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CT4000 Family
ChargePoint® Networked Charging Station
Installation
Guide
ChargePoint, Inc.
1692 Dell Ave.
Campbell, CA 95008-6901 USA
US toll free: +1-877-850-4562
www.chargepoint.com
Document P/N: 75-001084-02 Rev. 3
SAVE THESE IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
This manual contains important instructions that must be followed during installation of a ChargePoint® Networked Charging Station.
Grounding instructions
The ChargePoint® Charging Station must be connected to a grounded, metal, permanent wiring system; or an equipment-grounding
conductor is to be run with circuit conductors and connected to the equipment grounding terminal or lead on the Electric Vehicle Supply
Equipment (EVSE). Connections to the EVSE shall comply with all applicable codes and ordinances.
FCC Compliance Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instruction manual, may cause harmful interference with radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential
area is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case, you will be required to correct the interference at your own expense.
Important: Changes or modifications to this product not authorized by ChargePoint, Inc., could affect the EMC compliance and revoke your
authority to operate this product.
Exposure to Radio Frequency Energy: The radiated power output of the 802.11 b/g/n radio and cellular modem (optional) in this device is
below the FCC radio frequency exposure limits for uncontrolled equipment. This device should be operated with a minimum distance of at
least 20 cm between the 802.11 b/g/n and cellular antennas and a person’s body and must not be co-located or operated with any other
antenna or transmitter by the manufacturer, subject to the conditions of the FCC Grant.
Industry Canada
This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this
device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired
operation of the device.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L’exploitation est autorisée
aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) l’appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage
radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible d’en compromettre le fonctionnement.
FCC/IC Compliance Labels
Go to http://www.chargepoint.com/labels/.
Safety and compliance
This document provides instructions to install the ChargePoint® Charging Station and should not be used for any other product. Before
installing the ChargePoint® Charging Station, you should review this manual carefully and consult with a licensed contractor, licensed
electrician and trained installation expert to ensure compliance with local building practices, climate conditions, safety standards, and all
applicable codes and ordinances.
The ChargePoint® Charging Station should be installed only by a licensed contractor and a licensed electrician and in accordance with all
local and national codes and standards. The ChargePoint® Charging Station should be inspected by a qualified installer prior to the initial
use. Under no circumstances will compliance with the information in this manual relieve the user of his/her responsibility to comply with all
applicable codes or safety standards. This document describes the most commonly-used installation and mounting scenarios. If situations
arise in which it is not possible to perform an installation following the procedures provided in this document, contact ChargePoint, Inc.
ChargePoint, Inc. is not responsible for any damages that may occur resulting from custom installations that are not described in this
document.
No accuracy guarantee
Reasonable effort was made to ensure that the specifications and other information in this manual are accurate and complete at the time of
its publication. However, the specifications and other information in this manual are subject to change at any time without prior notice.
Warranty information and disclaimer
Your use of, or modification to, the ChargePoint® Charging Station in a manner in which the ChargePoint® Charging Station is not intended to
be used or modified will void the limited warranty. Other than any such limited warranty, the ChargePoint products are provided “AS IS,” and
ChargePoint, Inc. and its distributors expressly disclaim all implied warranties, including any warranty of design, merchantability, fitness for a
particular purposes and non-infringement, to the maximum extent permitted by law.
Limitation of liability
IN NO EVENT SHALL CHARGEPOINT, INC. OR ITS AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL,
PUNITIVE, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOST PROFITS, LOST DATA, LOSS OF USE, COST OF COVER,
OR LOSS OR DAMAGE TO THE CHARGEPOINT® CHARGING STATION, ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE
THIS MANUAL, EVEN IF CHARGEPOINT, INC. OR ITS AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTORS HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGES.
Copyright and trademarks
©2013-2014 ChargePoint, Inc. All rights reserved. This material is protected by the copyright laws of the United States and other countries.
It may not be modified, reproduced or distributed without the prior, express written consent of ChargePoint, Inc. CHARGEPOINT is a U.S.
and European Union registered trademark and service mark of ChargePoint, Inc. and can not be used without the prior written consent of
ChargePoint. All other products or services mentioned are the trademarks, service marks, registered trademarks or registered service marks
of their respective holders. ChargePoint, Inc. has several patents filed.
Contents
1
Introduction
Summary of Shipping Boxes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Installation Sequence. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Before Installing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Dual Circuit Wiring Diagram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
Shared Power Wiring Diagram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
Grounding Requirements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
2
Installing a Bollard Mount
Before You Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Overview of Steps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Step 1: Check Boxes for Correct Contents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
Step 2: Prepare Pole/Base Plate for Mounting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
Step 3: Mount Pole/Base Plate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4
Step 4: Install Main Body. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Step 5: Prepare Retractor for Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6
Step 6: Install Retractor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7
Step 7: Connect Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8
Step 8: Check Voltages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
3
Installing a Wall Mount
Before You Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Overview of Steps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Step 1: Check Boxes for Correct Contents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Step 2: Drill Holes in Wall. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Step 3: Mount Rear Brackets to Wall. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
Step 4: Prepare Retractor for Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
Step 5: Mount Retractor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6
Step 6: Install Conduit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
Step 7: Install Main Body. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-8
Step 8: Connect Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
Step 9: Check Voltages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10
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Installing the Head and Top Cap
Before You Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Overview of Steps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Step 1: Check Boxes for Correct Contents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Step 2: Prepare Head Assembly for Mounting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4
Step 3: Slide Head Assembly Into Body. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7
Step 4: Connect Head Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8
Step 5: Use the Wizard to Complete the Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-9
Step 6: Secure Head Assembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-12
Step 7: Prepare the Station for Activation on ChargePoint. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-13
5
Troubleshooting
Check the Station’s Display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
Display Station Codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
Description of Station Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
Charging Cable Doesn’t Move Freely. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
Appendix A: Preparing the Installation Site for a Bollard Mount
Appendix B: CT4000 Power Management Instructions
Appendix C: Installing and Replacing Signs
Appendix D: Installing Cable Clamps
Appendix E: Limited Product Warranty
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Introduction
This document provides step-by-step instructions on how to install a CT4000 ChargePoint® Charging Station.
Summary of Shipping Boxes
Assembly name...
Label on box says....
Top Cap
CT40XX-CAP*
Overview of box contents...
Shipping
Weight
For Installation
Instructions, see...
5 lbs (2.1 kg)
Chapter 4
Bollard:
50 lbs (22.7 kg)
Wall:
15 lbs (6.8 kg)
Chapter 2 - Bollard
Chapter 3 - Wall Mount
IMPORTANT:
Open this box first—it
contains this Installation
Guide
Body
CT40X1-BD or CT40X3-BD
Bollard Mount (CT40X1-BD):
Wall Mount (CT40X3-BD):
Cord Management
Retractor
CT4000-CMK
CMK:
40 lbs (18.1 kg)
CMK8:
50 lbs (22.7 kg)
Chapter 2 - Bollard
Chapter 3 - Wall Mount
Head
CT40X0-HD* or CT40X0-HD-GW*
For gateway stations the box also
includes a Network Enablement
Kit, CT4000-NEK1 (US) or
CT4000‑NEK2 (Canada)
Dual Port:
31 lbs (14 kg)
Single Port:
25 lbs (11.3 kg)
Chapter 4
OPTIONAL:
Power Management Kit
CT4000-PMGMT
Allows both ports on a dual port
station to share a single 40A
circuit (Power Share). Also allows
a CT4000 to be set up to operate
at a lower current (Power Select).
5 oz (.14 kg)
Appendix B
*The last two digits of the four-digit model number depends on the station’s features. The third digit (CT40X0) is “1” if the station has a single charging port, or ‘2”
if the station has two charging ports. The last digit (CT401X) is either a 1 (bollard mount) or 3 (wall mount).
NOTE: A more detailed list of the contents in each shipping box is provided in the associated chapter with the step-by-step
installation instructions.
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Installation Sequence
Regardless of the specific type of CT4000 charging station you are installing, and the options included, the high level
installation sequence is the same:
PREPARE THE
INSTALLATION SITE
Ensure the wiring, circuit
protection, and metering
is in place. Read the
remainder of Chapter 1. If
installing a bollard mount,
also read Appendix A.
INSTALL THE
MOUNTING OPTION
Depending on the type of
station, follow the steps in
either:
Chapter 2 - Bollard
Chapter 3 - Wall mount
INSTALL THE HEAD
AND TOP CAP
Follow the steps in
Chapter 4.
PREPARE THE STATION
FOR ACTIVATION
Follow the steps in
Chapter 4.
Before Installing
You must complete an online training class to become a ChargePoint
Certified Installer, and to get a login for ChargePoint. If you do not complete
this training, you will be unable to complete the installation process.
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•
Ensure that the appropriate wiring, circuit protection, and metering is in place at the installation location by reviewing
the specifications, wiring diagrams, and grounding requirements in the remainder of this chapter.
•
Ensure that adequate CDMA (Verizon, Sprint) or GSM (AT&T, Rogers) cellular coverage is available at the installation
location. To ensure adequate signal strength in underground garages or other enclosed parking structures, cellular
repeaters may be required.
•
For bollard mount charging stations, prepare the installation site by following the instructions in Appendix A. The
mounting template for the bollard is stapled into the center fold of this document and a PDF version is available at
www.chargepoint.com/support-installation-guides.php. Ensure the PDF version is accurate by printing it at 100% scale on
11” x 17” paper and then verifying at least one dimension.
