The study and analysis of the impact on the power distribution system of the battery charger stations at Sakon Nakhon Rajabhat University


  • Krisada Prompinit Krisada Prompinit, Program of Electrical and Electronics, Faculty of Industrial Technology, Sakon Nakhon Rajabhat University, Sakon Nakhon, 47000 Thailand.
  • Wassana Kasemsin


EV quick charge station, CHAdeMO standard, Type 2 standard


This article is presenting the study and analysis of the impact on the power distribution system of the battery charger stations at Sakon Nakhon Rajabhat University according to the problem of the difference between the plugs of electric car battery chargers at the battery charger station and the electrical receptacle of various types of electric vehicles which respond to the needs electric vehicles users that are currently in use. The proposed paper is introducing the electric vehicle battery charger principle, the design standard selection of the fast charge with various standard battery charger. Results are shown in simulation with the Power Simulation (PSIM) and the implementation of battery charger with various standard fast charge type which installed at Sakon Nakhon Rajabhat University. The results show that CHAdeMO and Type 2 can accommodate most of the electric vehicles currently in use. In addition, the operation of a fast-charge electric car battery charger can also help to prevent the deterioration of the battery. Due to the fast charging operation with voltage, current or unappropriated temperature, the charging process will not affect the power stability of the utility system and the system efficiency can be evaluated from the simulation and implementation results.


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How to Cite

Prompinit, K., & Kasemsin, W. (2019). The study and analysis of the impact on the power distribution system of the battery charger stations at Sakon Nakhon Rajabhat University. Creative Science, 11(3), 105–113. Retrieved from