In terms of safety design, electric vehicle (EV) charging stations must provide for safety, efficiency, and reliability. Therefore, public charging stations incorporate several safety protection measures, including lightning protection, arc protection, and leakage protection. These ensure that electric vehicles can be charged safely and reliably even in harsh weather conditions.
Additionally, information security ensures product safety for the public using EV charging stations. Globally accepted inspection methods often include information security verification for the voluntary product certification of “Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment” with networking capabilities. This process helps prevent potential information security risks that could arise from remotely managing equipment and providing services.
However, users still need to comply with all safety guidelines and recommendations to guarantee safety throughout the charging process.