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JP5365366B2
JP5365366B2 JP2009149371A JP2009149371A JP5365366B2 JP 5365366 B2 JP5365366 B2 JP 5365366B2 JP 2009149371 A JP2009149371 A JP 2009149371A JP 2009149371 A JP2009149371 A JP 2009149371A JP 5365366 B2 JP5365366 B2 JP 5365366B2
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Provided is a vehicle charging system that, when cable coming off has occurred during charging in a setting in which a plurality of charging stations are placed in one place, enables the charging stations to identify a vehicle at which the cable coming off has occurred, and a state of the vehicle at the time of occurrence of the cable coming off. Wireless communication is established before charging by use of a vehicle ID. Then, upon occurrence of cable coming off during the charging, a cable coming-off detection signal, monitoring information and the vehicle ID are transmitted by the wireless communication from a charging control apparatus (11) to a charging station (12). The cable coming-off detection signal indicates that a cable has come off during charging. The monitoring information indicates a state of a vehicle.

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本発明は、充電ステーションからケーブルを介して車両に搭載される充電制御装置に電力を供給する車両充電システムに関する。   The present invention relates to a vehicle charging system that supplies electric power from a charging station to a charging control device mounted on a vehicle via a cable.
図7は、従来の車両充電システムを示す図である。
図7に示す車両充電システム70は、電気自動車やプラグインハイブリット自動車などの車両に搭載される充電制御装置71と、その充電制御装置71に電力を供給する充電ステーション72とを有して構成される。
FIG. 7 is a diagram showing a conventional vehicle charging system.
A vehicle charging system 70 shown in FIG. 7 includes a charging control device 71 mounted on a vehicle such as an electric vehicle or a plug-in hybrid vehicle, and a charging station 72 that supplies electric power to the charging control device 71. The
充電制御装置71は、充電器73と、充電制御回路74と、PLC(Power Line Communications)ユニット75と、ケーブル外れ検出回路76と、インレット77と、メモリ78とを備えて構成される。   The charge control device 71 includes a charger 73, a charge control circuit 74, a PLC (Power Line Communications) unit 75, a cable disconnection detection circuit 76, an inlet 77, and a memory 78.
充電ステーション72は、商用電源79と、ケーブル80と、ケーブル80の端部に設けられるプラグ81と、商用電源79とケーブル80との間に設けられるリレー82と、送電制御回路83と、PLCユニット84と、認証回路85とを備えて構成される。   The charging station 72 includes a commercial power source 79, a cable 80, a plug 81 provided at an end of the cable 80, a relay 82 provided between the commercial power source 79 and the cable 80, a power transmission control circuit 83, and a PLC unit. 84 and an authentication circuit 85.
まず、車両の所有者(以下、ユーザという)によりプラグ81がインレット77に接続される。すると、ケーブル外れ検出回路76は、プラグ81がインレット77に接続されたことを検出し、その旨を示す信号を充電制御回路74に出力する。   First, the plug 81 is connected to the inlet 77 by the owner of the vehicle (hereinafter referred to as a user). Then, the cable disconnection detection circuit 76 detects that the plug 81 is connected to the inlet 77 and outputs a signal indicating that to the charge control circuit 74.
次に、充電制御回路74は、メモリ78に記憶される車両IDをPLCユニット75からケーブル80を介して充電ステーション72のPLCユニット84に送信する。
次に、認証回路85は、PLCユニット84で受信された識別情報に基づいて充電が許可された車両であるか否かの認証処理を行い、その認証結果をPLCユニット84及び送電制御回路83にそれぞれ出力する。このとき、認証結果が成功である場合、送電制御回路83は、リレー82を接続して商用電源79とケーブル80とを電気的に接続する。
Next, the charging control circuit 74 transmits the vehicle ID stored in the memory 78 from the PLC unit 75 to the PLC unit 84 of the charging station 72 via the cable 80.
Next, the authentication circuit 85 performs an authentication process as to whether or not the vehicle is allowed to be charged based on the identification information received by the PLC unit 84, and sends the authentication result to the PLC unit 84 and the power transmission control circuit 83. Output each. At this time, if the authentication result is successful, the power transmission control circuit 83 connects the commercial power supply 79 and the cable 80 by connecting the relay 82.
次に、PLCユニット84は、認証結果をケーブル80を介して充電制御装置71のPLCユニット75に送信する。
次に、充電制御回路74は、PLCユニット75で受信された認証結果が成功である場合、充電器73の動作を制御し、ケーブル80を介して充電ステーション72から供給される電力により充電池86を充電する。
Next, the PLC unit 84 transmits the authentication result to the PLC unit 75 of the charge control device 71 via the cable 80.
Next, when the authentication result received by the PLC unit 75 is successful, the charging control circuit 74 controls the operation of the charger 73 and uses the power supplied from the charging station 72 via the cable 80 to recharge the battery 86. To charge.
そして、充電制御回路74は、充電池86の充電状態がユーザにより設定される充電状態になると、充電器73の動作を停止させる。また、送電制御回路83は、充電池86の充電状態がユーザにより設定される充電状態になると、リレー82を切断する。   Then, the charging control circuit 74 stops the operation of the charger 73 when the charging state of the rechargeable battery 86 becomes a charging state set by the user. Further, the power transmission control circuit 83 disconnects the relay 82 when the charging state of the rechargeable battery 86 becomes a charging state set by the user.
このような車両充電システム70において、充電中にケーブル外れが発生すると、充電制御回路74は、充電器73の動作を停止する。例えば、車両キーと車両との間の無線通信が不可能なとき、ケーブル外れ検出回路76によりプラグ81がインレット77から外れたことが検出されると、充電中にケーブル外れが発生したと判断することが考えられる(例えば、特許文献1参照)。   In such a vehicle charging system 70, when a cable disconnection occurs during charging, the charging control circuit 74 stops the operation of the charger 73. For example, when wireless communication between the vehicle key and the vehicle is not possible, if the cable disconnection detection circuit 76 detects that the plug 81 is disconnected from the inlet 77, it is determined that cable disconnection has occurred during charging. (For example, refer to Patent Document 1).
しかしながら、このときPLC通信を行うことができないため、充電ステーション72へケーブル外れが発生したことを通達することができず、商用電源79とケーブル80とが接続されたままになってしまう。   However, since PLC communication cannot be performed at this time, the charging station 72 cannot be notified that the cable has been disconnected, and the commercial power supply 79 and the cable 80 remain connected.
そこで、例えば、充電中にPLC通信が切断されたことをPLCユニット84が検出すると、送電制御回路83が充電中にケーブル外れが発生したと判断してリレー82を切断することが考えられる(例えば、特許文献2参照)。   Thus, for example, when the PLC unit 84 detects that the PLC communication has been disconnected during charging, the power transmission control circuit 83 may determine that a cable disconnection has occurred during charging and disconnect the relay 82 (for example, , See Patent Document 2).
また、例えば、無線により車両からユーザが携帯する警告発生装置に充電中のケーブル外れを通達するシステムを利用して、充電中のケーブル外れを充電制御装置71から充電ステーション72へ通達することも考えられる(例えば、特許文献3参照)。   Further, for example, it is also possible to communicate the disconnection of the charging cable from the charging control device 71 to the charging station 72 using a system that wirelessly passes the disconnection of the charging cable from the vehicle to the alarm generation device carried by the user. (See, for example, Patent Document 3).