•
Review the CT4000 Data Sheet (available at www.chargepoint.com/support-product-data-sheets.php).
•
Review the contents of this document to familiarize yourself with the contents of each shipping box and the required
installation steps.
Introduction
Specifications
Electrical Input
SINGLE PORT
AC Voltage
208/240VAC
DUAL PORT
208/240VAC
Current
Input Power Connection
Required Service
Panel Breaker
Standard
30A
One 40A branch circuit
40A dual pole
(non-GFCI type)
30A x 2
Two independent 40A branch
circuits
40A dual pole
(non-GFCI type) x 2
Standard Power Share
n/a
n/a
n/a
32A
One 40A branch Circuit
40A dual pole
(non-GFCI type)
Power Select 24A
24A
One 30A Branch circuit
30A dual pole
(non-GFCI type)
24A x 2
Two independent 30A branch
circuits
30A dual pole
(non-GFCI type) x 2
Power Select 24A
Power Share
n/a
n/a
n/a
24A
One 30A branch circuit
30A dual pole
(non-GFCI type)
Power Select 16A
16A
One 20A Branch circuit
20A dual pole
(non-GFCI type)
16A x 2
Two independent 20A branch
circuits
20A dual pole
(non-GFCI type) x 2
Power Select 16A
Power Share
n/a
n/a
n/a
16A
One 20A branch circuit
20A dual pole
(non-GFCI type)
Service Panel GFCI
Current
Input Power Connection
Required Service
Panel Breaker
Do not provide external GFCI as it may conflict with internal GFCI (CCID)
Wiring - Standard
3-wire (L1, L2, Earth)
Wiring - Power Share
5-wire (L1, L1, L2, L2, Earth)
n/a
Station Power
3-wire (L1, L2, Earth)
8W typical (standby), 15W maximum (operation)
Electrical Output
Standard
7.2kW (240VAC@30A)
7.2kW (240VAC@30A) x 2
n/a
7.2kW (240VAC@30A) x 1 OR
3.8kW (240VAC@16A) x 2
Standard Power Share
Power Select 24A
5.8kW (240VAC@24A)
5.8kW (240VAC@24A) x 2
Power Select 24A
Power Share
n/a
5.8kW (240VAC@ 24A) x 1 OR
2.9kW (240VAC@12A) x 2
Power Select 16A
3.8kW (240VAC@16A)
3.8kW (240VAC@16A) x 2
n/a
3.8kW (240VAC@16A) x 1 OR
1.9kW (240VAC@8A) x 2
Power Select 16A
Power Share
Functional Interfaces
Connector(s) Type
SAE J1772™
SAE J1772™ x 2
Charging Cable Length
18’ (5.5 meters)
18’ (5.5 meters) x 2
Overhead Cable
Management System
Yes
LCD Display
5.7” full color, 640x480, 30fps full motion video, active matrix, UV protected
Card Reader
ISO 15693, 14443, NFC
Locking Holster
Yes
Yes x 2
Safety and Connectivity Features
Ground Fault Detection
20mA CCID with auto retry
Open Safety Ground Detection
Continuously monitors presence of safety (green wire) ground connection
Plug-Out Detection
Power terminated per SAE J1772™ specifications
Power Measurement Accuracy
+/- 2% from 2% to full scale (30A)
Power Report/Store Interval
15 minute, aligned to hour
Local Area Network
2.4 GHz Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n)
Wide Area Network
3G GSM, 3G CDMA
Safety and Operational Ratings
Enclosure Rating
Type 3R per UL 50E
Safety Compliance
UL listed for USA and cUL certified for Canada; complies with UL 2594, UL 2231-1, UL 2231-2, and NEC
Article 625
Surge Protection
6kV @ 3000A. In geographic areas subject to frequent thunder storms, supplemental surge
protection at the service panel is recommended.
EMC Compliance
FCC Part 15 Class A
Operating Temperature
-22°F to 122°F (-30°C to +50°C)
Storage Temperature
-40°F to 122°F (-40°C to +50°C)
Operating Humidity
up to 85% @ +50°C (122°F) non-condensing
Non-Operating Humidity
up to 95% @ +50°C (122°F) non-condensing
Terminal Block Temperature Rating
221°F (105°C)
Maximum Stations per 802.11 Radio Group
10. Each station must be located within 150 feet “line of sight” of a gateway station.
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Dual Circuit Wiring Diagram
The following illustration describes the wiring for installing a CT4000 on a dual circuit. Wiring for a single circuit installation is
described on the next page. Grounding requirements are described on page 1-6.
NOTE: Requires two dedicated circuits, each with its own two pole 40 A breaker. See Appendix B for lower power operation
options.
(13 mm)
(13 mm)
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Introduction
Single Port or Shared Power Wiring Diagram
The following illustration describes the wiring for installing a dual port CT4000 on a shared single circuit. For this installation,
you will need the power sharing kit to allow both ports to share a two pole 40A circuit breaker. Wiring connections are
provided in Appendix B. Grounding requirements are described on page 1-6. See Appendix B for lower power operation
options.
Wiring for a dual circuit installation, see the previous page.
TERMINAL BLOCK WITH
POWER SHARING JUMPERS INSTALLED
(13 mm)
TERMINAL BLOCK WITH
POWER SHARING JUMPERS INSTALLED
(13 mm)
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Grounding Requirements
The voltage of either line, relative to ground, must not fall below 80 volts or a Floating Line Connection error occurs (see
page 5-3). Because the voltage of either line relative to ground must not be allowed to fluctuate, use only centergrounded systems. Neutral is not used to power the station but must be properly connected to ground, at the panel or
transformer, to provide the necessary voltage reference relative to ground.
Connect to these systems
In a wye system, connect the station to ANY two lines, as shown below.
In a delta system, connect the station to a center-tapped secondary only, where the center tap is bonded and the station is
connected to L1 and L3. This allows voltages to remain constant regardless of other loads that may be using the lines.
NOT FOR NEW INSTALLATIONS
Do not connect to these systems
Do not connect ChargePoint stations to the following types of power sources:
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120/208 VAC 3 phase wye, ungrounded
•
120/240 VAC 3 phase delta, corner-grounded
•
Any system where the center point of the AC power source is not grounded
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Installing a Bollard Mount
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Before You Start
Before installing a bollard mount, prepare the installation site as described in Appendix A. After preparing the installation site,
you need the following:
•
Ratchet and 3/8” (10 mm) socket*
•
1/2” drive torque wrench and 15/16” (24 mm) 6-point deep socket, for 5/8 (11 /16 mm) nut**
•
Adjustable wrench
•
Bubble level
•
#2 Phillips screwdriver
•
Wire stripper
•
Voltage tester
*For use with assembled SAE hardware.
**For use with CT4000 Bollard to Concrete Mount Kit (35-001013-01).
Overview of Steps
Installing the bollard mount involves a few simple steps, summarized below and detailed in the remainder of this chapter:
1.
Check Boxes for Correct Contents (page 2-2)
2. Prepare Pole/Base Plate for Mounting (page 2-3)
3. Mount Pole/Base Plate (page 2-4)
4. Install Main Body (page 2-5)
5. Prepare Retractor for Mounting (page 2-6)
6. Install Retractor (page 2-7)
7.
Connect Wiring (page 2-8)
8. Check Voltages (page 2-9)
When you have completed these steps, you will be ready to install the head and top assemblies as described in Chapter 4.
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Step 1: Check Boxes for Correct Contents
The bollard mount ships in two boxes as described below.
Main Body
•
Main body, pre-assembled with mounting pole/base
plate, rubber bumper, and brackets (1)
•
Adapter plastic cap (1)
•
¼”-20 x 1 ¼” screws (4)
Cable Management Kit
•
Retractor assembly with pre-installed “EV CHARGING
ONLY” sign (1)
•
Cable clamps (2 sets)**
**The type of cable clamps included will vary (see page 4-11).
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Main Body
Cable Management Kit
Installing a Bollard Mount
Step 2: Prepare Pole/Base Plate for Mounting
•
Use a 3/8” socket wrench to loosen (but not remove)
the two screws holding the pole inside the main
body.
•
Remove the pole/base plate assembly from the main
body by pulling it out from the bottom of the main
body. Keep the rubber spacer in place over the pole.
•
Remove and discard the cardboard shipping spacer.
Loosen the 2 screws
(don’t remove)
Rubber
spacer
Pole
Base
plate
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Step 3: Mount Pole/Base Plate
Prepare the installation site as described in Appendix A,
then mount the pole/base plate assembly as follows:
•
Pull wires through conduit.
•
Place the pole/base plate assembly over the conduit,
ensuring the long curved edge of the base plate is
located where you want the front of the charging
station located.
•
Adjust the lower nuts as necessary to ensure the
mounting pole is level.
•
When level, tighten the nuts on top of the base plate
to at least 1416 in-lbs (160 Nm).
IMPORTANT: Ensure the pole/base plate is level
by adjusting the nuts underneath the base plate. Verify
accuracy after each adjustment by positioning the level at
various locations on the pole, above each bolt.
Position a level at various
locations, both horizontally
and vertically, including over
each bolt
Align the longer curved
edge to where you want
to position the front of the
station
Adjust the lower nuts as
necessary to ensure the
pole/base plate is level
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When
level,
tighten the
upper nuts
Installing a Bollard Mount
Step 4: Install Main Body
To install the main body:
•
Align the notches on the rubber spacer with the front
mounting nuts, then slide it all the way down the
pole until it is flush with the base plate. This prevents
any rocking motion between the main body and the
base plate.
