WO2010150594A1 - Vehicle charging system - Google Patents

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WO2010150594A1
WO2010150594A1 PCT/JP2010/057655 JP2010057655W WO2010150594A1 WO 2010150594 A1 WO2010150594 A1 WO 2010150594A1 JP 2010057655 W JP2010057655 W JP 2010057655W WO 2010150594 A1 WO2010150594 A1 WO 2010150594A1
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Abstract

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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Vehicle charging system

The present invention relates to a vehicle charging system for supplying power to the charge control device mounted on a vehicle via the cable from the charging station.

Figure 7 is a diagram showing a conventional vehicle charging system.

Vehicle charging system 70 shown in FIG. 7, the charge control device 71 mounted on a vehicle such as electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid automobile, is configured to have a charging station 72 supplies power to the charge control device 71 that.

The charge control device 71, a charger 73, a charging control circuit 74, a PLC (Power Line Communications) unit 75, a cable detachment detecting circuit 76, an inlet 77, and a memory 78.

Charging station 72 includes a commercial power supply 79, a cable 80, a plug 81 provided at the end of the cable 80, a relay 82 provided between the commercial power supply 79 and the cable 80, the power transmission control circuit 83, PLC unit and 84, and includes an authentication circuit 85.

First, the owner of the vehicle (hereinafter, referred to as user) plug 81 is connected to the inlet 77 by. Then, the cable detachment detecting circuit 76 detects that the plug 81 is connected to the inlet 77, and outputs a signal indicating the charging control circuit 74.

Next, the charge control circuit 74, the vehicle ID stored in the memory 78 from the PLC unit 75 via the cable 80 to transmit to the PLC unit 84 of the charging station 72.

Next, the authentication circuit 85 performs authentication processing of whether the vehicle is authorized charge is based on the identification information received by the PLC unit 84, the authentication result to the PLC unit 84 and the power transmission control circuit 83 and output, respectively. At this time, if the authentication result is successful, the power transmission control circuit 83 electrically connects the commercial power supply 79 and the cable 80 connects the relay 82.

Next, the PLC unit 84 transmits to the PLC unit 75 of the charge control device 71 of the authentication result through the cable 80.

Next, the charge control circuit 74, when the authentication result received by the PLC unit 75 is successful, and controls the operation of the charger 73, battery by electric power supplied from charging station 72 via the cable 80 86 to charge.

Then, the charging control circuit 74, at a state of charge charging state of the rechargeable battery 86 is set by the user, it stops the operation of the charger 73. Further, the power transmission control circuit 83, at a state of charge charging state of the rechargeable battery 86 is set by the user, cutting the relay 82.

In such a vehicle charging system 70, the cable out occurs during charging, the charging control circuit 74 stops the operation of the charger 73. For example, when it impossible to radio communication between the vehicle key and the vehicle, when the plug 81 by the cable out detection circuit 76 is detected to have deviated from the inlet 77, the cable out is determined to have occurred during charging it is conceivable (for example, see Patent Document 1).

However, since this time can not be performed PLC communication can not be notice that the cable out to the charging station 72 occurs, resulting in leaving the commercial power supply 79 and the cable 80 is connected.

Therefore, for example, if that PLC communication is disconnected during charging PLC unit 84 detects, the power transmission control circuit 83 is considered to be determined with the cable off has occurred to disconnect the relay 82 during charging (e.g. , see Patent Document 2).

Further, for example, by utilizing a system for notification of the cable out of the charging from the vehicle by radio to the warning generating apparatus carried by a user, consider also notice the cable out of the charging from the charging controller 71 to the charging station 72 is (for example, see Patent Document 3).

However, when determining the cable out of the charging using the PLC communication with charging station 72 side, the charging station 72 side, it is impossible to determine the state of the vehicle when the cable out occurs.

Furthermore, by utilizing a system for notification of the cable out of the charging to the warning generator from the vehicle by radio, to notice the cable out of the charging from the charging controller 71 to the charging station 72, a public charging facility such as one of the in an environment where a plurality of charging stations 72 are installed in a place, it is impossible to determine whether the information transmitted from the charge control device 71 of any vehicle charging station 72.