しかしながら、PLC通信を利用して充電中のケーブル外れを充電ステーション72側で判断する場合、充電ステーション72側は、ケーブル外れが発生したときの車両の状態を判別することができない。   However, when the disconnection of the cable being charged is determined on the charging station 72 side using the PLC communication, the charging station 72 side cannot determine the state of the vehicle when the cable disconnection occurs.
また、無線により車両から警告発生装置に充電中のケーブル外れを通達するシステムを利用して、充電中のケーブル外れを充電制御装置71から充電ステーション72へ通達する場合、公共の充電施設など1つの場所に複数の充電ステーション72が設置されている環境では、充電ステーション72がどの車両の充電制御装置71から送信された情報であるかを判別することができない。   Further, when a cable disconnection during charging is communicated from the vehicle to the warning generation device by radio from the vehicle to the charging station 72 from the charging control device 71, one charging facility such as a public charging facility is used. In an environment where a plurality of charging stations 72 are installed in a place, it is impossible to determine which vehicle charging control device 71 is the information transmitted from the charging control device 71 of the vehicle.
特開2009−38872号公報JP 2009-38872 A 特開2008−278740号公報JP 2008-278740 A 特開平10−178701号公報JP-A-10-178701
本発明は、1つの場所に複数の充電ステーションが設置されている環境において充電中にケーブル外れが発生した場合、どの車両がどのような状態でケーブル外れが発生したかを充電ステーション側で判別することが可能な車両充電システムを提供することを目的とする。   According to the present invention, when a cable disconnection occurs during charging in an environment where a plurality of charging stations are installed in one place, the charging station side determines which vehicle has the cable disconnected and in what state. It is an object of the present invention to provide a vehicle charging system that can be used.
本発明の車両充電システムは、充電ステーションと、車両に備えられ前記充電ステーションからケーブルを介して供給される電力により充電池の充電を行う充電制御装置とを有する車両充電システムであって、前記充電制御装置は、前記車両の識別情報を前記ケーブルを介して前記充電ステーションに送信する車両側電力線通信手段と、前記ケーブルが前記充電制御装置から外れたことを検出する第1のケーブル外れ検出手段と、前記車両の状態を監視する監視手段と、前記識別情報を使用して前記充電ステーションとの間で無線通信を確立するとともに、前記第1のケーブル外れ検出手段により充電中に前記ケーブルが前記充電制御装置から外れたことが検出されると、前記監視手段による監視内容を示す監視情報を前記充電ステーションに送信する車両側無線通信手段とを備え、前記充電ステーションは、前記識別情報を前記ケーブルを介して前記充電制御装置から受信する充電ステーション側電力線通信手段と、電力線通信で受信した前記識別情報を使用して前記充電制御装置との間で無線通信を確立するとともに、前記監視情報を無線により前記充電制御装置から受信する充電ステーション側無線通信手段と、前記充電ステーション側無線通信手段において受信した前記監視情報を基に所定の動作を行うケーブル外れ対応手段とを備える。   The vehicle charging system of the present invention is a vehicle charging system including a charging station and a charging control device that is provided in the vehicle and charges a rechargeable battery with electric power supplied from the charging station via a cable. The control device includes vehicle-side power line communication means for transmitting the vehicle identification information to the charging station via the cable, and first cable disconnection detection means for detecting that the cable is disconnected from the charge control device. Establishing wireless communication between the monitoring means for monitoring the state of the vehicle and the charging station using the identification information, and charging the cable during charging by the first cable disconnection detecting means. When it is detected that the controller is disconnected, the monitoring information indicating the monitoring contents by the monitoring means is displayed on the charging station. Vehicle-side wireless communication means for transmitting, and the charging station uses the identification information received in the power line communication and the charging station-side power line communication means for receiving the identification information from the charging control device via the cable. And establishing wireless communication with the charging control device, and wirelessly receiving the monitoring information from the charging control device, and the monitoring received by the charging station side wireless communication device Cable disconnection handling means for performing a predetermined operation based on the information.
これにより、充電ステーションから充電制御装置に電力が供給されているときにケーブル外れが発生した場合、識別情報により無線通信が確立されている充電ステーションに充電制御装置から監視情報が無線通信により送信されるため、1つの場所に複数の充電ステーションが設置されている環境において充電中にケーブル外れが発生した場合しても、どの車両がどのような状態でケーブル外れが発生したかを充電ステーション側で判別することができる。   As a result, when the cable disconnection occurs when power is supplied from the charging station to the charging control device, the monitoring information is transmitted from the charging control device by wireless communication to the charging station where wireless communication is established by the identification information. Therefore, even if a cable disconnection occurs during charging in an environment where multiple charging stations are installed in one place, the charging station side can determine which vehicle has been disconnected and in what state. Can be determined.
また、前記充電ステーションは、前記充電ステーション側無線通信手段において受信した前記監視情報を基に前記充電制御装置へ電力の供給停止を制御する送信制御手段を備えるように構成してもよい。   In addition, the charging station may include a transmission control unit that controls a supply stop of power to the charging control device based on the monitoring information received by the charging station side wireless communication unit.
また、前記充電ステーションは、前記ケーブルが前記充電ステーションから外れたことを検出する第2のケーブル外れ検出手段を備え、前記充電ステーション側無線通信手段は、前記第2のケーブル外れ検出手段により前記ケーブルが前記充電ステーションから外れたことが検出されると、監視情報要求を前記充電制御装置に送信するとともに、前記充電制御装置から前記監視情報及び前記識別情報を受信し、前記車両側無線通信手段は、前記監視情報要求を前記充電ステーションから受信すると、前記監視情報及び前記識別情報を前記充電ステーションに送信するように構成してもよい。   In addition, the charging station includes a second cable disconnection detecting unit that detects that the cable has disconnected from the charging station, and the charging station side wireless communication unit is configured to detect the cable by the second cable disconnection detecting unit. Is detected from the charging station, the monitoring information request is transmitted to the charging control device, and the monitoring information and the identification information are received from the charging control device. When the monitoring information request is received from the charging station, the monitoring information and the identification information may be transmitted to the charging station.
これにより、充電ステーションから充電制御装置に電力が供給されているときにケーブル外れを充電ステーション側で検出した場合においても、どの車両がどのような状態でケーブル外れが発生したかを充電ステーション側で判別することができる。   As a result, even when a cable disconnection is detected on the charging station side when power is supplied from the charging station to the charging control device, it is determined on the charging station side which vehicle is in which state and the cable disconnection has occurred. Can be determined.
また、前記ケーブル外れ対応手段は、前記第2のケーブル外れ検出手段により前記ケーブルが前記充電ステーションから外れたことが検出され、かつ、前記充電ステーション側無線通信手段において受信される前記識別情報と無線通信の確立で使用された前記識別情報とが一致すると、前記第2のケーブル外れ検出手段により検出されたケーブル外れが発生したこと及び前記充電ステーション側無線通信手段において受信される前記監視情報に基づいて所定の動作を行うように構成してもよい。   Further, the cable disconnection correspondence means detects that the cable has been disconnected from the charging station by the second cable disconnection detection means, and the identification information and wireless communication received by the charging station side wireless communication means. Based on the monitoring information received by the charging station side wireless communication means that the cable disconnection detected by the second cable disconnection detecting means occurs when the identification information used in the establishment of communication matches. May be configured to perform a predetermined operation.