•
Slide the body over the mounting pole.
•
Re-tighten the screws you loosened in Step 2 to
approximately 80 in-lbs (9 Nm) using a 3/8” (10 mm)
socket wrench.
Position
notches
(2) at
front
IMPORTANT: Ensure the body is firmly aligned to
the bottom surface and that no movement (rocking) can
take place, even when significant pressure is applied.
IMPORTANT: The bollard is designed to shed
moisture between its bottom surface and the concrete
pad. It is very important to maintain this moisture egress
feature so that there is no unwanted moisture build up.
Therefore, do not seal the bollard to the concrete pad
with caulking, silicone or other sealing material.
Re-tighten the 2 screws
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Step 5: Prepare Retractor for Mounting
To prepare the retractor for mounting:
•
Position the retractor packaging so that the bottom of the retractor is near the base of the bollard.
IMPORTANT: Do not unwrap the ropes.
•
Remove and discard the two 3/8” drive shipping screws from the front face of the retractor.
NOTE: When you remove the shipping screws, the retractor’s counterweights are free to move in either direction.
Therefore, do not tilt or carry the retractor assembly with the top end lower than the bottom end.
•
Remove the foam packaging from the retractor.
•
OPTIONAL: If necessary, remove or replace the EV PARKING sign. See Appendix C.
Discard
shipping
screws
Top
Bottom
2-6
When handling, always
keep the top end higher
than the bottom end.
Installing a Bollard Mount
Step 6: Install Retractor
To install the retractor:
•
Insert the black cap into the space at the top of the
main body, between the main body and the retractor,
as shown.
•
With a Phillips screwdriver and at least one of the
four ¼” - 20 x 1 ¼” screws in hand, position the
retractor against the back of the main body. Place
the slot at the bottom of the retractor over the knob
at the bottom of the main body, as shown.
IMPORTANT: Hold the retractor in place until
you’ve secured it with at least one screw.
•
From inside the main body, insert the four ¼” - 20 x
1 ¼” screws through the main body and the retractor,
and tighten to 60 in-lbs (7 Nm).
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Step 7: Connect Wiring
IMPORTANT: To power a dual-port station using a single 40A circuit, use the Power Share option provided in the
Power Management Kit. Instead of following the instructions below, see Appendix B to properly install Power Share jumpers
and relabel the station. After the station powers up, as described in Chapter 4, the on-screen Installation Wizard steps you
through the process of configuring the station.
If you are not installing a power sharing kit, connect the wiring as follows:
•
Strip wires ½” (13 mm).
1/2” (13 mm)
For dual port stations:
•
Push the black tab on the terminal block to release the
terminal block cover, then slide the cover up until it locks
into the raised position:
•
Lift the corresponding white lever on the terminal block,
insert the ground wire into the center connector, then push the lever down until it clicks into its fully closed position.
•
Lift the corresponding white levers, insert the 240 VAC
L1 and L2 wires, then push the levers down until they
click into their fully closed position.
WARNINGS:
2-8
•
Use copper conductors only.
•
Do NOT provide GFCI protection at panel. The CT4000
has built-in GFCI protection.
•
In areas with frequent thunder storms, add surge
protection at the service panel for all circuits.
•
Use new circuit breakers only. Used breakers can
damage equipment and introduce the potential for an
electrical fire.
•
Ensure all power and ground connections, especially
those at the breaker and buss bar, are clean and tight.
Remove all oxide from all conductors and terminals
before connecting wiring.
For single port stations, use the connectors indicated for “RIGHT” side only.
LEFT
L1
RIGHT
L1
GND
LEFT
L2
RIGHT
L2
Installing a Bollard Mount
Step 8: Check Voltages
•
Turn power ON.
•
Using a solenoid type voltage tester, check that the
voltages at the charging station’s terminal block are
as follows:
Measure Between
Volts
L1 and L2
208/240
GND and L1
120
GND and L2
120
If the voltages are not as expected, ensure that the
wiring has been properly connected as describing
on the previous page. For detailed wiring diagrams
and grounding requirements, see pages 1-4
to 1-6.
Before continuing, resolve any wiring issues and
ensure that voltages are as expected.
•
Turn power OFF.
CT4000 Input Voltage Measurements
208V/240V
208V/240V
208V/240V
120V
208V/240V
VOLTAGE CAN BE EITHER
208V OR 240
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OPTIONAL: Apply custom signs to the front of the bollard and/or the
back of the retractor. See Appendix C.
You have now finished installing the bollard mount and are ready to
install the head assembly and top cap. See Chapter 4.
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Installing a Wall Mount
3
Before You Start
You need the following:
•
Drill and Tap for appropriate wall attachment hardware
•
Attachment hardware, such as 3/8” x 3” (M10 x 75 mm) lag bolts (coach screws) if mounting to a wood wall
•
Ratchet and 9/16” (15 mm) deep socket
•
#2 Phillips screwdriver
•
Tape measure
•
Bubble level
•
Marker
•
Wire stripper
•
Voltage tester
Overview of Steps
Installing the wall mount involves a few simple steps, summarized below and detailed in the remainder of this chapter:
1.
Check Boxes for Correct Contents (page 3-2)
2. Drill Holes in Wall (page 3-3)
3. Mount Rear Brackets to Wall (page 3-4)
4. Prepare Retractor for Mounting (page 3-5)
5. Mount Retractor (page 3-6)
6. Install Conduit (page 3-7)
7.
Install Main Body (page 3-8)
8. Connect Wiring (page 3-9)
9. Check Voltages (page 3-10)
When you have completed these steps, you will be ready to install the head and top cap as described in Chapter 4.
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ChargePoint® Charging Stations
Step 1: Check Boxes for Correct
Contents
The wall mount ships in two boxes as described below.
Main Body and Mounting Kit
•
Main body, pre-assembled (1)
•
Mounting brackets with pre-installed 1/4-20
screws and 3/8-16x3/4 flange bolts (2 sets)
NOTE: The packing box for the brackets serves
as a template for drilling mounting holes. Do not
discard packaging until you’ve completed Step
2.
•
Slot cover (2)*
*One extra slot cover is included.
Cable Management Kit
•
Retractor assembly with pre-installed “EV
CHARGING ONLY” sign (1)
•
Cable clamps (2 sets)**
**The type of cable clamps included will vary (see page 4-11).
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Main Body and Mounting Kit
Cable Management Kit
Installing a Wall Mount
Step 2: Drill Holes in Wall
•
The packing box for the brackets is used as a
template for drilling the wall holes. Tear the packing
box along the perforation to allow it to lay flat.
•
Place the template against the wall. As described on
the package insert, align the top where indicated, 49”
above the floor or ground. Ensure that the template
is level and the side of the packaging insert is plumb.
Mark the four mounting holes.
•
Drill four holes in the wall at the marked locations.
NOTE:
•
If mounting to a hollow wall, bridge at least two
studs using a 1-5/8” channel strut. For wood studs,
use 3/8” lag bolts that are long enough to penetrate
at least 2 1/2” into the stud. Then mount the supplied
brackets to the channel strut using 3/8-16 x 1” long
bolts, 3/8 ID x 13/16” OD washers, and 3/8-16 channel
strut nuts.
•
If mounting to a masonry wall, use 3/8” expanding
masonry fasteners.
•
If mounting to a wood wall, use 3/8” x 3” lag bolts.
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ChargePoint® Charging Stations
Step 3: Mount Rear Brackets to Wall
Separate the pre-assembled front and rear brackets by
loosening (but not removing) the pre-installed screws.
Leave about 3/4” (19 mm) protruding.
Mount each rear bracket to the wall using screws
appropriate for the type of wall material.
Mount brackets
using screws
appropriate for type
of wall material (not
supplied)
Do not remove
screws—leave
about 3/4” (19 mm)
protruding
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Installing a Wall Mount
Step 4: Prepare Retractor for Mounting
To prepare the retractor for mounting:
•
Position the retractor packaging so that the bottom of the retractor is near the bottom of the wall.
•
Remove and discard the two 3/8” (10 mm) drive shipping screws from the front face of the retractor.
IMPORTANT: Do not unwrap the ropes.
NOTE: When you remove the shipping screws, the retractor’s counterweights are free to move in either direction.
Therefore, do not tilt or carry the retractor assembly with the top end lower than the bottom end.
•
Remove the foam packaging from the retractor.
•
OPTIONAL: If necessary, remove or replace the EV PARKING sign. See Appendix C.
Discard
shipping
screws
Top
Bottom
When handling, always
keep the top end higher
than the bottom end.
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ChargePoint® Charging Stations
Step 5: Mount Retractor
To mount the retractor assembly:
•
Place the two front brackets where you can easily
reach them.
•
Tilt the retractor up against the rear brackets, with
the front of the retractor facing towards you, as
shown (mount holes visible).
NOTE: The bottom of the retractor should rest on the
ground.
3-6
•
Place the top front bracket over the two
corresponding screws protruding from the top rear
bracket. You’ll need to steady the retractor with one
hand, while using the other hand to position the
bracket.
•
Repeat for the bottom bracket.
•
Tighten all four screws to 60 in-lbs (7 Nm) using the
Phillips screwdriver.