JP 2009-38872 JP JP 2008-278740 JP JP 10-178701 discloses

The present invention, if the cable out occurs during charging in an environment where a plurality of charging stations in one location is provided to determine whether the cable out occurs in which the vehicle is any state in the charging station side it is an object of the invention to provide a vehicle charging system capable.

Vehicle charging system of the present invention, a charging station, a vehicle charging system and a charging control unit for charging the rechargeable battery with electric power supplied via the cable from the charging station provided in the vehicle, the charging control device includes a first cable detachment detecting means for detecting a vehicle-side power line communication means for transmitting the identification information of the vehicle to the charging station via the cable, said cable is out of the charge control device a monitoring means for monitoring the state of the vehicle, establishes a wireless communication with the charging station using the identification information, the cable is the charging during charging by said first cable out detecting means If it deviates from the control device is detected, the charging station a monitoring information indicating the monitoring content by said monitoring means And a vehicle-side wireless communication means for transmitting, the charging station, use a charging station-side power-line communication means for receiving the identification information from the charging control device via the cable, the identification information received by power line communication and establishes a wireless communication with the charging control device, wherein the charging station side wireless communication means for receiving monitoring information from said charging control device by radio, the monitoring received at the charging station side radio communication unit based on the information and a cable out corresponding means performs a predetermined operation.

Thus, if the cable out occurs, monitoring information from the charging controller in the charging station where wireless communication is established by the identification information is transmitted by wireless communication when the power is being supplied to the charging control unit from charging station because, the cable if off occurs, to determine which vehicle the cable out occurs in any state in the charging station side during charging in an environment where a plurality of charging stations in one location is provided can.

Furthermore, the charging station may be configured to include a transmission control means for controlling the supply stop of electric power to the charging control device on the basis of the monitoring information received by the charging station side radio communication unit.

Furthermore, the charging station comprises a second cable detachment detecting means for detecting that the cable is detached from the charging station, the charging station side wireless communication means, said cable by said second cable out detecting means When but that deviates from the charging station is detected, transmits the monitoring information request to the charging control device receives the monitoring information and the identification information from the charging control device, the vehicle-side wireless communication means When receiving the monitoring information request from the charging station, the monitoring information and the identification information may be configured to transmit to the charging station.

In this way, in the case of detecting the cable off in the charging station side when the power to the charging control device from the charging station is also supplied, charging station side the cable out occurs on any vehicle which state it can be determined.

Further, the cable out corresponding means, said cable by a second cable out detecting means is detected to have deviated from the charging station, and the identification information wirelessly received in the charging station side radio communication unit If it said identification information used in establishment of communication matches, based on the monitoring information received in the second cable off the cable out detected by the detecting means is generated and the charging station side radio communication unit it may be configured to perform a predetermined operation Te.

According to the present invention, if the cable out occurs during charging in an environment where a plurality of charging stations in one location is installed, whether the cable out occurs in which the vehicle is any state in the charging station side it can be determined.

Is a diagram illustrating a vehicle charging system of the first embodiment of the present invention. It is a diagram illustrating an example of a cable out detector circuit. It is a diagram showing a flowchart for explaining the operation of the vehicle charging system of the first embodiment. Is a diagram illustrating a vehicle charging system of the second embodiment of the present invention. It is a diagram illustrating an example of a cable out detector circuit. It is a diagram showing a flowchart for explaining the operation of the vehicle charging system of the second embodiment. It is a diagram showing a conventional vehicle charging system.

Figure 1 is a diagram illustrating a vehicle charging system of the first embodiment of the present invention. Note that the same reference numerals are given to the same configuration as the configuration shown in FIG.

Vehicle charging system 10 shown in Figure 1, the charge control device 11 mounted on a vehicle such as electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid automobile, is configured to have a charging station 12 supplies power to the charge control device 11 ing.

