Before using the charging transformer, you should first understand the charging needs of electric vehicles and the type of charging plug to ensure that the suitable charging transformer is selected.
The charging transformer should have a normal working mark and safety protection device, and comply with national standards and relevant regulations.
Before using the charging transformer, check whether there is damage or leakage outside it to ensure safe use.
The charging transformer should be placed in a well-ventilated, dry, non-flammable and explosive area to avoid water or other liquids entering the charging transformer.
The charging transformer should be connected to a reliable power outlet and ensure that the supply voltage and frequency match the rated voltage and frequency of the charging transformer.
During the charging process, the operating instructions and safety regulations of the charging transformer should be strictly followed, and the current and voltage output of the charging transformer should not be changed without permission.
The output voltage and current of the charging transformer shall meet the charging requirements of the electric vehicle and shall not exceed the rated current and voltage of the charging device.
During the charging process, the working status of the charging transformer should be closely monitored. If there is any abnormal situation, the charging should be stopped immediately and repaired.
The maintenance and maintenance of the charging transformer should be carried out regularly, such as cleaning the surface of the equipment, checking the connection line, etc., to ensure its normal operation and safe use.
During the charging process, the area around the charging transformer should be kept clean and tidy to avoid the accumulation of debris or flammable materials to reduce the risk of fire and other safety accidents.