本発明によれば、1つの場所に複数の充電ステーションが設置されている環境において充電中にケーブル外れが発生した場合、どの車両がどのような状態でケーブル外れが発生したかを充電ステーション側で判別することができる。   According to the present invention, when a cable disconnection occurs during charging in an environment where a plurality of charging stations are installed in one place, the charging station side determines which vehicle has been disconnected and in what state. Can be determined.
本発明の第1実施形態の車両充電システムを示す図である。1 is a diagram illustrating a vehicle charging system according to a first embodiment of the present invention. ケーブル外れ検出回路の一例を示す図である。It is a figure which shows an example of a cable disconnection detection circuit. 第1実施形態の車両充電システムの動作を説明するためのフローチャートを示す図である。It is a figure which shows the flowchart for demonstrating operation | movement of the vehicle charging system of 1st Embodiment. 本発明の第2実施形態の車両充電システムを示す図である。It is a figure which shows the vehicle charging system of 2nd Embodiment of this invention. ケーブル外れ検出回路の一例を示す図である。It is a figure which shows an example of a cable disconnection detection circuit. 第2実施形態の車両充電システムの動作を説明するためのフローチャートを示す図である。It is a figure which shows the flowchart for demonstrating operation | movement of the vehicle charging system of 2nd Embodiment. 従来の車両充電システムを示す図である。It is a figure which shows the conventional vehicle charging system.
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図1は、本発明の第1実施形態の車両充電システムを示す図である。なお、図7に示す構成と同じ構成には同じ符号を付している。
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FIG. 1 is a diagram showing a vehicle charging system according to a first embodiment of the present invention. In addition, the same code | symbol is attached | subjected to the same structure as the structure shown in FIG.
図1に示す車両充電システム10は、電気自動車やプラグインハイブリット自動車などの車両に搭載される充電制御装置11と、その充電制御装置11に電力を供給する充電ステーション12とを有して構成されている。   A vehicle charging system 10 shown in FIG. 1 includes a charging control device 11 mounted on a vehicle such as an electric vehicle or a plug-in hybrid vehicle, and a charging station 12 that supplies power to the charging control device 11. ing.
充電制御装置11は、充電器73と、充電制御回路74と、PLCユニット75(車両側電力線通信手段)と、ケーブル外れ検出回路76(第1のケーブル外れ検出手段)と、インレット77と、メモリ78と、防犯センサ13と、スマートエントリ装置14と、無線ユニット15(車両側無線通信手段)とを備えて構成されている。なお、特許請求の範囲の充電制御手段は、例えば、充電器73や充電制御回路74などにより構成されるものとする。また、特許請求の範囲の監視手段は、例えば、防犯センサ13やスマートエントリ装置14などにより構成されるものとする。   The charge control device 11 includes a charger 73, a charge control circuit 74, a PLC unit 75 (vehicle-side power line communication means), a cable disconnection detection circuit 76 (first cable disconnection detection means), an inlet 77, and a memory. 78, a security sensor 13, a smart entry device 14, and a wireless unit 15 (vehicle-side wireless communication means). In addition, the charge control means in the claims is constituted by, for example, a charger 73, a charge control circuit 74, and the like. Further, the monitoring means in the scope of claims is constituted by, for example, a security sensor 13 or a smart entry device 14.
充電ステーション12は、商用電源79と、ケーブル80と、プラグ81と、リレー82と、送電制御回路83(送電制御手段)と、PLCユニット84(充電ステーション側電力線通信手段)と、認証回路85(認証手段)と、無線ユニット16(充電ステーション側無線通信手段)と、異常判別回路17と、警報装置18とを備えて構成されている。なお、特許請求の範囲のケーブル外れ対応手段は、例えば、異常判別回路17や警報装置18などにより構成されるものとする。   The charging station 12 includes a commercial power source 79, a cable 80, a plug 81, a relay 82, a power transmission control circuit 83 (power transmission control means), a PLC unit 84 (charging station side power line communication means), and an authentication circuit 85 ( Authentication means), a wireless unit 16 (charging station side wireless communication means), an abnormality determination circuit 17, and an alarm device 18. Note that the cable disconnection handling means in the claims is configured by, for example, the abnormality determination circuit 17 and the alarm device 18.
図2は、ケーブル外れ検出回路76の一例を示す図である。
図2に示すケーブル外れ検出回路76は、互いに直列接続され電圧+Bの電源とグランドとの間に設けられる抵抗20、21により構成される。抵抗20、21の接続点はインレット77の端子22に接続され、抵抗21とグランドとの接続点はインレット77の端子23に接続されている。プラグ81がインレット77に接続されると、プラグ81の端子24がインレット77の端子25に電気的に接続され、ケーブル80が充電器73に電気的に接続される。また、プラグ81がインレット77に接続されると、インレット77の端子22とプラグ81の端子26とが電気的に接続されるとともに、インレット77の端子23とプラグ81の端子27が電気的に接続される。プラグ81の端子26、27はそれぞれグランドに接続されているため、プラグ81がインレット77に接続されているとき、ケーブル外れ検出回路76の出力である抵抗20、21の接続点の電位はローレベルになり、プラグ81がインレット77に接続されていないとき、ケーブル外れ検出回路76の出力である抵抗20、21の接続点の電位はハイレベルになる。
FIG. 2 is a diagram illustrating an example of the cable disconnection detection circuit 76.
The cable disconnection detection circuit 76 shown in FIG. 2 is composed of resistors 20 and 21 that are connected in series with each other and provided between the power source of the voltage + B and the ground. The connection point between the resistors 20 and 21 is connected to the terminal 22 of the inlet 77, and the connection point between the resistor 21 and the ground is connected to the terminal 23 of the inlet 77. When the plug 81 is connected to the inlet 77, the terminal 24 of the plug 81 is electrically connected to the terminal 25 of the inlet 77, and the cable 80 is electrically connected to the charger 73. When the plug 81 is connected to the inlet 77, the terminal 22 of the inlet 77 and the terminal 26 of the plug 81 are electrically connected, and the terminal 23 of the inlet 77 and the terminal 27 of the plug 81 are electrically connected. Is done. Since the terminals 26 and 27 of the plug 81 are respectively connected to the ground, when the plug 81 is connected to the inlet 77, the potential at the connection point of the resistors 20 and 21 which are the outputs of the cable disconnection detection circuit 76 is low level. Thus, when the plug 81 is not connected to the inlet 77, the potential at the connection point of the resistors 20 and 21, which is the output of the cable disconnection detection circuit 76, becomes high level.
図3は、第1実施形態の車両充電システム10の動作を説明するためのフローチャートを示す図である。
まず、充電ステーション12は、ユーザの操作などにより充電開始指示を受け取ると、PLCユニット84からケーブル80を介して充電制御装置11のPLCユニット75にPLC通信により接続要求を送信する(S1)。
FIG. 3 is a diagram illustrating a flowchart for explaining the operation of the vehicle charging system 10 of the first embodiment.
First, when receiving a charge start instruction by a user operation or the like, the charging station 12 transmits a connection request by PLC communication from the PLC unit 84 to the PLC unit 75 of the charging control apparatus 11 via the cable 80 (S1).
次に、充電制御装置11は、PLCユニット75において接続要求を受信すると、PLCユニット75からケーブル80を介して充電ステーション12のPLCユニット84にPLC通信により接続応答を送信する(S2)。   Next, when receiving the connection request in the PLC unit 75, the charging control device 11 transmits a connection response by PLC communication from the PLC unit 75 to the PLC unit 84 of the charging station 12 via the cable 80 (S2).