•
Insert the slot cover, bottom first, into the slot at the
bottom of the retractor.
Installing a Wall Mount
Step 6: Install Conduit
As shown, the base of the main body has two conduit
knockouts: 1” and ¾” (25 mm and 19 mm). Using a flat
screwdriver, remove the knockout for the appropriate
conduit size.
1” (25 mm)
knockout
3/4” (19 mm)
knockout
Install and seal conduit.
Follow local codes.
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ChargePoint® Charging Stations
Step 7: Install Main Body
3-8
•
Expose the pre-drilled hole located below the terminal
block. To do so, push the tab on the terminal block to
release the cover plate, then slide the cover plate upwards
until it stays in position:
•
Remove the pre-installed flange bolts from the front
brackets.
•
Position the main body so that the top hole aligns with
the top retractor bracket.
•
Re-insert a 3/8 - 16 x 3/4” flange bolt into the top hole
and finger tighten.
•
Re-insert the other flange bolt into the lower mounting hole.
•
Tighten both flange bolts to 50 in-lbs (117 Nm).
•
Connect the conduit and run wiring through the conduit
and into the main body of the station.
Installing a Wall Mount
Step 8: Connect Wiring
IMPORTANT: To power a dual-port station using a single 40A circuit, use the Power Share option provided in the
Power Management Kit. Instead of following the instructions below, see Appendix B to properly install Power Share jumpers
and relabel the station. After the station powers up, as described in Chapter 4, the on-screen Installation Wizard steps you
through the process of configuring the station.
If you are not installing a power sharing kit, connect the wiring as follows:
•
Strip wires ½” (13 mm).
1/2” (13 mm)
For dual port stations:
•
Push the black tab on the terminal block to release the
terminal block cover, then slide the cover up until it locks
into the raised position:
•
Lift the corresponding white lever on the terminal block,
insert the ground wire into the center connector, then
push the lever down until it clicks into its fully closed
position.
•
Lift the corresponding white levers, insert the 240 VAC
L1 and L2 wires, then push the levers down until they
click into their fully closed position.
For single port stations, use the connectors indicated for “RIGHT” side only.
LEFT
L1
RIGHT
L1
GND
LEFT
L2
RIGHT
L2
WARNINGS:
•
Use copper conductors only.
•
Do NOT provide GFCI protection at panel. The CT4000
has built-in GFCI protection.
•
In areas with frequent thunder storms, add surge
protection at the service panel for all circuits.
•
Use new circuit breakers only. Used breakers can
damage equipment and introduce the potential for an
electrical fire.
•
Ensure all power and ground connections, especially
those at the breaker and buss bar, are clean and tight.
Remove all oxide from all conductors and terminals before connecting wiring.
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ChargePoint® Charging Stations
Step 9: Check Voltages
•
Turn power ON.
•
Using a solenoid type voltage tester, check that the
voltages at the charging station’s terminal block are
as follows:
Measure Between
Volts
L1 and L2
208/240
GND and L1
120
GND and L2
120
If the voltages are not as expected, ensure that the
wiring has been properly connected as describing
on the previous page. For detailed wiring diagrams
and grounding requirements, see pages 1-4
to 1-6.
Before continuing, resolve any wiring issues and
ensure that voltages are as expected.
•
Turn power OFF.
CT4000 Input Voltage Measurements
208V/240V
208V/240V
VOLTAGE CAN BE EITHER
208V OR 240
3-10
208V/240V
208V/240V
120V
Installing a Wall Mount
You have now finished installing the wall mount and are ready to
install the head assembly and top cap. See Chapter 4.
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Installing the Head and Top Cap
4
Before You Start
Before installing the head and top cap, you must complete the installation of the main body and its cable management
system as described in a previous chapter. You need the following:
•
Smart phone with camera and internet connection
•
ChargePoint login (provided during ChargePoint Installer Certification training)
•
Wire stripper
•
#2 Phillips screwdriver
Overview of Steps
Installing the head and top cap involves a few simple steps, summarized below and detailed in the remainder of this chapter:
1.
Check Boxes for Correct Contents (page 4-2)
2. Prepare Head Assembly for Mounting (page 4-4)
3. Slide Head Assembly into Body (page 4-7)
4. Connect Head Assembly (page 4-8)
5. Use the Wizard to Complete the Installation (Page 4-9)
6. Secure Head Assembly (page 4-11)
7.
Prepare the Station for Activation on ChargePoint (page 4-13)
When you have completed these steps, installation is complete.
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ChargePoint® Charging Stations
Step 1: Check Boxes for Correct Contents
Top cap
The station’s top cap ships in a box containing:
•
Top cap (1)
•
Phillips screws (2) - in some cases, the top cap does not require screws and instead has integrated snaps that allow you
to snap it onto the head assembly (see page 4-5)
•
CT4000 Installation Guide (this document)
Pay attention to the top cap’s attachment type. Some top caps are attached using screws, whereas others have integrated
snaps. Instructions are provided for each type.
If installing both bollard and wall mount stations, also pay attention to the top cap’s shape. As illustrated below, the back of
the top cap is rounded for bollard stations, and flat for wall mount stations.
Side view
(rounded back)
Bollard
4-2
Side view
(flat back)
Wall Mount
Installing the Head and Top Cap
Step 1 cont’d: Check Boxes for Correct Contents
Head assembly
The station’s head assembly ships in a box containing:
•
Head assembly
•
Rubber plugs (4) - two of these are spares.
•
L-wrench (attached with a security tag on the side of
the head assembly)
•
Spare activation label (a duplicate label is attached
to the head assembly)
L-wrench
IMPORTANT: Keep the spare activation label
for future reference. It contains critical information
that is needed to document the radio groups when
preparing the station for activation on ChargePoint
(see page 4-15).
For gateway stations, a Network Enablement Kit is also
included:
•
SIM card
•
Installation instructions
IMPORTANT: Locate and retain the envelope
containing the Network Enablement Kit, located
under the head assembly in the shipping box. It
contains critical components that allow the gateway
station to communicate on the ChargePoint network
(see installation instructions on page 4-4).
An activation label is attached to the
head assembly. This duplicate label is
provided to simplify the step of
documenting the radio groups. It
includes important information
needed to activate the station on
ChargePoint.
GATEWAY STATIONS ONLY:
The shipping box also
includes an envelope
containing the Network
Enablement Kit.
SIM card
Installation
instructions
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ChargePoint® Charging Stations
Step 2: Prepare Head Assembly for Mounting
•
To prepare the head assembly for mounting, open
the box and stand the head upright on its foam
packaging, as shown.
•
If you are installing a gateway station, install the
Network Enablement Kit:
a)Remove the SIM card from its carrier by pushing
it firmly.
a)Lift the rubber flap located on the left hand side
of the head assembly, as shown.
b)Insert the notched edge of the SIM card into the
slot, with the notch facing upward. Slide it into the
slot and push it FULLY into the slot until it “clicks”
into place. Refer to the orientation instructions
printed on the side of the head assembly.
TIP! To push the SIM card into the slot, use a corner
of the SIM card’s carrier, as shown.
4-4
Remove the SIM card
Installing the Head and Top Cap
Step 2 cont’d: Prepare Head Assembly for Mounting
•
Install the top cap. There are two types of top caps:
- SNAP TYPE: The back of the top cap has levered snaps (follow instructions below)
- SCREW TYPE: The back of the top cap has deep bosses for screws (follow instructions on the next page)
TO INSTALL A SNAP TYPE TOP CAP (to install a screw type top cap, see the next page)
a)Place the top cap over the head assembly as shown, ensuring correct alignment.
b)Push the top cap down onto the head assembly to secure it in place. Ensure that the front tabs are aligned over the
nodules and the rear snaps are fully seated.
Ensure correct alignment
so the top cap slides into
its secured position:
Tab
The small hole in each
of the two protruding
tabs on the bottom of
the top assembly must
slide and then snap
over the corresponding
nodule on the side of
the head assembly.
Tab
Nodule
Nodule
c) Push the snaps located at the back of the top cap to secure the top cap to the head assembly. Ensure that both snaps
are fully engaged.
Push the top cap down on
the head assembly until
both snaps are fully seated
(not protruding).
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ChargePoint® Charging Stations
TO INSTALL A SCREW TYPE TOP CAP (to install a snap type top cap, see the previous page)
a)Place the top cap over the head assembly as shown, ensuring correct alignment.
Ensure correct alignment
so the top cap slides into
its secured position:
Tab
The small hole in each
of the two protruding
tabs on the bottom of
the top assembly must
slide and then snap
over the corresponding
nodule on the side of
the head assembly.
Tab
Nodule
Nodule
b)Using a Phillips screwdriver, secure the top cap to the head assembly by inserting the two supplied screws into the
back of the top cap and tightening to 20 in-lbs (2.3 Nm).
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Installing the Head and Top Cap
Step 3: Slide Head Assembly Into Body
Slide the head assembly into the main body until it is stopped by the head assembly’s security tag.
IMPORTANT: Do not insert the charging connectors into the holsters until after you’ve powered up the station. Doing so
causes the holsters to permanently lock.
The security
tag on the
side of the
head
assembly
prevents it
from sliding all
the way into
the body
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ChargePoint® Charging Stations
Step 4: Connect Head Assembly
IMPORTANT: If configuring a dual station to operate from only one circuit, or to operate at a current capacity lower
than 30A per circuit, see Appendix B for information on Power Management.