Charge control device 11 includes a charger 73, a charging control circuit 74, the PLC unit 75 (vehicle-side power line communication means), cable detachment detecting circuit 76 (the first cable out detecting means), an inlet 77, a memory 78, the security sensor 13, the smart entry system 14 is configured by a radio unit 15 (vehicle-side wireless communication means). The charging control means in the claims, for example, assumed to be configured by such as a charger 73 and the charging control circuit 74. The monitoring means of the scope of claims, for example, assumed to be configured of a security sensor 13 and smart entry system 14.

Charging station 12 includes a commercial power supply 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 unit), an authentication circuit 85 ( an authentication means), a radio unit 16 (the charging station side radio communication unit), an abnormality determination circuit 17 is configured by a warning device 18. Incidentally, the cable out corresponding means in the claims, for example, assumed to be configured by such abnormality determination circuit 17 and the warning device 18.

Figure 2 is a diagram showing an example of the cable out detector circuit 76.

Cable detachment detecting circuit 76 shown in FIG. 2 is constituted by resistors 20, 21 provided between the series-connected voltage + B of the power supply and the ground to each other. Connection point of the resistors 20 and 21 is connected to the terminal 22 of the inlet 77, a 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, the cable 80 is electrically connected to the charger 73. Further, when the plug 81 is connected to the inlet 77, together with the terminals 26 of the terminal 22 and the plug 81 of the inlet 77 are electrically connected, the terminal 27 is electrically connected to the terminals 23 and the plug 81 of the inlet 77 It is. Since the terminals 26 and 27 of the plug 81 is connected to the ground, respectively, when the plug 81 is connected to the inlet 77, the potential at the connection point of which is the output resistance 20 and 21 of the cable out detection circuit 76 is low level to become, when the plug 81 is not connected to the inlet 77, the potential at the connection point of which is the output resistance 20 and 21 of the cable out detector circuit 76 goes high.

Figure 3 is a diagram showing a flowchart for explaining the operation of the vehicle charging system 10 of the first embodiment.

First, the charging station 12, when due user operation receiving a charging start instruction and transmits the connection request by PLC communication PLC unit 75 of the charge control device 11 via the cable 80 from the PLC unit 84 (S1).

Then, the charging control unit 11 receives a connection request in PLC unit 75, and transmits a connection response by PLC communication PLC unit 84 of the charging station 12 via the cable 80 from the PLC unit 75 (S2).

Next, the charging station 12 receives the connection response in PLC unit 84, and transmits the vehicle ID (IDentification) required by PLC communication PLC unit 75 of the charge control device 11 via the cable 80 from the PLC unit 84 (S3 ).

Then, the charging control unit 11 receives the vehicle ID request in PLC unit 75, the vehicle ID (identification stored in the memory 78 by the PLC communication PLC unit 84 of the charging station 12 via the cable 80 from the PLC unit 75 transmits information) (S4).

Next, the charging station 12 receives the vehicle ID in PLC unit 84, performs an authentication process whether the vehicle charging is permitted using the vehicle ID in the authentication circuit 85 (S5).

Next, the charging station 12 transmits the authentication result to the PLC unit 75 of the charge control device 11 via the cable 80 from the PLC unit 84 by PLC communication (S6).

Then, the charging control unit 11 receives the authentication result in PLC unit 75, the authentication result in the charging control circuit 74 is confirmed, the authentication result is successful, charging station 12 via the cable 80 from the PLC unit 75 transmitting a power supply required by the PLC communication PLC unit 84 (S7).

Next, the charging station 12 receives the power supply request in PLC unit 84, the power transmission control circuit 83 connects the relay 82 (S8), the PLC unit of the charging control device 11 via the cable 80 from the PLC unit 84 75 It transmits a charging permission signal by PLC communication (S9).

