This project describes an implementation of the third connection scheme described by the Low Voltage Regulation for the charging of electric vehicles in community parkings. This scheme allows to reduce installation and maintenance costs since all users share the installation and electric connection. Although, the fact that these types of installations currently follow the first scheme of this regulation, where each user performs an individual installation from the electric connection of his house, it is expected that in the near future these types of facilities will be prohibited and the trend is an installation as proposed. The proposed project is not only a novelty in that there are none similarly in the market, but also represents a challenge for the application of new technologies where a set of users must share and manage resources using communications networks, databases and control algorithms for the efficient management of the installation and the contracted power. The design has not been limited to the programming of these functions but has also been necessary in the design and implementation of the hardware of the charging stations following the restrictions of the current legislation.
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