Pull to remove the yellow strap from the blue connector.
Connect the blue connector to the blue receptacle by the
terminal block, ensuring it “clicks” into place and is fully
seated.
The blue
connector
“clicks” into
place
Push the cover down over the terminal block.
Push the
cover down
over the
terminal
block
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Installing the Head and Top Cap
Step 5: Use the Wizard to Complete the Installation
Power up the station to run the onscreen Installation Wizard, which helps you verify operation of the station and perform
some basic setup tasks.
NOTE: If the station does not power up, check that the head assembly’s blue rectangular connector is properly seated onto
the terminal block.
To complete the tasks in this Wizard, you must have completed ChargePoint Installer Certification training and received
your ChargePoint installer login. You will also need a smart phone with a camera, internet connectivity, and one of the
recommended QR Code scanning apps defined in the training.
If you have not completed the ChargePoint Installer Certification training, please STOP and contact ChargePoint to sign up for
training now.
The CT4000 Installation Wizard includes these tasks:
•
Set language
•
Enable Power Sharing (see Appendix B)
•
Configure Power Select (see Appendix B)
•
Apply the appropriate rating label (see Appendix B)
•
Check for faults
•
Test locking holsters
•
Install cable clamps (see Appendix D)
•
Pinpoint the station on a map
•
Test network connectivity
The following images are an example of steps you will follow using the wizard:
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ChargePoint® Charging Stations
The CT4000 Installation Wizard also includes a procedure for replacing a broken head assembly, which includes these tasks:
•
Set language
•
Configure the station for Power Share/Power Select (see Appendix B)
•
Check for faults
•
Test locking holsters
•
Install cable clamps
•
Transfer configuration from old station to new head
When using the Installation Wizard to replace a station, it is ready to use when the process is complete. The station owner
does not need to activate the new station.
NOTE - ELECTRIC RATING LABELS
If you are using either Power Sharing to share one circuit for two ports, or Power Select to limit the maximum output power
of the station, the wizard instructs you to apply the appropriate Electrical Rating label. The wizard describes which Electrical
Rating label you must attach to the station.
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Installing the Head and Top Cap
NOTE - POWER MANAGEMENT KIT
If you are using Power Sharing to allow both ports on a dual port station to share a single 40A circuit, the wizard instructs
you to install the jumpers that are provided in the optional Power Management Kit (ordered separately). For more information
on Power Sharing, see Appendix B.
NOTE - CABLE CLAMPS
The wizard describes how to install the cable clamps, which are included in the shipping box with the Cable Management Kit.
For more information, see Appendix D.
STARTING A CHARGING SESSION
A ChargePoint card is attached to the front page of this Installation Guide. Use this card to authorize a charging session. Make
sure that both plug holsters unlock and that the station displays instructions on how to plug into the vehicle.
NOTE: The ChargePoint card supplied on the front cover can authorize up to ten charging sessions.
If you have performed the above steps, and the station operates as described and no errors exist, continue with the
installation. If any of the above conditions are not met, resolve the error before continuing by referring to Chapter 5,
Troubleshooting.
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Step 6: Secure Head Assembly
Remove the L-wrench by rotating it to the right until the
security tag breaks. Lift the head assembly slightly and
remove the L-wrench.
IMPORTANT: If applicable, ensure the snaps
on the top cap are fully engaged before lowering
the head assembly. If they are not fullly engaged,
the head assembly will not be properly seated. See
page 4-5.
Lower the head assembly. Ensure the head assembly is
fully seated and that no gap exists between the bottom
of the head assembly and the main body. The head
assembly fits tightly and may require extra downward
force to ensure it is fully seated.
Using the L-wrench, tighten the two security set screws,
located inside the holsters, to approximately 25 to 30 inlbs (2.8 to 3.4 Nm).
Cover the screws using the two rubber plugs.
Insert the charging plugs into their corresponding
holsters.
You have now finished the physical installation of the
CT4000 charging station and are ready to prepare the
station for activation on ChargePoint.
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Installing the Head and Top Cap
Step 7: Prepare the Station for Activation on ChargePoint
Before leaving the installation site, you must prepare the station for activation. To do so, you will need activation labels for
all gateway and non-gateway stations in this radio group. An activation label is included in the shipping box with each head
assembly (see page 4-2).
Preparing the station for activation on ChargePoint involves filling in the double-sided form on pages 4-15 and
4-16, detaching this sheet from this document, and providing it to the person responsible for activating the station on
ChargePoint. After doing so, the installation of the CT4000 charging station is complete.
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Installing the Head and Top Cap
Document the Radio Groups
For each radio group, attach spare activation labels below to document how stations are organized. After completing the next
step on the reverse side, tear out this page and give it to the person responsible for activating the station. If installing multiple
radio groups, use one page for each radio group (this page is included in all CT4000 Installation Guides).
Customer Name
Site Address
"
After completing both sides, cut or tear along dotted line and give it to the person responsible for activating the station.
Gateway
NOTE:
Gateways begin
with “GW-”
Non-gateways
begin with “NGW-”
Non-gateway
Non-gateway
Non-gateway
Non-gateway
Non-gateway
Non-gateway
Non-gateway
Non-gateway
Non-gateway
NOTE: A radio group consists of one
gateway station and up to nine non-gateways.
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ChargePoint® Charging Stations
Post-Installation Checklist
Before leaving the installation site, complete this checklist for each radio group. Then tear out this page and give it to the
person responsible for activating the station. If installing multiple radio groups, use one page for each radio group (this page
is included in all CT4000 Installation Guides).
þ
Check each box below to confirm that the task has been completed for all stations within the radio group.
¨
All mounting hardware is tightly secured and all stations are level and rock solid.
¨
The two security screws inside the holster plugs on all head assemblies are tightened and the rubber plugs are in
place.
¨
•
Cable clamp halves are assembled and screwed together with no gaps.
•
All charging cables operate smoothly through full extension and retraction.
Voltages at all power plates have been verified with a solenoid type voltmeter (such as a Wiggy):
¨
•
Line-to-Line measures 208/240VAC.
•
Line-to-Earth measures 120VAC.
If Power Share Jumpers are installed:
¨
•
All jumpers are fully inserted. Look for 1/8” (3 mm) depth.
•
Power Share mode has been configured, using the on-screen Installation Wizard, for all power-shared stations
and the station’s display indicates that power sharing is in effect.
•
The supplied Electrical Rating label has been applied above the terminal block and on the top cap as described
in Appendix B.
If Power Select is applied:
•
Power Select has been configured using the on-screen Installation Wizard.
•
The supplied Electrical Rating label has been applied above the terminal block and on the top cap as described
in Appendix B.
¨
All steps of the Installation Wizard have been completed and that the station is currently showing the animation
screen (illustrated on page 5-1), which describes how to use the station.
¨
The radio group has been documented for activation by attaching the spare activation labels to the previous page.
"
¨
After completing both sides, cut or tear along dotted line and give it to the person responsible for activating the station.
Cable retractors:
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5
Troubleshooting
Check the Station’s Display
When the station is powered on and the Installation Wizard has been completed, you should see:
•
The instructional video, and no error messages.
•
The status icon for each port displaying a green check mark.
•
both error LEDS are extinguished (for some errors, one or both error LEDs are solid or blinking red).
For some errors, this top
banner displays an error
message instead of station
information
Under normal
conditions, the
station displays
the instructional
video
In some cases, a static error
message fills the entire display
The status icon for each port
should display a green check
mark. If these icons appear, the
port (or station) has an error:
Choose a menu
option by pressing
the button below it
For some errors, one or both
error LED(s) will appear solid or
blinking red
Display Station Codes
To check the station for errors anytime after initial power up, follow these steps to display station codes.
1.
Display the station’s Service Menu:
•
if the station is not activated on ChargePoint, simultaneously press and hold the
two leftmost buttons and the rightmost button for two seconds
•
if the station is activated on ChargePoint, scan your ChargePoint Service card
2. Press the station button immediately below the “HELP” menu option.
3. Press the station button immediately below the “DOWN” menu option to highlight
“Station Codes”.
4. Press SELECT.
This port is
displaying a
station code
This port is not
displaying a
station code
Simultaneously press and hold
these three buttons for two
seconds to display the Service
Menu on an unactivated station
If you see a station code, you must resolve or report the error before leaving the installation site. Station codes are
described on the following pages.
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Description of Station Codes
Code
Symptom
Possible cause(s)
Recommended Action(s)
In most cases, a driver can resolve the following station codes that begin with the digit “1”:
101Over Current Detection
During charging, the vehicle
attempted to draw more power than
allowed. The station stops delivering
power to the vehicle.
Can indicate faulty wiring in the
vehicle. End the session by inserting
the station’s plug back into its
holster, then restart the session.
If the error persists, call ChargePoint
Customer Support at 1-877-8504562.
Vehicle requires ventilated charging
which is not supported by the
station. The station stops delivering
power to the vehicle.
Driver will be unable to use the
station to charge their type of
vehicle. Call the vehicle manufacturer.
During charging, the station detected
a ground fault. The station stops
delivering power to the vehicle, but
continues to retry every 30 seconds.
End the session by inserting the
station’s plug back into its holster,
then restart the session.
If the error persists, call ChargePoint
Customer Support at 1-877-8504562.