次に、充電ステーション12は、PLCユニット84において接続応答を受信すると、PLCユニット84からケーブル80を介して充電制御装置11のPLCユニット75にPLC通信により車両ID(IDentification)要求を送信する(S3)。   Next, when receiving a connection response in the PLC unit 84, the charging station 12 transmits a vehicle ID (IDentification) request by PLC communication from the PLC unit 84 to the PLC unit 75 of the charging control apparatus 11 via the cable 80 (S3). ).
次に、充電制御装置11は、PLCユニット75において車両ID要求を受信すると、PLCユニット75からケーブル80を介して充電ステーション12のPLCユニット84にPLC通信によりメモリ78に記憶される車両ID(識別情報)を送信する(S4)。   Next, when the charge control device 11 receives the vehicle ID request in the PLC unit 75, the vehicle ID (identification) stored in the memory 78 by PLC communication from the PLC unit 75 to the PLC unit 84 of the charging station 12 via the cable 80. Information) is transmitted (S4).
次に、充電ステーション12は、PLCユニット84において車両IDを受信すると、その車両IDを用いて充電が許可された車両であるか否かの認証処理を認証回路85において行う(S5)。   Next, when the charging station 12 receives the vehicle ID in the PLC unit 84, the authentication circuit 85 performs authentication processing as to whether or not the vehicle is allowed to be charged using the vehicle ID (S5).
次に、充電ステーション12は、その認証結果をPLCユニット84からケーブル80を介して充電制御装置11のPLCユニット75にPLC通信により送信する(S6)。
次に、充電制御装置11は、PLCユニット75において認証結果を受信すると、充電制御回路74において認証結果が確認され、認証結果が成功であると、PLCユニット75からケーブル80を介して充電ステーション12のPLCユニット84にPLC通信により電力供給要求を送信する(S7)。
Next, the charging station 12 transmits the authentication result from the PLC unit 84 to the PLC unit 75 of the charging control apparatus 11 via the cable 80 by PLC communication (S6).
Next, when the charging control device 11 receives the authentication result in the PLC unit 75, the charging control circuit 74 confirms the authentication result, and if the authentication result is successful, the charging station 12 via the cable 80 from the PLC unit 75. A power supply request is transmitted to the PLC unit 84 by PLC communication (S7).
次に、充電ステーション12は、PLCユニット84において電力供給要求を受信すると、送電制御回路83においてリレー82を接続し(S8)、PLCユニット84からケーブル80を介して充電制御装置11のPLCユニット75にPLC通信により充電許可信号を送信する(S9)。   Next, when the charging station 12 receives the power supply request in the PLC unit 84, the relay 82 is connected in the power transmission control circuit 83 (S8), and the PLC unit 75 of the charging control device 11 from the PLC unit 84 via the cable 80 is connected. A charge permission signal is transmitted by PLC communication (S9).
次に、充電制御装置11は、PLCユニット75において充電許可信号を受信すると、充電制御回路74において充電器73の動作制御を開始するとともに、充電状態と車両状態の監視を開始し、充電状態をPLC通信により充電ステーション12に送信する(S10)。例えば、充電制御装置11は、充電池86の充電量や充電器73から充電池86に出力される電圧及び電流などの充電状態と、ケーブル外れ検出回路76の出力、防犯センサ13から出力される侵入者検知信号(車両内に侵入者がいる旨を示す信号)、スマートエントリ装置14から出力されるユーザ不在信号(ユーザが車両付近にいない旨を示す信号)、外部から入力されるイグニッション操作信号(イグニッションがオンされた旨を示す信号)、又は外部から入力される車両駆動信号(車両が移動された旨を示す信号)などの車両状態を監視する。   Next, when the charge control device 11 receives the charge permission signal in the PLC unit 75, the charge control circuit 74 starts operation control of the charger 73, starts monitoring the charge state and the vehicle state, and sets the charge state. It transmits to the charging station 12 by PLC communication (S10). For example, the charge control device 11 outputs the charge amount of the rechargeable battery 86 and the charge state such as the voltage and current output from the charger 73 to the rechargeable battery 86, the output of the cable disconnection detection circuit 76, and the security sensor 13. Intruder detection signal (signal indicating that there is an intruder in the vehicle), user absence signal output from the smart entry device 14 (signal indicating that the user is not near the vehicle), ignition operation signal input from the outside The vehicle state such as (a signal indicating that the ignition is turned on) or a vehicle driving signal (signal indicating that the vehicle has been moved) input from the outside is monitored.
次に、充電制御装置11は、無線ユニット15から充電ステーション12の無線ユニット16に無線通信により車両IDを送信する(S11)。
次に、充電ステーション12は、無線ユニット16において車両IDを受信すると、無線通信で受信した車両IDとPLC通信で受信した車両IDとが一致するか否かを確認し(S12)、一致する場合、無線ユニット16から充電制御装置11の無線ユニット15に無線通信により接続応答を送信する(S13)。
Next, the charging control device 11 transmits the vehicle ID from the wireless unit 15 to the wireless unit 16 of the charging station 12 by wireless communication (S11).
Next, when the wireless unit 16 receives the vehicle ID in the wireless unit 16, the charging station 12 checks whether or not the vehicle ID received by wireless communication matches the vehicle ID received by PLC communication (S12). Then, a connection response is transmitted from the wireless unit 16 to the wireless unit 15 of the charging control device 11 by wireless communication (S13).
次に、充電制御装置11は、無線ユニット15において接続応答を受信すると、充電ステーション12と無線通信が確立したことを確認する(S14)。
次に、充電制御装置11は、充電制御回路74において充電を終了するか否かを判断する(S15)。例えば、充電制御回路74は、充電終了信号が充電ステーション12からPLC通信により送られてくると、充電を終了すると判断してもよい。
Next, when receiving a connection response in the wireless unit 15, the charging control device 11 confirms that wireless communication with the charging station 12 has been established (S14).
Next, the charging control device 11 determines whether or not the charging control circuit 74 ends the charging (S15). For example, the charging control circuit 74 may determine that charging is to be terminated when a charging end signal is sent from the charging station 12 via PLC communication.
充電を終了すると判断した場合(S15がYes)、充電制御装置11は、充電制御回路74において充電器73を停止する(S18)。
一方、充電を終了しないと判断した場合(S15がNo)、充電制御装置11は、ケーブル外れ検出回路76によりケーブル外れが検出されたか否かを判断する(S16)。
When it is determined that the charging is to be terminated (S15 is Yes), the charging control device 11 stops the charger 73 in the charging control circuit 74 (S18).
On the other hand, when it is determined that charging is not terminated (No in S15), the charging control device 11 determines whether or not cable disconnection is detected by the cable disconnection detection circuit 76 (S16).
ケーブル外れが検出されていないと判断した場合(S16がNo)、充電制御装置11は、S15に戻る。
一方、ケーブル外れが検出されたと判断した場合(S16がYes)、充電制御装置11は、無線ユニット15から充電ステーション12の無線ユニット16に無線通信により充電中にケーブル外れが検出された旨を示すケーブル外れ検出信号、監視情報、及び車両IDを送信し(S17)、充電制御回路74において充電器73を停止する(S18)。なお、監視情報としては、例えば、上述の侵入者検知信号、ユーザ不在信号、イグニッション操作信号、又は車両駆動信号などが考えられる。
When it is determined that cable disconnection is not detected (No in S16), the charging control device 11 returns to S15.