Then, the charging control unit 11 receives the charging permission signal in PLC unit 75, starts the operation control of the charger 73 in the charging control circuit 74 starts monitoring the state of charge and vehicle condition, the state of charge the PLC communication is transmitted to the charging station 12 (S10). For example, the charge control unit 11 is output and the state of charge of such voltage and current output to the rechargeable battery 86 from the charging amount and the charger 73 of the rechargeable battery 86, the output of the cable out detector circuit 76, the security sensor 13 intruder detection signal (signal indicating that there are intruder in the vehicle), (signals the user indicating that not near the vehicle) user absent signal output from the smart entry unit 14, an ignition operation signal input from the outside (signal indicating that the ignition is turned on), or vehicle drive signal input from the outside to monitor vehicle conditions, such as (vehicle signal indicating that was moved).

Next, the charge control device 11 transmits the vehicle ID by wireless communication to the wireless unit 16 of the charging station 12 from the wireless unit 15 (S11).

Next, the charging station 12 receives the vehicle ID in a wireless unit 16 checks whether or not the vehicle ID received in the vehicle ID and PLC communication received by the wireless communication match (S12), to the case matches transmits a connection response by wireless communication to the wireless unit 15 of the charge control device 11 from the wireless unit 16 (S13).

Then, the charging control device 11 receives the connection response in a wireless unit 15, to confirm that the charging station 12 and the wireless communication is established (S14).

Next, the charge control unit 11 determines whether or not to end the charging in the charge control circuit 74 (S15). For example, the charge control circuit 74, the charging completion signal is sent by the PLC communication from charging station 12 may decide to end the charging.

If it is determined that charging is terminated (S15 is Yes), the charging control unit 11 stops the charger 73 in the charging control circuit 74 (S18).

On the other hand, when it is determined not to end the charging (S15 is No), the charging controller 11 determines whether the cable out is detected by the cable detachment detecting circuit 76 (S16).

If the cable off is determined not to be detected (S16 is No), the charging control unit 11 returns to S15.

On the other hand, if it is determined that the cable off is detected (S16 is Yes), the charging control unit 11, indicating that the cable off is detected during charging by wireless communication to the wireless unit 16 of the charging station 12 from the wireless unit 15 cable out detection signal, and transmits the monitoring information, and the vehicle ID (S17), stops the charger 73 in the charging control circuit 74 (S18). Note that as the monitoring information is, for example, an intruder detection signal described above, the user absent signal, the ignition operation signal, or the like vehicle drive signal is considered.

The charging station 12, after sending a connection response to the wireless unit 15 of the charge control device 11 from the wireless unit 16 (S13), determines whether to terminate the charge in the power transmission control circuit 83 (S19). For example, the power transmission control circuit 83, at a desired state of charge state of charge from the charge control device 11 is sent by the PLC communication is set by the user, it determines that the charging is terminated, charging control device charge termination signal 11 it may be sent to. The charging station 12, even when detecting the leakage of the power supplied to the charge control device 11 determines that charging is terminated, may transmit a charge termination signal to the charge control device 11.

If it is determined that charging is terminated (S19 is Yes), the charging station 12 cuts the relay 82 in the power transmission control circuit 83 (S22).

On the other hand, when it is determined not to end the charging (S19 is No), the charging station 12, the cable out detecting signal is transmitted in the wireless unit 16 from the charging control unit 11, the monitoring information, and receives the vehicle ID, and, determining whether the vehicle ID used in the establishment of the vehicle ID and the wireless communication coincide (S20).

Cable out detection signal, monitor information, and if it is determined that it has not received the vehicle ID (S20 is No), the charging station 12 returns to S19.

On the other hand, the cable out detecting signal, monitoring information, and receives the vehicle ID, and, if it is determined that the vehicle ID used in the establishment of the vehicle ID and the wireless communication coincide (S20 is Yes), the charging station 12 , cable loss detection signal and a signal for executing a process corresponding to the monitoring information output from the abnormality determination circuit 17 to the authentication circuit 85 and an alarm device 18 (S21), cutting the relay 82 in the power transmission control circuit 83 ( S22). In this case, the alarm device 18, for example, informing "that there are intruder that the cable out has occurred and the vehicle during charging" to the user by voice and the display displays. The authentication circuit 85, for example, to release the authentication based on the vehicle ID.