On initial plug-in, the station
detected a ground fault. The station
stops delivering power to the vehicle.
End the charging session by inserting
the station’s plug back into its
holster, then restart the session.
If the error persists, call ChargePoint
Customer Support at 1-877-8504562.
n = the number of the applicable port
102Ventilation Requested
n = the number of the applicable port
103Soft Ground Fault
n = the number of the applicable port
104Immediate Ground Fault
n = the number of the applicable port
In most cases, an electrician can resolve the following station codes that begin with the digit “2”:
5-2
201-SIM
SIM Not Detected - The SIM is either
not installed or is incorrectly installed
and the station can not communicate
with the ChargePoint network.
Disconnect power and install (or
re-install) the SIM card as described
on page 5-4.
If the error persists, call ChargePoint
Customer Support at 1-877-8504562.
202-EF
Earth Fault - The station has
detected a poor ground connection
and the station is not operational.
Disconnect power and check that
the station is properly grounded as
described on page 1-7. After ensuring
the station is properly grounded,
reconnect power.
If the error persists, try unplugging
the head assembly and plugging it
back in.
If the error continues to persist, call
ChargePoint Customer Support at
1-877-850-4562.
203-SNP
The banner between the port icons displays
“STATION NOT ACTIVATED ON CHARGEPOINT
- GRACE SESSIONS REMAINING (N).”
When all grace sessions have been used:
Station not activated - The station
can be used to charge for the
specified number of remaining grace
sessions. When all grace sessions
have been used, the station is not
operational.
Arrange for the station to be
activated on ChargePoint by
completing the steps in Chapter 4.
204-NGNP
Before activation:
The banner between the port icons displays
“NO GATEWAY WITHIN RANGE.”
After activation:
All you will see is the code listed on Help >
Station Codes.
Non-Gateway Not Paired - The
station is set up to communicate with
a gateway station that is either not
within range, or is not powered on.
Verify that the gateway station is
powered on and located within 150
feet line of sight (no obstructions).
If the error persists after these
requirements are met, call
ChargePoint Customer Support at
1-877-850-4562.
Troubleshooting
Code
Symptom
Possible cause(s)
Recommended Action(s)
205-UNS
Before activation:
The banner between the port icons displays
“NETWORK SIGNAL NOT DETECTED.”
After activation:
All you will see is the code listed on Help >
Station Codes.
Unknown Network Signal - The
gateway station is unable to establish
a network connection on AT&T/
Verizon (US) or Rogers (Canada).
Ensure the station is receiving an
adequate signal strength from the
cellular network. To do so, display the
Service menu*, then:
• Check the network signal
for each type of modem by
choosing: Basic mode > Display
last measured RSSI. The strength
of the signal should be A, B,
or C.
• If the network signal is Grade
D, or if a better network signal
is available on the other type
of modem, change modems by
choosing: Basic mode > Change
modem technology (CDMA or
GSM).
If the signal strength is either
weak (D) or not available for both
CDMA and GSM, arrange for cellular
repeaters to be installed near the
installation site.
If the error persists when the station
shows a strong network signal, call
ChargePoint Customer Support at
1-877-850-4562.
*To display the station’s Service
Menu, scan your ChargePoint Service
card (if the station is activated) or, if
the station is not activated, press the
three station buttons as described on
page B-3.
206-FLC
Before activation:
Floating Line Connection - The
voltage of an AC input line has fallen
below 80 volts AC relative to ground.
Even if the line to line voltage
measures nominally 208 or 240 volts,
the voltage of each line must be
greater than 80 volts when measured
to ground.
The two most common causes of a
Power Line Fault are:
• A poor connection in the wiring
supplying power and the ground
connection to the station. There
could be a poor connection
between the buss bar and circuit
breaker, the breaker to the branch
circuit feeding the station, or
at any splice along the branch
circuit.
• The station is connected to
an incompatible improperly
grounded power source. All power
and ground connections must
be clean and tight and carry the
full rated current of the station.
Do not connect the station to an
ungrounded (floating neutral)
system, a corner grounded Delta
system, or the high (or “stinger”
leg) of a center grounded Delta
system.
Correct any faulty connections.
After activation:
You will see the code listed on Help > Station
Codes and the port status icons will show:
n = the number of the applicable port
or
Verify that the station is connected
to a system with its neutral properly
grounded according to NEC Article
250.
Verify the station is connected to
one of the system types described in
Chapter 1.
If the error persists, call ChargePoint
Customer Support at 1-877-8504562.
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ChargePoint® Charging Stations
Code
Symptom
Possible cause(s)
Recommended Action(s)
ChargePoint Support may need to resolve the following station codes that begin with the digit “3”:
301-BA
Breakaway Fault - The cable has
been removed from the station
or is damaged. The station is not
operational.
Call ChargePoint Customer Support
at 1-877-850-4562 to arrange to have
the station replaced.
302-GST
GFCI Self Test Failed - The station
detected a ground fault during power
up and is not operational.
End the session by inserting the
station’s plug back into its holster,
then restart the session.
If the error persists, call ChargePoint
Customer Support at 1-877-8504562.
Relay Stuck Closed - When
attempting to end a charging session,
the relay stays closed. Although the
driver can return the station’s plug to
its holster, the station doesn’t end the
session. Therefore, a new session can
not be started.
Call ChargePoint Customer Support
at 1-877-850-4562 to arrange to have
the station replaced or repaired.
305-LCO
Pilot Unreachable - The station is out
of service.
Disconnect and reconnect power.
If the error persists, call ChargePoint
Customer Support at 1-877-8504562 to arrange to have the station
replaced or repaired.
306-BF
Boot Fault - The station is out of
service.
Disconnect and reconnect power.
If the error persists, call ChargePoint
Customer Support at 1-877-8504562 to arrange to have the station
replaced or repaired.
307-HE
Hardware Error - The station is out
of service.
Disconnect and reconnect power.
If the error persists, call ChargePoint
Customer Support at 1-877-8504562 to arrange to have the station
replaced or repaired.
n = the number of the applicable port
or
303-RSC
n = the number of the applicable port
or
5-4
Troubleshooting
Charging Cable Doesn’t Move Freely
If the charging cable does not extend or retract fully and
smoothly, it is likely that it’s rope has come off the pulley and
you must re-position it.
You will need:
T25 L-wrench
Follow these steps:
1.
Using the T25 L-wrench, loosen the set screws on
each side of the retractor below the top cap.
2. Each rope is attached to a weight that sits on a
shelf. Pull the weight shelf up by pulling the rope
located in the middle of the top cap.
Pull the center rope to raise
the weight shelf
3. Rotate the top cap so the weight controlling the
rope that doesn’t move freely is facing towards you.
Rotate the top cap so
the faulty side faces
towards you
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4. Inspect the rope to ensure it is properly aligned
onto the pulley.
5. Carefully lower the weight back into the retractor.
6. Rotate the top cap back into position and re-tighten
the set screws to about 10 in-lbs.
Ensure the rope is properly
aligned onto the pulley
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A
Preparing the Installation Site
for a Bollard Mount
Before You Start
The ChargePoint® Charging Station’s bollard mount can be installed either:
•
into the ground
•
onto an existing concrete surface (on an intermediate floor only)
The kit components you need to use, the tools required, and the installation steps vary depending on the type of installation.
This appendix provides basic guidelines for both types of installations.
IMPORTANT: Always check local codes to ensure compliance. You may need to adjust the guidelines provided in this
appendix to comply with codes that apply at your installation location.
Installation Overview
To install the CT4000 bollard mount into the ground, you will need the components shown below. These components can be
purchased from ChargePoint by ordering a CT4000 Concrete Mount Kit.
Plastic Bolt Installation Template (1)
Galvanized Washers (ASTM F436) (9)
5/8” - Heavy Galvanized Hex Nuts
(DH Rated) (12)
5/8” - 11 x 9” F1554 Grade
55 hot-dipped galvanized
threaded bolts (3)
CT4000 Installation Template
with CMK Footprint (1)
*NOTE: When installing onto an existing concrete surface, you will need only 6 Galvanised Hex Nuts and 6 Galvanised
Washers. But you will need several consumables as described on page A-3.
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ChargePoint® Charging Stations
Casting into New Concrete
Before casting into new concrete, review the site for suitability to install a CT4000. The CT4000’s Clean Cord Technology
requires space behind the power stub-up for the Cord Management Kit (CMK). To ensure adequate space, refer to the illustrations below and to the CT4000 Installation Template (75‑001094-01) included in this installation kit.
IMPORTANT:
•
Always check local codes to ensure compliance. You may need to adjust these instructions to comply with codes that
apply at your installation location.
•
The concrete block must measure at least 24” on all sides.
•
The bolt threads must extend 3” above the concrete.
•
The conduit must be at least 1 1/2” in diameter and extend 12” to 24” above the concrete.
•
Refer to the CT4000 Installation Guide for detailed installation instructions.
Kit Components Needed
You will need the entire contents of the CT4000 Concrete Mount Kit.
Follow These Steps
1.
Install two nuts, with two washers captured between them, onto each of the three bolts, as illustrated. Lock them
together so the lower end of the upper nut is located 6 - 6 1/4” from the bottom of the bolt. This sets the length of the
exposed threads.
2. Insert the three bolts through the Plastic Bolt Installation
Template. This ensures the relative position of the bolts and that
the flange of the pole fits over the bolts.