On the other hand, when it is determined that the cable disconnection is detected (Yes in S16), the charging control device 11 indicates that the cable disconnection is detected during charging from the wireless unit 15 to the wireless unit 16 of the charging station 12 by wireless communication. A cable disconnection detection signal, monitoring information, and a vehicle ID are transmitted (S17), and the charger 73 is stopped in the charging control circuit 74 (S18). As the monitoring information, for example, the intruder detection signal, the user absence signal, the ignition operation signal, or the vehicle driving signal described above can be considered.
また、充電ステーション12は、無線ユニット16から充電制御装置11の無線ユニット15に接続応答を送信した後(S13)、送電制御回路83において充電を終了するか否かを判断する(S19)。例えば、送電制御回路83は、充電制御装置11からPLC通信により送られてくる充電状態がユーザにより設定される所望な充電状態になると、充電を終了すると判断し、充電終了信号を充電制御装置11に送信してもよい。また、充電ステーション12は、充電制御装置11に供給している電力の漏電を検出した場合も、充電を終了すると判断し、充電終了信号を充電制御装置11に送信してもよい。   The charging station 12 transmits a connection response from the wireless unit 16 to the wireless unit 15 of the charging control device 11 (S13), and then determines whether or not to end the charging in the power transmission control circuit 83 (S19). For example, the power transmission control circuit 83 determines that the charging is terminated when the charging state transmitted from the charging control device 11 through PLC communication is a desired charging state set by the user, and sends a charging end signal to the charging control device 11. May be sent to. The charging station 12 may also determine that charging is to be terminated and transmit a charging end signal to the charging control device 11 even when leakage of the power supplied to the charging control device 11 is detected.
充電を終了すると判断した場合(S19がYes)、充電ステーション12は、送電制御回路83においてリレー82を切断する(S22)。
一方、充電を終了しないと判断した場合(S19がNo)、充電ステーション12は、無線ユニット16において充電制御装置11から送信されるケーブル外れ検出信号、監視情報、及び車両IDを受信し、かつ、その車両IDと無線通信の確立で使用された車両IDとが一致するか否かを判断する(S20)。
When it is determined that charging is to be terminated (S19 is Yes), the charging station 12 disconnects the relay 82 in the power transmission control circuit 83 (S22).
On the other hand, when it is determined that charging is not terminated (S19 is No), the charging station 12 receives the cable disconnection detection signal, the monitoring information, and the vehicle ID transmitted from the charging control device 11 in the wireless unit 16, and It is determined whether or not the vehicle ID matches the vehicle ID used in establishing wireless communication (S20).
ケーブル外れ検出信号、監視情報、及び車両IDを受信していないと判断した場合(S20がNo)、充電ステーション12は、S19に戻る。
一方、ケーブル外れ検出信号、監視情報、及び車両IDを受信し、かつ、その車両IDと無線通信の確立で使用された車両IDとが一致すると判断した場合(S20がYes)、充電ステーション12は、ケーブル外れ検出信号及び監視情報に応じた処理を実行させるための信号を異常判別回路17から認証回路85及び警報装置18にそれぞれ出力し(S21)、送電制御回路83においてリレー82を切断する(S22)。このとき、警報装置18は、例えば、音声やディスプレイ表示などにより「充電中にケーブル外れが発生したこと及び車両内に侵入者がいること」をユーザに知らせる。また、認証回路85は、例えば、車両IDに基づく認証を解除する。
When it is determined that the cable disconnection detection signal, the monitoring information, and the vehicle ID are not received (No in S20), the charging station 12 returns to S19.
On the other hand, when the cable disconnection detection signal, the monitoring information, and the vehicle ID are received and it is determined that the vehicle ID matches the vehicle ID used in establishing the wireless communication (S20 is Yes), the charging station 12 Then, the cable disconnection detection signal and a signal for executing processing according to the monitoring information are output from the abnormality determination circuit 17 to the authentication circuit 85 and the alarm device 18 (S21), and the relay 82 is disconnected in the power transmission control circuit 83 (S21). S22). At this time, the alarm device 18 notifies the user that “the cable has been disconnected during charging and that there is an intruder in the vehicle”, for example, by voice or display. Moreover, the authentication circuit 85 cancels | releases the authentication based on vehicle ID, for example.
このように、第1実施形態の車両充電システム10では、充電前に車両IDを用いて無線通信を確立しておき、充電中にケーブル外れが発生すると、ケーブル外れ検出信号、監視情報、及び車両IDを無線通信により充電制御装置11から充電ステーション12に送信する。これにより、1つの場所に複数の充電ステーション12が設置されている環境において充電中にケーブル外れが発生しても、どの車両がどのような状態でケーブル外れが発生したかを充電ステーション12側で判別することができる。そのため、正規のユーザに対して車両の状態を間違いなく知らせることができる。また、ケーブル外れが発生した充電ステーション12のリレー82を間違いなく遮断することができる。
<第2実施形態>
図4は、本発明の第2実施形態の車両充電システムを示す図である。なお、図1に示す構成と同じ構成には同じ符号を付している。
As described above, in the vehicle charging system 10 according to the first embodiment, wireless communication is established using the vehicle ID before charging, and when a cable disconnection occurs during charging, the cable disconnection detection signal, the monitoring information, and the vehicle The ID is transmitted from the charging control device 11 to the charging station 12 by wireless communication. As a result, even if a cable disconnection occurs during charging in an environment where a plurality of charging stations 12 are installed at one place, the charging station 12 side can determine which vehicle has been disconnected and in what state. Can be determined. Therefore, the state of the vehicle can be definitely notified to an authorized user. Further, the relay 82 of the charging station 12 where the cable disconnection has occurred can be surely cut off.
Second Embodiment
FIG. 4 is a diagram showing a vehicle charging system according to the second embodiment of the present invention. In addition, the same code | symbol is attached | subjected to the same structure as the structure shown in FIG.
図4に示す車両充電システム40は、充電制御装置11と、その充電制御装置11に電力を供給する充電ステーション41とを有して構成されている。
充電制御装置11は、充電器73と、充電制御回路74と、PLCユニット75(車両側電力線通信手段)と、ケーブル外れ検出回路76(第1のケーブル外れ検出手段)と、インレット77と、メモリ78と、防犯センサ13と、スマートエントリ装置14と、無線ユニット15(車両側無線通信手段)とを備えて構成されている。なお、特許請求の範囲の充電制御手段は、例えば、充電器73及び充電制御回路74などにより構成されるものとする。また、特許請求の範囲の監視手段は、例えば、防犯センサ13やスマートエントリ装置14などにより構成されるものとする。
A vehicle charging system 40 shown in FIG. 4 includes a charging control device 11 and a charging station 41 that supplies power to the charging control device 11.
The charge control device 11 includes a charger 73, a charge control circuit 74, a PLC unit 75 (vehicle-side power line communication means), a cable disconnection detection circuit 76 (first cable disconnection detection means), an inlet 77, and a memory. 78, a security sensor 13, a smart entry device 14, and a wireless unit 15 (vehicle-side wireless communication means). In addition, the charge control means of a claim shall be comprised by the charger 73, the charge control circuit 74, etc., for example. Further, the monitoring means in the scope of claims is constituted by, for example, a security sensor 13 or a smart entry device 14.