Thus, the vehicle charging system 10 of the first embodiment, in advance to establish a wireless communication with the vehicle ID before charging, the cable out occurs during charging cable out detecting signal, monitor information, and the vehicle It sends ID from the charging control unit 11 by wireless communication to the charging station 12. In this way, one also cable out occurs during charging in an environment where a plurality of charging stations 12 are installed in a place, the charging station 12 side or the cable out occurs on any vehicle which state it can be determined. Therefore, it is possible to inform without any condition of the vehicle mistake against a regular user. Further, it is possible to shut off without the relay 82 of the charging station 12 where the cable out occurs mistake.

Figure 4 is a diagram illustrating a vehicle charging system of the second embodiment of the present invention. Note that the same reference numerals are given to the same configuration as the configuration shown in FIG.

Vehicle charging system 40 shown in FIG. 4, the charge control device 11 is configured to include a charging station 41 supplies power to the charge control device 11.

Charge control device 11 includes a charger 73, a charging control circuit 74, the PLC unit 75 (vehicle-side power line communication means), cable detachment detecting circuit 76 (the first cable out detecting means), an inlet 77, a memory 78, the security sensor 13, the smart entry system 14 is configured by a radio unit 15 (vehicle-side wireless communication means). The charging control means in the claims, for example, assumed to be configured by such as a charger 73 and a charging control circuit 74. The monitoring means of the scope of claims, for example, assumed to be configured of a security sensor 13 and smart entry system 14.

Charging station 41 includes a commercial power supply 79, a cable 80, a plug 81 provided on one end of the cable 80, a relay 82, the power transmission control circuit 83 (power transmission control means) and, PLC unit 84 (charging station side power-line communication plug and means), an authentication circuit 85 (authentication means), a radio unit 16 (charging station side radio communication unit), an abnormality determination circuit 17, the alarm device 18, an inlet 42 is provided at the other end of the cable 80 43, is constituted by a cable detachment detecting circuit 44 (second cable out detecting means). Incidentally, the cable out corresponding means in the claims, for example, assumed to be configured by such abnormality determination circuit 17 and the warning device 18.

Figure 5 is a diagram showing an example of a cable detachment detecting circuit 76 and the cable out detector circuit 44. Note that the same reference numerals are given to the same configuration as shown in FIG. The configuration of the cable out detector circuit 76 is omitted because it is same as that shown in FIG.

Cable detachment detecting circuit 44 shown in FIG. 5 is constituted by resistors 50 and 51 provided between a power supply and ground are connected in series the voltage + B from each other. Connection point of the resistors 50 and 51 is connected to the terminal 52 of the inlet 42, a connection point between the resistor 51 and the ground is connected to the 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, an electrical utility power 79 cable 80 via the relay 82 (not shown in FIG. 5) It is connected to. Further, when the plug 43 is connected to the inlet 42, together with the terminals 56 of the terminal 52 and the plug 43 of the inlet 42 are electrically connected, and are electrically terminal 57 of the terminal 53 and the plug 43 of the inlet 42 It is connected. Since the terminals 56 and 57 of the plug 43 is connected to the ground, respectively, when the plug 43 is connected to the inlet 42, the potential at the connection point of which is the output resistance 50 and 51 of the cable out detection circuit 44 is low level to become, when the plug 43 is not connected to the inlet 42, the potential at the connection point of which is the output resistance 50 and 51 of the cable out detector circuit 44 goes high.

Figure 6 is a diagram showing a flowchart for explaining the operation of the vehicle charging system 40 of the second embodiment. Incidentally, S1 ~ S14 of FIG. 6 is omitted because it is similar to the flowchart of S1 ~ S14 shown in FIG.

Charge control device 11 receives the connection response in a wireless unit 15 confirms that the charging station 12 and the wireless communication is established (S14), determines whether to terminate the charge in the charge control circuit 74 (S60 ). For example, the charge control device 11, the charging completion signal is sent by the PLC communication from charging station 41 may decide to end the charging.

If it is determined that charging is terminated (S60 is Yes), the charging control unit 11 stops the charger 73 in the charging control circuit 74 (S65).

