again universal pure electric vehicle quick charge.

Technical problem of the present utility model is solved by following further technical scheme.

The inverter that the front end of described batteries is provided with system matches claims the AC/DC transducer again, described inverter is connected with at least a input in public electric wire net, earthbound solar energy power supply, the wind energy power supply, long-term is described battery charging, to replenish the electric energy that holding power is at least 10000KW/H.

When public electric wire net power supply peak, described batteries is stopped charging; And when public electric wire net power supply low ebb, start at once described batteries is charged.

The end of described batteries is provided with the DC/DC device with system matches, and the output of described DC/DC device directly connects with described ground quick charge interface and is connected, and is used for electric motor car is charged.

The batteries that described power is at least 10000KW/H is a kind of in the batteries of the batteries of batteries, 30000KW/H of 10000KW/H and 1000000KW/H.

Described energy storage station is a kind of in underground energy-accumulating station, the energy storage station, ground, and energy storage station, ground can be because of environment, geographical requirement setting.

Described ground quick charge interface is wired charging pitching pile, wired charging inlet and wirelessly send a kind of in the electric coil.

The described wireless electric coil that send is an a kind of wireless output winding in noncontact electromagnetic induction charged circuit, non-contact magnetically resonance charging circuit and the noncontact microwave charging circuit.

Described ground quick charge interface is at least 10, and 1 ground quick charge interface of energy storage station coupling of every 3000KW/H calibration power, each ground quick charge interface are once to an electric motor car charging.1000 or 10000 quick charge interfaces just can be installed on the ground in the energy storage station of 100 30000KW/H or 300000KW/H, are that 1000 or 10000 electric motor cars charge simultaneously simultaneously.

Described ground quick charge interface is a kind of in the charging inlet of fixing output DC700V/1000A, adjustable output DC12V~800V/10A~2000A, is fit to battery-operated motor cycle, electric sedan, electronic mini-bus, electronic big bus and various electronic city bus are carried out quick charge.

But described ground quick charge interface is the charging inlet that adopts the printable bill of automatic charging of smart card.

The beneficial effect that the utility model is compared with the prior art is:

Electric vehicle quick charge system of the present utility model is formed simple, can satisfy electric motor car and obtain electric energy supplement for a long time and travel, for thousands upon thousands electric motor cars cruising of setting out on a journey simultaneously provides reliable assurance.Not only be not subjected to the influence of public electric wire net when the electricity consumption of peak, and when thousands upon thousands electric motor cars charge simultaneously, will never disturb the normal electricity consumption of public electric wire net.Can thoroughly solve the charging difficult problem of mass pure electric vehicles in cruising, operation, help accelerating to popularize use clean and environment-friendly pure electric vehicle.

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Fig. 1 is that the system that comprises the utility model embodiment at underground energy-accumulating station forms schematic diagram;

Fig. 2 is that the system that comprises the utility model embodiment at energy storage station, ground forms schematic diagram.

Embodiment

Below in conjunction with embodiment and contrast accompanying drawing the utility model is elaborated.

Embodiment one

The electric vehicle quick charge system that comprises the underground energy-accumulating station as shown in Figure 1, comprise ground quick charge interface 1 and underground energy-accumulating station 2, underground energy-accumulating station 2 is directly to be connected or/and the power that composes in parallel is at least the batteries 3 of 10000KW/H by at least 2 rechargeable storage batterys.External electric flux is stored to the power of setting with trickle charge, gives electric motor car 4 chargings by ground quick charge interface 1 again.The charging energy of ground quick charge interface 1 is directly provided by underground energy-accumulating station 2, is directly provided by public electric wire net anything but.

The inverter 5 that the front end of batteries 3 is provided with system matches claims the AC/DC transducer again, inverter 5 is connected with at least a input 6 in public electric wire net, earthbound solar energy power supply, the wind energy power supply, long-term is batteries 3 chargings, to replenish the electric energy that holding power is at least 10000KW/H.When public electric wire net power supply peak, batteries 3 is stopped charging; And when public electric wire net power supply low ebb, start at once batteries 3 is charged.