充電ステーション41は、商用電源79と、ケーブル80と、ケーブル80の一方端に設けられるプラグ81と、リレー82と、送電制御回路83(送電制御手段)と、PLCユニット84(充電ステーション側電力線通信手段)と、認証回路85(認証手段)と、無線ユニット16(充電ステーション側無線通信手段)と、異常判別回路17と、警報装置18と、インレット42と、ケーブル80の他方端に設けられるプラグ43と、ケーブル外れ検出回路44(第2のケーブル外れ検出手段)とを備えて構成されている。なお、特許請求の範囲のケーブル外れ対応手段は、例えば、異常判別回路17や警報装置18などにより構成されるものとする。   The charging station 41 includes a commercial power source 79, a cable 80, a plug 81 provided at one end of the cable 80, a relay 82, a power transmission control circuit 83 (power transmission control means), and a PLC unit 84 (charging station side power line communication). Means), authentication circuit 85 (authentication means), wireless unit 16 (charging station side wireless communication means), abnormality determination circuit 17, alarm device 18, inlet 42, and plug provided at the other end of cable 80. 43 and a cable disconnection detection circuit 44 (second cable disconnection detection means). Note that the cable disconnection handling means in the claims is configured by, for example, the abnormality determination circuit 17 and the alarm device 18.
図5は、ケーブル外れ検出回路76及びケーブル外れ検出回路44の一例を示す図である。なお、図2に示す構成と同じ構成には同じ符号を付している。また、ケーブル外れ検出回路76の構成は、図2に示す構成と同じであるため説明を省略する。   FIG. 5 is a diagram illustrating an example of the cable disconnection detection circuit 76 and the cable disconnection detection circuit 44. In addition, the same code | symbol is attached | subjected to the same structure as the structure shown in FIG. The configuration of the cable disconnection detection circuit 76 is the same as that shown in FIG.
図5に示すケーブル外れ検出回路44は、互いに直列接続され電圧+Bの電源とグランドとの間に設けられる抵抗50、51により構成される。抵抗50、51の接続点はインレット42の端子52に接続され、抵抗51とグランドとの接続点はインレット42の端子53に接続されている。プラグ43がインレット42に接続されると、プラグ43の端子54がインレット42の端子55に電気的に接続され、ケーブル80がリレー82(図5では不図示)を介して商用電源79に電気的に接続される。また、プラグ43がインレット42に接続されると、インレット42の端子52とプラグ43の端子56とが電気的に接続されるとともに、インレット42の端子53とプラグ43の端子57とが電気的に接続される。プラグ43の端子56、57はそれぞれグランドに接続されているため、プラグ43がインレット42に接続されているとき、ケーブル外れ検出回路44の出力である抵抗50、51の接続点の電位はローレベルになり、プラグ43がインレット42に接続されていないとき、ケーブル外れ検出回路44の出力である抵抗50、51の接続点の電位はハイレベルになる。   The cable disconnection detection circuit 44 shown in FIG. 5 includes resistors 50 and 51 that are connected in series with each other and are provided between the power source of the voltage + B and the ground. A connection point between the resistors 50 and 51 is connected to a terminal 52 of the inlet 42, and a connection point between the resistor 51 and the ground is connected to a terminal 53 of the inlet 42. When the plug 43 is connected to the inlet 42, the terminal 54 of the plug 43 is electrically connected to the terminal 55 of the inlet 42, and the cable 80 is electrically connected to the commercial power source 79 via the relay 82 (not shown in FIG. 5). Connected to. When the plug 43 is connected to the inlet 42, the terminal 52 of the inlet 42 and the terminal 56 of the plug 43 are electrically connected, and the terminal 53 of the inlet 42 and the terminal 57 of the plug 43 are electrically connected. Connected. Since the terminals 56 and 57 of the plug 43 are respectively connected to the ground, when the plug 43 is connected to the inlet 42, the potential at the connection point of the resistors 50 and 51 which are the outputs of the cable disconnection detection circuit 44 is low level. When the plug 43 is not connected to the inlet 42, the potential at the connection point of the resistors 50 and 51, which is the output of the cable disconnection detection circuit 44, becomes high level.
図6は、第2実施形態の車両充電システム40の動作を説明するためのフローチャートを示す図である。なお、図6に示すS1〜S14は、図3に示すフローチャートのS1〜S14と同様であるため説明を省略する。   FIG. 6 is a flowchart illustrating the operation of the vehicle charging system 40 according to the second embodiment. Note that S1 to S14 shown in FIG. 6 are the same as S1 to S14 in the flowchart shown in FIG.
充電制御装置11は、無線ユニット15において接続応答を受信し、充電ステーション12と無線通信が確立したことを確認すると(S14)、充電制御回路74において充電を終了するか否かを判断する(S60)。例えば、充電制御装置11は、充電終了信号が充電ステーション41からPLC通信により送られてくると、充電を終了すると判断してもよい。   When the wireless controller 15 receives the connection response and confirms that wireless communication has been established with the charging station 12 (S14), the charging controller 11 determines whether or not the charging control circuit 74 terminates charging (S60). ). For example, the charging control device 11 may determine that the charging is terminated when the charging end signal is transmitted from the charging station 41 by PLC communication.
充電を終了すると判断した場合(S60がYes)、充電制御装置11は、充電制御回路74において充電器73を停止する(S65)。
一方、充電を終了しないと判断した場合(S60がNo)、充電制御装置11は、無線ユニット15において充電ステーション41から監視情報要求が送られているか否かを判断する(S61)。
If it is determined that the charging is to be terminated (S60 is Yes), the charging control device 11 stops the charger 73 in the charging control circuit 74 (S65).
On the other hand, when it is determined that charging is not terminated (No in S60), the charging control device 11 determines whether or not a monitoring information request is transmitted from the charging station 41 in the wireless unit 15 (S61).
監視情報要求が送られていると判断した場合(監視情報要求内の車両IDとメモリ78に記憶される車両IDとの一致処理を含む)(S61がYes)、充電制御装置11は、無線ユニット15から充電ステーション41の無線ユニット16に無線通信により監視情報及び車両IDを送信し(S64)、充電制御回路74において充電器73を停止する(S65)。なお、監視情報としては、例えば、上述の侵入者検知信号、ユーザ不在信号、イグニッション操作信号、又は車両駆動信号などが考えられる。   When it is determined that the monitoring information request is sent (including the process of matching the vehicle ID in the monitoring information request with the vehicle ID stored in the memory 78) (Yes in S61), the charging control device 11 15 transmits the monitoring information and the vehicle ID by wireless communication to the wireless unit 16 of the charging station 41 (S64), and the charger 73 is stopped in the charging control circuit 74 (S65). As the monitoring information, for example, the intruder detection signal, the user absence signal, the ignition operation signal, or the vehicle driving signal described above can be considered.
一方、監視情報要求が送られてきていないと判断した場合(S61がNo)、充電制御装置11は、ケーブル外れ検出回路76によりケーブル外れが検出されたか否かを判断する(S62)。   On the other hand, if it is determined that the monitoring information request has not been sent (No in S61), the charging control device 11 determines whether or not cable disconnection is detected by the cable disconnection detection circuit 76 (S62).
ケーブル外れが検出されていないと判断した場合(S62がNo)、充電制御装置11は、S60に戻る。
一方、ケーブル外れが検出されたと判断した場合(S62がYes)、充電制御装置11は、無線ユニット15から充電ステーション41の無線ユニット16に無線通信によりケーブル外れが検出された旨を示すケーブル外れ検出信号、監視情報、及び車両IDを送信し(S63)、充電制御回路74において充電器73を停止する(S65)。
When it is determined that cable disconnection has not been detected (No in S62), the charging control device 11 returns to S60.