On the other hand, when it is determined not to end the charging (S60 is No), the charging control unit 11, the monitoring information request from the charging station 41 determines whether or not sent in the radio unit 15 (S61).

If the monitoring information request is determined to be sent (including the matching process with the vehicle ID stored in the vehicle ID and the memory 78 in the monitoring information request) (S61 is Yes), the charging controller 11, the wireless unit by wireless communication to the wireless unit 16 of the charging station 41 from 15 transmits the monitoring information and the vehicle ID (S64), it stops the charger 73 in the charging control circuit 74 (S65). Note that as the monitoring information is, for example, an intruder detection signal described above, the user absent signal, the ignition operation signal, or the like vehicle drive signal is considered.

On the other hand, if the monitoring information request is determined not to have been sent (S61 is No), the charging controller 11 determines whether the cable out is detected by the cable detachment detecting circuit 76 (S62).

If the cable off is determined not to be detected (S62 is No), the charging control unit 11 returns to S60.

On the other hand, if it is determined that the cable off is detected (S62 is Yes), the charging controller 11, the cable out detecting indicating that cable off is detected by wireless communication to the wireless unit 16 of the charging station 41 from the wireless unit 15 signal, transmits the monitoring information, and the vehicle ID (S63), stops the charger 73 in the charging control circuit 74 (S65).

The charging station 41, after transmitting a connection response to the wireless unit 15 of the charge control device 11 from the wireless unit 16 (S13), determines whether to terminate the charge in the power transmission control circuit 83 (S66). For example, charging station 41, at a desired state of charge state of charge from the charge control device 11 is sent by the PLC communication is set by the user, it is determined to end the charging, the charge control device 11 charge termination signal it may be sent. The charging station 41, even when detecting the leakage of the power supplied to the charge control device 11 may determine to end the charging.

If it is determined that charging is terminated (S66 is Yes), the charging station 41 cuts the relay 82 in the power transmission control circuit 83 (S72).

On the other hand, when it is determined not to end the charging (S66 is No), the charging station 41, the cable out detecting signal transmitted from the charge control device 11 in a wireless unit 16, the monitoring information, and receives the vehicle ID, and, determining whether the vehicle ID used in the establishment of the vehicle ID and the wireless communication coincide (S67).

Cable out detection signal, monitoring information, and receives the vehicle ID, and, if it is determined that the vehicle ID used in the establishment of the vehicle ID and the wireless communication coincide (S67 is Yes), charging station 41, the cable and it outputs a signal for executing a processing corresponding to the loss detection signal and the monitor information from the abnormality determination circuit 17 to the authentication circuit 85 and an alarm device 18 (S71), cutting the relay 82 in the power transmission control circuit 83 (S72) . In this case, the alarm device 18, for example, informing "that there are intruder that the cable out has occurred and the vehicle during charging" to the user by voice and the display displays. The authentication circuit 85, for example, to release the authentication based on the vehicle ID.

On the other hand, the cable out detecting signal, monitor information, and if it is determined that it has not received the vehicle ID (S67 is No), the charging station 41 determines whether or not the cable out is detected by the cable out detection circuit 44 (S68).

If the cable off is determined not to be detected (S68 is No), the charging station 41 returns to S66.

On the other hand, if it is determined that the cable off is detected (S68 is Yes), the charging station 41 transmits the monitoring information requested by the wireless communication to the wireless unit 15 of the charging station 41 from the wireless unit 16 (S69), the wireless unit 16 receiving the monitoring information and the vehicle ID are transmitted from the charging controller 11 in, and determines whether or not to match the vehicle ID used in the establishment of the vehicle ID and the wireless communication (S70).

Receiving the monitoring information and the vehicle ID, and, if it is determined that the vehicle ID used in the establishment of the vehicle ID and the wireless communication coincide (S70 is Yes), the charging station 41 is detected by the cable out detection circuit 44 are outputted respectively a signal for the cable disconnected to perform the processing corresponding to and monitoring information generated from the abnormality determination circuit 17 to the authentication circuit 85 and an alarm device 18 (S71), the relay 82 in the power transmission control circuit 83 to cut (S72).