The end of batteries 3 is provided with the DC/DC device 7 with system matches, and the output of DC/DC device 7 directly connects with ground quick charge interface 1 and is connected, and is used for electric motor car 4 is charged.

But ground quick charge interface 1 is the charging inlet that adopts the printable bill of automatic charging of smart card, be at least 10,1 ground quick charge interface of energy storage station coupling of every 3000KW/H calibration power, each ground quick charge interface are once to an electric motor car charging.

Ground quick charge interface 1 is the charging inlet of fixing output DC700V/1000A, adjustable output DC12V~800V/10A~2000A, is fit to battery-operated motor cycle, electric sedan, electronic mini-bus, electronic big bus and various electronic city bus are carried out quick charge.

Embodiment two

The electric vehicle quick charge system that comprises energy storage station, ground as shown in Figure 2, with the difference of embodiment one be that energy storage station, ground 8 substitutes underground energy-accumulating stations 2, energy storage station, ground 7 can be because of environment, geographical requirement setting.

Above content be in conjunction with concrete preferred implementation to further describing that the utility model is done, can not assert that concrete enforcement of the present utility model is confined to these explanations.For the utility model person of an ordinary skill in the technical field; under the prerequisite that does not break away from the utility model design, make some alternative or obvious modification that are equal to; and performance or purposes are identical, all should be considered as belonging to the scope of patent protection that the utility model is determined by claims of being submitted to.

Claims (10)

1. an electric vehicle quick charge system comprises ground quick charge interface, it is characterized in that:
Also comprise the energy storage station, described energy storage station is directly to be connected or/and the power that composes in parallel is at least the batteries of 10000KW/H by at least 2 rechargeable storage batterys, external electric flux is stored to the power of setting with trickle charge, charges to electric motor car by ground quick charge interface again;
The charging energy of described ground quick charge interface is directly provided by described energy storage station.
2. electric vehicle quick charge system according to claim 1 is characterized in that:
The front end of described batteries is provided with the inverter with system matches, and described inverter is connected with at least a input in public electric wire net, earthbound solar energy power supply, the wind energy power supply.
3. electric vehicle quick charge system according to claim 1 and 2 is characterized in that:
When public electric wire net power supply peak, described batteries is stopped charging; And when public electric wire net power supply low ebb, start at once described batteries is charged.
4. electric vehicle quick charge system according to claim 3 is characterized in that:
The end of described batteries is provided with the DC/DC device with system matches, and the output of described DC/DC device directly connects with described ground quick charge interface and is connected.
5. electric vehicle quick charge system according to claim 4 is characterized in that:
The batteries that described power is at least 10000KW/H is a kind of in the batteries of the batteries of batteries, 30000KW/H of 10000KW/H and 1000000KW/H.
6. electric vehicle quick charge system according to claim 5 is characterized in that:
Described energy storage station is a kind of in underground energy-accumulating station, the energy storage station, ground, and energy storage station, described ground can be because of environment, geographical requirement setting.
7. electric vehicle quick charge system according to claim 6 is characterized in that:
Described ground quick charge interface is wired charging pitching pile, wired charging inlet and wirelessly send a kind of in the electric coil, and the described wireless electric coil that send is an a kind of wireless output winding in noncontact electromagnetic induction charged circuit, non-contact magnetically resonance charging circuit and the noncontact microwave charging circuit.
8. electric vehicle quick charge system according to claim 7 is characterized in that:
Described ground quick charge interface is at least 10, and 1 ground quick charge interface of energy storage station coupling of every 3000KW/H calibration power, each ground quick charge interface are once to an electric motor car charging.
9. electric vehicle quick charge system according to claim 8 is characterized in that:
Described ground quick charge interface is a kind of in the charging inlet of fixing output DC700V/1000A, adjustable output DC12V~800V/10A~2000A.
10. electric vehicle quick charge system according to claim 9 is characterized in that:
But described ground quick charge interface is the charging inlet that adopts the printable bill of automatic charging of smart card.
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