On the other hand, if it is determined that a cable disconnection is detected (Yes in S62), the charging control device 11 detects that the cable disconnection is detected by wireless communication from the wireless unit 15 to the wireless unit 16 of the charging station 41. The signal, the monitoring information, and the vehicle ID are transmitted (S63), and the charger 73 is stopped in the charging control circuit 74 (S65).
また、充電ステーション41は、無線ユニット16から充電制御装置11の無線ユニット15に接続応答を送信した後(S13)、送電制御回路83において充電を終了するか否かを判断する(S66)。例えば、充電ステーション41は、充電制御装置11からPLC通信により送られてくる充電状態がユーザにより設定される所望な充電状態になると、充電を終了すると判断し、充電終了信号を充電制御装置11に送信してもよい。また、充電ステーション41は、充電制御装置11に供給している電力の漏電を検出した場合も、充電を終了すると判断してもよい。   The charging station 41 transmits a connection response from the wireless unit 16 to the wireless unit 15 of the charging control device 11 (S13), and then determines whether or not to end the charging in the power transmission control circuit 83 (S66). For example, the charging station 41 determines that the charging is terminated when the charging state sent from the charging control device 11 by PLC communication becomes a desired charging state set by the user, and sends a charging end signal to the charging control device 11. You may send it. In addition, the charging station 41 may determine that the charging is to be terminated when the leakage of the power supplied to the charging control device 11 is detected.
充電を終了すると判断した場合(S66がYes)、充電ステーション41は、送電制御回路83においてリレー82を切断する(S72)。
一方、充電を終了しないと判断した場合(S66がNo)、充電ステーション41は、無線ユニット16において充電制御装置11から送信されるケーブル外れ検出信号、監視情報、及び車両IDを受信し、かつ、その車両IDと無線通信の確立で使用された車両IDとが一致するか否かを判断する(S67)。
If it is determined that charging is to be terminated (S66 is Yes), the charging station 41 disconnects the relay 82 in the power transmission control circuit 83 (S72).
On the other hand, when it is determined that charging is not terminated (No in S66), the charging station 41 receives the cable disconnection detection signal, the monitoring information, and the vehicle ID transmitted from the charging control device 11 in the wireless unit 16, and It is determined whether or not the vehicle ID matches the vehicle ID used in establishing the wireless communication (S67).
ケーブル外れ検出信号、監視情報、及び車両IDを受信し、かつ、その車両IDと無線通信の確立で使用された車両IDとが一致すると判断した場合(S67がYes)、充電ステーション41は、ケーブル外れ検出信号及び監視情報に応じた処理を実行させるための信号を異常判別回路17から認証回路85及び警報装置18にそれぞれ出力し(S71)、送電制御回路83においてリレー82を切断する(S72)。このとき、警報装置18は、例えば、音声やディスプレイ表示などにより「充電中にケーブル外れが発生したこと及び車両内に侵入者がいること」をユーザに知らせる。また、認証回路85は、例えば、車両IDに基づく認証を解除する。   When the cable disconnection detection signal, the monitoring information, and the vehicle ID are received and it is determined that the vehicle ID and the vehicle ID used in establishing the wireless communication match (Yes in S67), the charging station 41 The abnormality detection circuit 17 and a signal for executing processing corresponding to the monitoring information are output from the abnormality determination circuit 17 to the authentication circuit 85 and the alarm device 18 (S71), and the relay 82 is disconnected in the power transmission control circuit 83 (S72). . At this time, the alarm device 18 notifies the user that “the cable has been disconnected during charging and that there is an intruder in the vehicle”, for example, by voice or display. Moreover, the authentication circuit 85 cancels | releases the authentication based on vehicle ID, for example.
一方、ケーブル外れ検出信号、監視情報、及び車両IDを受信していないと判断した場合(S67がNo)、充電ステーション41は、ケーブル外れ検出回路44によりケーブル外れが検出されたか否かを判断する(S68)。   On the other hand, when it is determined that the cable disconnection detection signal, the monitoring information, and the vehicle ID are not received (No in S67), the charging station 41 determines whether or not the cable disconnection detection circuit 44 detects the cable disconnection. (S68).
ケーブル外れが検出されていないと判断した場合(S68がNo)、充電ステーション41は、S66に戻る。
一方、ケーブル外れが検出されたと判断した場合(S68がYes)、充電ステーション41は、無線ユニット16から充電ステーション41の無線ユニット15に無線通信により監視情報要求を送信し(S69)、無線ユニット16において充電制御装置11から送信される監視情報及び車両IDを受信し、かつ、その車両IDと無線通信の確立で使用された車両IDと一致するか否かを判断する(S70)。
When it is determined that the cable disconnection is not detected (No in S68), the charging station 41 returns to S66.
On the other hand, when it is determined that a cable disconnection is detected (Yes in S68), the charging station 41 transmits a monitoring information request from the wireless unit 16 to the wireless unit 15 of the charging station 41 by wireless communication (S69). In step S70, the monitoring information and the vehicle ID transmitted from the charging control device 11 are received, and it is determined whether or not the vehicle ID matches the vehicle ID used in establishing the wireless communication (S70).
監視情報及び車両IDを受信し、かつ、その車両IDと無線通信の確立で使用された車両IDとが一致すると判断した場合(S70がYes)、充電ステーション41は、ケーブル外れ検出回路44により検出されたケーブル外れが発生したこと及び監視情報に応じた処理を実行させるための信号を異常判別回路17から認証回路85及び警報装置18にそれぞれ出力し(S71)、送電制御回路83においてリレー82を切断する(S72)。   When the monitoring information and the vehicle ID are received and it is determined that the vehicle ID and the vehicle ID used in establishing the wireless communication match (Yes in S70), the charging station 41 is detected by the cable disconnection detection circuit 44. A signal for executing the processing corresponding to the occurrence of the disconnected cable and the monitoring information is output from the abnormality determination circuit 17 to the authentication circuit 85 and the alarm device 18 (S71), and the relay 82 is turned on in the power transmission control circuit 83. Disconnect (S72).
第2実施形態の車両充電システム40においても、充電前に車両IDを用いて無線通信を確立しておき、充電中にケーブル外れが発生すると、ケーブル外れ検出信号、監視情報、及び車両IDを無線通信により充電制御装置11から充電ステーション41に送信する。これにより、1つの場所に複数の充電ステーション41が設置されている環境において充電中にケーブル外れが発生しても、どの車両がどのような状態でケーブル外れが発生したかを充電ステーション41側で判別することができる。そのため、正規のユーザに対して車両の状態を間違いなく知らせることができる。また、ケーブル外れが発生した充電ステーション41のリレー82を間違いなく遮断することができる。   Also in the vehicle charging system 40 of the second embodiment, wireless communication is established using the vehicle ID before charging, and when a cable disconnection occurs during charging, the cable disconnection detection signal, the monitoring information, and the vehicle ID are wirelessly transmitted. It transmits to the charging station 41 from the charging control apparatus 11 by communication. As a result, even if a cable disconnection occurs during charging in an environment where a plurality of charging stations 41 are installed in one place, the charging station 41 side can determine which vehicle has been disconnected and in what state. Can be determined. Therefore, the state of the vehicle can be definitely notified to an authorized user. In addition, the relay 82 of the charging station 41 where the cable disconnection has occurred can be definitely shut off.