Even in a vehicle charging system 40 of the second embodiment, in advance to establish a wireless communication with the vehicle ID before charging, the cable out occurs during charging cable out detecting signal, monitor information, and the vehicle ID radio sending from the charging control unit 11 by communication to the charging station 41. In this way, one also cable out occurs during charging in an environment where a plurality of charging stations 41 are installed in a place, the charging station 41 side or the cable out occurs on any vehicle which state it can be determined. Therefore, it is possible to inform without any condition of the vehicle mistake against a regular user. Further, it is possible to shut off without the relay 82 of the charging station 41 where the cable out occurs mistake.

Further, the vehicle charging system 40 of the second embodiment, when detecting the cable off in the charging station 41 side, the monitoring information and the vehicle ID from the charging control unit 11 transmits the monitoring information request to the charge control device 11 wirelessly It is received by the communication. Thus, the charge or in the case of detecting the cable off in the charging station 41 side, the cable out occurs in which the vehicle is any state when power to the charge control device 11 from the charging station 41 is supplied it is possible to determine the station 41 side.

10 vehicle charging system 11 charging control device 12 charging station 13 security sensor 14 smart entry device 15, 16 wireless unit 17 abnormality determination circuit 18 alarm device 40 vehicle charging system 41 charging station 42 the inlet 43 plug 44 cable detachment detecting circuit 70 vehicle charging system 71 charge control device 72 charging station 73 the charger 74 charge control circuit 75 PLC unit 76 cable detachment detecting circuit 77 inlet 78 memory 79 commercial power supply 80 cable 81 plug 82 relay 83 the power transmission control circuit 84 PLC unit 85 authentication circuit 86 battery

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  1. A charging station, a vehicle charging system and a charging control unit for charging the rechargeable battery with electric power supplied via the cable from the charging station provided in a vehicle,
    The charge control device,
    A vehicle-side power line communication means for transmitting the identification information of the vehicle to the charging station via the cable,
    A first cable detachment detecting means for detecting that the cable is out of the charge control device,
    Monitoring means for monitoring the state of the vehicle,
    It establishes a wireless communication with the charging station using the identification information, when the said cable during charging by the first cable out detecting means is detected to have deviated from the charge control device, and the vehicle-side wireless communication means for transmitting the monitoring information indicating the monitoring content by said monitoring means to the charging station,
    Equipped with a,
    The charging station,
    A charging station-side power-line communication means for receiving the identification information from the charging control device via the cable,
    Establishes a wireless communication with the charge control device using the identification information received by power line communication, a charging station side wireless communication means for receiving from said charging control device the monitoring information by radio,
    A cable out corresponding means performs a predetermined operation based on the monitoring information received by the charging station side radio communication unit,
    Vehicle charging system comprising: a.
  2. A vehicle charging system according to claim 1,
    The charging station, a vehicle charging system, characterized in that it comprises a transmission control means for controlling the supply stop of electric power to the charging control device on the basis of the monitoring information received by the charging station side radio communication unit.
  3. A vehicle charging system according to claim 1 or claim 2,
    The charging station comprises a second cable detachment detecting means for detecting that the cable is detached from the charging station,
    The charging station side radio communication unit, when the second cable off the cable by the detecting means is detected to have deviated from the charging station, it transmits the monitoring information request to the charging control device, the charge control receiving the monitoring information and the identification information from the device,
    Vehicle charging system the vehicle side wireless communication means for when receiving the monitoring information request from the charging station, and transmits the monitoring information and the identification information to the charging station.
  4. A vehicle charging system according to claim 3,
    It said cable out corresponding means, wherein that said cable is detached from the charging station by the second cable out detecting means is detected, and the identification information and the wireless communication is received at the charging station side radio communication unit If it said identification information used in establishment match, predetermined on the basis of the monitoring information received in the second cable off the cable off was detected is generated by the detection means and the charging station side radio communication unit vehicle charging system and performing the operation.
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