3. On the bottom of each bolt, install a nut, a washer, and a nut.
Lock the two nuts together so that the lower nut aligns to the
bottom of the bolt.
4. Immediately after pouring the concrete, push the bolts into the
concrete 6” deep, as illustrated. Ensure correct alignment and
that the top 3” of the bolts remain exposed. Rotate the bolts as
you insert them to draw concrete into the threads.
NOTE:
•
It is important to rotate the bolts as you insert them. This
allows the concrete to fully coat the threads of the bolts,
reducing the amount of trapped air.
•
The Plastic Bolt Installation Template template can be left
in place.
3” (75 mm)
6”
(150 mm)
5. When the concrete is fully set, remove the upper nuts and one
washer to install the bollard’s mounting post.
You are now ready to install the CT4000’s bollard mount. Refer to
the CT4000 Installation Guide.
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24” (600 mm)

Installing on Existing Concrete
If installing on existing concrete, perform the following tasks:
•
Review the site for suitability to install a CT4000. The CT4000’s Clean Cord Technology requires space behind the power
stub-up for the Cord Management Kit (CMK). To ensure adequate space, reference the CT4000 Installation Template
(75‑001094-01) included in this installation kit.
•
Review the dimensions of the existing concrete slab. To safely mount a CT4000 charging station, the concrete must be at
least 6” thick. At this thickness, all of the CT4000’s mounting bolts must be positioned at least 15” from the front edge,
at least 12” from the side edges, and at least 6” from the rear edge of the concrete slab.
•
If an existing charging station is already in place at the installation site, turn off all power to the station and disassemble
according to the original manufacturer’s instructions. Cut away any existing bolts or non-power conduit stub-up to
ground level. You may need to plug cut-away conduits at the slab end, and disconnect wiring at the other end.
IMPORTANT: Always check local codes to ensure compliance. You may need to adjust these instructions to comply with
codes that apply at your installation location.
Kit Components Needed
The CT4000 Concrete Mount Kit contains 12 Heavy Galvanized Hex Nuts and 9 Galvanized Washers. You will need only 6 of
each.
Tools Required
Electric drill or Hammer drill (1/2” chuck may be required depending on drill bits used) (1)
Consumables Required
These consumables can be ordered online directly from McMaster (McMaster Product #s are included in the table below).
Delete any items you already have, and change quantities to accommodate the number of stations you are installing.
NOTE: The consumption rate of these products will vary depending on conditions at the installation site.
Quantity
McMaster
Product #
1*
Description
Purpose
7505A55
Epoxy Adhesive for Concrete, 9.3 Ounce Cartridge
(includes two mixing nozzles)
Filling drilled holes.
1*
7505A56
Mixing Nozzles for 9.3 Ounce Epoxy Adhesive for
Concrete
Filling drilled holes. NOTE: You may need extra
mixing nozzles to accommodate delays of over
three minutes when applying epoxy.
1
7622T23
Ratchet Rod Caulk Gun with Half-Barrel Frame for 10-13
Ounce Cartridge, 6:1 Thrust
Filling drilled holes. NOTE: Any standard caulk
gun will work.
1
7437K35
Electrical Cleaning and Maintenance Aerosol, Any Angle
Spray Duster, 8 Ounce Net Weight
Cleaning drilled holes.
1
2960A22
Slow Spiral Round-Shank Masonry Drill Bit, 3/4” diameter,
1/2” Shank, 10” Drill Depth, 12” Length Overall
Drilling 3/4” holes in concrete. NOTE: The holes
must be at least 6” deep.
1
28655A25
Drill Bit for Concrete Embedded Rebar, Round, 3/4” bit size,
1/2” Shank diameter, 12” Length Overall
Drilling 3/4” hole through rebar.
1
7221T13
Nylon Loop-Handle Brush, 3/4” Brush Diameter, 3” Length
Brush, 8 1/2” Length Overall
Cleaning drilled holes.
1
9753K47
Push-on Round Cap, fits 5/8” - 11/16” OD, 1/2” Inside Height,
Packs of 100
Keeping the epoxy inside the drilled holes in
situations where the slab is only 6” deep.
* Quantity based on installation of one charging station.
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Follow These Steps
1.
Install two nuts with two washers captured between them. Lock
them together so the lower end of the nut is located 6” from the
bottom of the bolt. This sets the length of the exposed threads.
2. Use the Plastic Concrete Bolt Installation Template to mark the hole
locations.
3. Remove the template and drill three 3/4” diameter holes 6” deep into
the concrete. When locating the template, consider the charging
station’s total footprint. For reference, a template for the CT4000
charging station with CMK is included in this kit.
NOTE:
•
It is important that the bolts are parallel after installation.
Therefore, ensure the drill holes are plumb by using a bubble
level to check the angle of the drill after drilling 1 to 1 1/2” .
•
If installing over existing buried conduit, position the center
of the template around the conduit stub-up.
•
You may need two drill bits - one for the concrete (with the
pilot) and another for the rebar (without the pilot). Always
start the hole using the standard drill bit, then switch to the
rebar drill bit only if drilling through rebar.
3” (75 mm)
6”
(150 mm)
4. Remove all dust from inside the drilled holes using compressed
air, or a vacuum and/or a brush.
5. If the concrete slab is only 6” deep, insert a plug (McMaster
Product #9753K56) in each hole to keep the epoxy in place until
it hardens. Place the plug over the long end of a bolt and then
use the bolt to push the plug to the bottom of the hole.
24” (600 mm)
6. Fill each hole with epoxy to about 2 1/2” to 3” below the top.
Continue immediately to the next step because the epoxy sets
within about eight minutes.
NOTE: Inserting the threaded bolts displaces the epoxy, causing
it to fill the holes to grade level. If the epoxy is below grade level,
you can add more after the next step.
7.
Place the Plastic Concrete Bolt Installation Template over the
holes. This ensures the relative position of the bolts and that the
flange of the pole fits over the bolts.
8. Insert the bolts through the template, into the holes. Rotate the
bolts as you insert them to draw epoxy into the threads.
IMPORTANT: The epoxy is very thick. Therefore, it is important to
rotate the bolts as you insert them. This allows the epoxy to fully
coat the threads of the bolts, reducing the amount of trapped air.
NOTE: The installation template can be left in place.
9. If needed, top up the holes with epoxy to grade level.
10. Allow the epoxy to cure for at least 15 minutes* before removing the top nuts and washers.
11. Allow the epoxy to cure for 45 minutes* before applying torque to the nuts.
*Epoxy cure times assume you are using epoxy ordered from McMaster (Product # 7505A55). If using a different type of epoxy, you may need
to adjust these times. Refer to the cure times provided with the epoxy.
You are now ready to install the CT4000’s bollard mount (see Chapter 2).
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CT4000 Power Management Instructions
B
As shipped, a CT4000 charging station provides up to 30A of output power to each charging port. The Power Management
Kit (ordered separately) provides two features that you can use to adjust the station’s output power:
•
Power Share allows both ports on a dual-port station to share a single circuit. In a default configuration, a dual-port
CT4000 requires two 40A circuits. WIth Power Share, both ports can share one circuit.
•
Power Select allows the station to operate at a lower current. When the total current capacity is less than the standard
30A per circuit, you can use Power Select to configure the station to operate at a lower current.
Before you start
Before using the Power Management Kit:
•
Refer to the site design to determine the charging station’s power requirements.
•
Install the charging station’s main body as described in Chapter 2 (Bollard Mount) or 3 (Wall Mount). If you are
configuring Power Share, do not connect the wiring—you will first need to install the jumpers as described on
page B-2.
IMPORTANT: To configure Power Select, the station must be running software version 4.1.3 or later. To verify software
version, power up the station and display the station’s Service Menu as described on page B-3. Press the station button
immediately below the “HELP” menu option, then press the station button immediately below the “DOWN” menu option
to highlight “About”, then press “SELECT”. If a previous version of software is installed, call ChargePoint Customer
Support at 1-877-850-4562 so they can upgrade the station’s software.
Kit Contents
Jumpers (2)
(Required for Power Share)
Electrical Rating labels
(Whenever you change the station’s default power configuration,
you must apply a new label to the terminal block cover)
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ChargePoint® Charging Stations
Power Share - Overview of Steps
1.
Install jumpers and connect the wiring
2. Apply the Electrical Rating label
3. Complete the station installation (for new installations)
4. Enable Power Share
Power Share - Step by Step Instructions
Step 1: Install jumpers and connect wiring
WARNING: Disconnect power before you begin.
Push the black tab on the terminal block to release the terminal block cover, then slide the cover up until it locks
into the raised position:
Insert the jumpers into the slots located near the upper edge of the terminal block. Using a large flat blade
screwdriver, push firmly on each jumper until you feel it lock into place.
1/8”
3 mm
Strip wires ½” (13 mm).
1/2” (13 mm)
B-2
IMPORTANT: Ensure both jumpers are
fully seated. The jumpers should recede
1/8” (3 mm) below the outer surface of the
terminal block, as shown. If they are flush,
they are not fully inserted.

Lift the white lever on the terminal block that corresponds with
the ground connection (center), insert the ground wire, then
push the lever down until it clicks into its fully closed position.
LEFT
L1
RIGHT
L1
GND
LEFT
L2
RIGHT
L2
Lift the white levers on the terminal block that corresponds with
the RIGHT port’s L and N connections. Insert the L and N wires
fully into the terminal block, then push the levers down until they
click into their fully closed positions.
