EV charging station maintenance

Chargemaster EV charging solutions are chosen for their durability and brand reputation. This ensures they need minimal maintenance and provide exceptional continuity of service. However, to ensure your EV charging stations remain safe and trouble-free, we recommend an annual maintenance check. Public electric vehicle charging stations must be certified annually, in line with government regulations.


Through our nationwide partnership with electricians and electrical engineers, we can arrange scheduled inspections of:


• Plugs, cables and leads

• RCDs and over-current devices

• Earth continuity protection

• EV charging functions

• Compliance with current WorkSafe guidelines , which may have changed since the installation


Contact Chargemaster for EV charging station maintenance


With our nationwide Laser Electrical partner network, we make it easy to find local electricians and electrical engineers with experience in EV charging infrastructure installation and maintenance. Simply call us on 0800 EV CHARGE (0800 38 24 27 43) or drop us a line today.

CHARGER MODE  STANDARD OR STANDARD
Mode 2 IC-CPD (In cord control and protection device) IEC 62752, 61851-1 UL 2251
Mode 3 AC charging IEC 61851, 61851-22
Mode 4 DC charging IEC 61851-1, 61851-23
*Electrical charging standards may be added at a later date
EQUIPMENT STANDARD
RCD IEC 62423
Overload protection device IEC 60947-2, IEC 60947-6-2 or AS/NZS 61009-1 or relevant parts of AS/NZS 60898 series or IEC 60269
IC-CPD leads (all leads must be tested and tagged by the manufacturer to shows ratings of intended use) IEC 61851-1 in conjunction with IEC 62196-1 or UL 2202 or UL 2251
Connectors  IEC 61851:2017 and other relevant standards governing either the EV plug or EV socket-outlet portions of the adaptor. They should be marked to indicate specific conditions of use allowed by the manufacturer.