また、第2実施形態の車両充電システム40では、充電ステーション41側でケーブル外れを検出した場合に、監視情報要求を充電制御装置11に送信して充電制御装置11から監視情報及び車両IDを無線通信により受信する。これにより、充電ステーション41から充電制御装置11に電力が供給されているときにケーブル外れを充電ステーション41側で検出した場合においても、どの車両がどのような状態でケーブル外れが発生したかを充電ステーション41側で判別することができる。   Further, in the vehicle charging system 40 of the second embodiment, when the disconnection of the cable is detected on the charging station 41 side, the monitoring information request is transmitted to the charging control device 11 and the monitoring information and the vehicle ID are wirelessly transmitted from the charging control device 11. Receive by communication. As a result, even when the disconnection of the cable is detected on the charging station 41 side when power is supplied from the charging station 41 to the charging control device 11, it is possible to charge which vehicle has been disconnected and in what state. The determination can be made on the station 41 side.
10 車両充電システム
11 充電制御装置
12 充電ステーション
13 防犯センサ
14 スマートエントリ装置
15、16 無線ユニット
17 異常判別回路
18 警報装置
40 車両充電システム
41 充電ステーション
42 インレット
43 プラグ
44 ケーブル外れ検出回路
70 車両充電システム
71 充電制御装置
72 充電ステーション
73 充電器
74 充電制御回路
75 PLCユニット
76 ケーブル外れ検出回路
77 インレット
78 メモリ
79 商用電源
80 ケーブル
81 プラグ
82 リレー
83 送電制御回路
84 PLCユニット
85 認証回路
86 充電池
DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 10 Vehicle charging system 11 Charging control apparatus 12 Charging station 13 Security sensor 14 Smart entry apparatus 15, 16 Wireless unit 17 Abnormality determination circuit 18 Alarm apparatus 40 Vehicle charging system 41 Charging station 42 Inlet 43 Plug 44 Cable disconnection detection circuit 70 Vehicle charging system 71 Charging control device 72 Charging station 73 Charger 74 Charging control circuit 75 PLC unit 76 Cable disconnection detection circuit 77 Inlet 78 Memory 79 Commercial power supply 80 Cable 81 Plug 82 Relay 83 Power transmission control circuit 84 PLC unit 85 Authentication circuit 86 Rechargeable battery

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  1. 充電ステーションと、車両に備えられ前記充電ステーションからケーブルを介して供給される電力により充電池の充電を行う充電制御装置とを有する車両充電システムであって、
    前記充電制御装置は、
    前記車両の識別情報を前記ケーブルを介して前記充電ステーションに送信する車両側電力線通信手段と、
    前記ケーブルが前記充電制御装置から外れたことを検出する第1のケーブル外れ検出手段と、
    前記車両の状態を監視する監視手段と、
    前記識別情報を使用して前記充電ステーションとの間で無線通信を確立するとともに、前記第1のケーブル外れ検出手段により充電中に前記ケーブルが前記充電制御装置から外れたことが検出されると、前記監視手段による監視内容を示す監視情報を前記充電ステーションに送信する車両側無線通信手段と、
    を備え、
    前記充電ステーションは、
    前記識別情報を前記ケーブルを介して前記充電制御装置から受信する充電ステーション側電力線通信手段と、
    電力線通信で受信した前記識別情報を使用して前記充電制御装置との間で無線通信を確立するとともに、前記監視情報を無線により前記充電制御装置から受信する充電ステーション側無線通信手段と、
    前記充電ステーション側無線通信手段において受信した前記監視情報を基に所定の動作を行うケーブル外れ対応手段と、
    を備えることを特徴とする車両充電システム。
    A vehicle charging system comprising: a charging station; and a charging control device that is provided in the vehicle and charges the rechargeable battery with electric power supplied from the charging station via a cable,
    The charge control device includes:
    Vehicle-side power line communication means for transmitting the vehicle identification information to the charging station via the cable;
    First cable disconnection detecting means for detecting that the cable is disconnected from the charge control device;
    Monitoring means for monitoring the state of the vehicle;
    When establishing wireless communication with the charging station using the identification information and detecting that the cable is disconnected from the charging control device during charging by the first cable disconnection detecting means, Vehicle-side wireless communication means for transmitting monitoring information indicating monitoring contents by the monitoring means to the charging station;
    With
    The charging station is
    A charging station side power line communication means for receiving the identification information from the charging control device via the cable;
    While establishing wireless communication with the charging control device using the identification information received by power line communication, the charging station side wireless communication means for receiving the monitoring information from the charging control device wirelessly;
    A cable disconnection handling means for performing a predetermined operation based on the monitoring information received by the charging station side wireless communication means;
    A vehicle charging system comprising:
  2. 請求項1に記載の車両充電システムであって、
    前記充電ステーションは、前記充電ステーション側無線通信手段において受信した前記監視情報を基に前記充電制御装置へ電力の供給停止を制御する送信制御手段を備える
    ことを特徴とする車両充電システム。
    The vehicle charging system according to claim 1,
    The said charging station is provided with the transmission control means which controls the supply stop of electric power to the said charge control apparatus based on the said monitoring information received in the said charging station side radio | wireless communication means. The vehicle charging system characterized by the above-mentioned.
  3. 請求項1又は請求項2に記載の車両充電システムであって、
    前記充電ステーションは、前記ケーブルが前記充電ステーションから外れたことを検出する第2のケーブル外れ検出手段を備え、
    前記充電ステーション側無線通信手段は、前記第2のケーブル外れ検出手段により前記ケーブルが前記充電ステーションから外れたことが検出されると、監視情報要求を前記充電制御装置に送信するとともに、前記充電制御装置から前記監視情報及び前記識別情報を受信し、
    前記車両側無線通信手段は、前記監視情報要求を前記充電ステーションから受信すると、前記監視情報及び前記識別情報を前記充電ステーションに送信する
    ことを特徴とする車両充電システム。
    The vehicle charging system according to claim 1 or 2,
    The charging station includes second cable disconnection detecting means for detecting that the cable is disconnected from the charging station,
    The charging station side wireless communication means transmits a monitoring information request to the charging control device and detects the charging control when the second cable disconnection detecting means detects that the cable is disconnected from the charging station. Receiving the monitoring information and the identification information from a device;
    The vehicle-side wireless communication unit, when receiving the monitoring information request from the charging station, transmits the monitoring information and the identification information to the charging station.
  4. 請求項3に記載の車両充電システムであって、
    前記ケーブル外れ対応手段は、前記第2のケーブル外れ検出手段により前記ケーブルが前記充電ステーションから外れたことが検出され、かつ、前記充電ステーション側無線通信手段において受信される前記識別情報と無線通信の確立で使用された前記識別情報とが一致すると、前記第2のケーブル外れ検出手段により検出されたケーブル外れが発生したこと及び前記充電ステーション側無線通信手段において受信される前記監視情報に基づいて所定の動作を行う
    ことを特徴とする車両充電システム。
    The vehicle charging system according to claim 3,
    The cable disconnection response means detects that the cable has been disconnected from the charging station by the second cable disconnection detection means, and receives the identification information and wireless communication received by the charging station side wireless communication means. If the identification information used in establishment matches, the predetermined disconnection occurs based on the occurrence of cable disconnection detected by the second cable disconnection detection means and the monitoring information received by the charging station side wireless communication means. A vehicle charging system characterized by performing the following operation.
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