NOTE: The connections for the left port are not used. Power for
the left port is carried through the jumpers.
WARNINGS:
• Use copper conductors only.
• Do NOT provide GFCI protection at the panel—the CT4000 has built-in GFCI protection.
• Use breakers rated at 40A (or lower, if you are configuring the station to operate at a lower current capacity as
described on the following page).
• In areas with frequent thunder storms, add surge protection at the service panel for all circuits.
• Use new circuit breakers only. Used breakers can damage equipment and cause a fire risk.
• Ensure all power and ground connections, especially those at the breaker, are clean and tight. Remove all
oxide from all conductors and terminals before connecting wiring.
Step 2: Apply the Electrical Rating labels
Described on page B-5.
Step 3: Complete the station installation
Install the head assembly and top cap as described in the CT4000 Installation Guide.
Step 4: Enable Power Share
Power up the station. If the Installation Wizard displays, follow the onscreen
instructions to enable Power Sharing. If the Installation Wizard does not display,
configure Power Sharing using the Service Menu as described below.
Display the station’s Service Menu:
• if the station is not activated on ChargePoint, simultaneously press and hold the
two leftmost buttons and the rightmost button for two seconds.
• if the station is activated on ChargePoint, scan your ChargePoint Service card.
Select Basic mode.
Scroll down to select Power Sharing Configuration.
Select Enable.
Select Exit to leave the Service Menu.
Confirm that the station’s display indicates that power sharing has been configured.
If the Installation Wizard does not
display upon power up, simultaneously press and hold these three
buttons for two seconds to display
the Service Menu on an unactivated
station
Press the button
immediately
below the menu
item to choose
the associated
function
The station
indicates that
power sharing
is configured
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ChargePoint® Charging Stations
Power Select - Overview of Steps
1.
Configure Power Select
2. Apply the Electrical Rating label
Power Select - Step by Step Instructions
Step 1: Configure Power Select
Power up the station. If the station displays the Installation Wizard, follow the onscreen instructions to enable
Power Select. If the station does not display the Installation Wizard, configure Power Select using the Service
Menu as described below.
Display the station’s Service Menu:
• if the station is not activated on ChargePoint, simultaneously press and hold
the two leftmost buttons and the rightmost button for two seconds.
• if the station is activated on ChargePoint, scan your ChargePoint Service card.
Scroll down to select Circuit Breaker Configuration.
Choose the breaker size that matches what is installed for the station.
Select Exit to leave the Service Menu.
NOTE: If you make an error when using the Installation Wizard, your ChargePoint
Network Manager can change the station’s settings by logging into ChargePoint,
selecting the station from the Manage Stations page, selecting the Configuration
tab, and then clicking Edit to modify the station’s Power Sharing and Power Select
settings.
If the station must be reconfigured using the Installation Wizard, contact
ChargePoint Customer Support at 1-877-850-4562 to have the station reset to its
factory default configuration.
Press the button
immediately
below the menu
item to choose
the associated
function
Step 2: Apply the Electrical Rating label
See next page.
B-4
If the Installation Wizard does not
display upon power up, simultaneously press and hold these three
buttons for two seconds to display
the Service Menu on an unactivated
station

Apply the Electrical Rating Label
Step 1: Choose the appropriate label
For 16A Circuits
For 24A Circuits
For Shared 30A
Circuits
If both ports are sharing a single circuit
(and you have therefore installed the
jumpers), you must use the power
sharing label from the bottom row
Step 2: Apply a label to the terminal block cover
Apply a label to the left side of the terminal block cover,
just above the terminal block.
NOTE: Leave the terminal block cover in the raised
position to facilitate connection of the head assembly.
Step 3: Apply a label to the top cap
Apply the corresponding label to the right side of the
Top Cap, behind the cable exit.
Electrical Rating Label
on Top Cap
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Installing and Replacing Signs
C
Follow these steps in this section to install signs onto the charging station. To ensure a proper fit, signs must follow the
specification provided by ChargePoint. An example of the sign specification (not to scale) is provided below. Detailed sign
specifications are available at www.chargepoint.com/support-guides/. To ensure a proper fit, a replacement sign must be a
maximum of 1 mm thick, 102 mm wide and 514 mm high.
Installing a Front Sign on a Bollard
It is easier to install the sign before installing the head assembly, but it can be installed with
the head assembly already in place. Follow these steps to install the sign with the head
assembly in place. If the head assembly is not installed, the installation steps are the same,
with the exception of inserting the top edge of the sign under the bottom lip of the head
assembly.
•
Remove the tape from the
adhesive strip on the back of the
sign.
•
With the adhesive strip facing
toward the bollard, insert the
top left corner of the sign under
the groove on the top left corner
of the bollard, sliding the sign
upwards as far as possible to
position the top of the sign
under the bottom lip of the head
assembly.
•
Starting with the top left corner
and working from top to bottom,
use a thumb or finger to slide
the left side of the sign under the
bollard’s leftmost groove.
•
When the left side of the sign is
fully inserted, bow the top of the
sign outward slightly to insert the
top right corner of the sign under
the groove on the top right corner
of the bollard, ensuring the top of
sign remains positioned under the
bottom lip of the head assembly.
•
Starting with the top right corner
and working from top to bottom,
use your thumb or finger to slide
the right side of the sign under
the bollard’s rightmost groove.
•
When the sign is fully inserted
into the bollard’s left and right
grooves, and under the bottom
lip of the head assembly, run your
hand down the center of the sign
while applying enough pressure
to make sure the sign’s adhesive
strip contacts the bollard.
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ChargePoint® Charging Stations
Installing a Top Sign on the Retractor
To remove a sign after the station has been installed:
1.
Use the L-wrench to loosen the set screw on each side
of the top cap, as shown.
2. Pull the top assembly up and move it towards the
back of the retractor.
3. Slide the existing sign out of the grooves.
To install the new sign:
1.
Slide the replacement sign into the grooves by
bending is slightly.
Bend the sign
slightly to insert it
into the grooves
2. Slide the sign all the way down, ensuring its bottom
edge is located behind the plastic cap on the
retractor’s extrusion, as shown.
3. Re-install the top assembly. Remember to tighten the
set screws.
Slide the bottom
edge of the sign
until it is positioned
behind the plastic
cap
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Installing a Bottom Sign on the Wall Mount Retractor
To ensure a proper fit, the bottom sign must have these minimum characteristics:
•
Material - Vinyl with a maximum thickness of .03”
•
Dimensions - Exactly 4.00” (102 mm) wide and up to 30.75” (782 mm) high
2MM PER SIDE SHOULD BE BACKGROUND
COLOR ONLY - MAYBE OBSCURED BY SIGN
RETENTION FEATURES.
101.5 +/- 0.5MM
(4.0”)
782 +/- 1MM
(30.79”)
A detailed sign specification is available at www.chargepoint.
com.au/support/technical-documents/. Example (not to scale):
The method used to install a bottom sign is the same with or
without the main body installed:
1.
Insert one of the long edges into the retractor’s grooves
along the side portion of the retractor.
2. Bend the sign slightly to insert the other long edge.
3. Slide the sign all the way down until the bottom edge is
against the bottom surface on which the station is installed.
Installing a Rear Sign on a Retractor
Installing a sign on the rear side of a retractor is the same as the
instructions provided above for installing a bottom sign on a wall
mount retractor.
Custom and Optional Signs
Detailed sign specifications for custom and optional signs are
available at www.chargepoint.com/support-guides.php
Slide the sign all
the way down
until the bottom
of the sign is flush
with the surface
upon which the
station is installed
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Installing Cable Clamps
IMPORTANT: Do not unwrap the ropes until they are securely attached to the charging cable.
There are two types of cable clamps available for the CT4000. The correct clamps are included in the shipping box with the
cable management kit (see page 2-2 or 3-2). The type of clamp that is used depends on whether the end of the nylon rope in
the cable management kit is equipped with a circular disc or a round bead:
If equipped with a circular disc,
the cable clamps are spherical
type
If equipped with a round bead,
cable clamps are bracket type
NOTE: In some cases, you may need to remove an existing pre-installed portion of a cable clamp from the charging cables
before you can install the type of clamp that is supplied in the cable management kit. When doing so, you must install the
new clamp at the exact same location as the removed clamp.
IMPORTANT: After installing the cable clamps, unwrap the rope and check that the charging cable extends and retracts
fully and smoothly. If it doesn’t, see page 6-4.
To install spherical clamps:
To install bracket clamps:
•
Uncoil charging cable by gently extending it all the
way out and away from the station. Rotate the plug as
needed to remove any twist or kinks.
•
Uncoil charging cable by gently extending it all the
way out and away from the station. Rotate the plug as
needed to remove any twist or kinks.
•
Position the charging cable near the base of the
station and locate the tape on the cable that marks the
location where you must intall the clamp.
•
Position the charging cable near the base of the
station and locate the tape on the cable that marks the
location where you must intall the clamp.
•
Insert a rubber shim into the bottom portion of each
clamp. Ensure the top portion of the cable clamp is
oriented correctly on the top side of the charge cable.
Tighten screws to 20 in-lbs (2.3 Nm).
•
Locate the bead at the end of the retractor rope.
•
Hold the charging cable with the marked tape
positioned under the retractor top. Ensure the charging
cable does not touch the ground when fully retracted.
•
Insert the bead inside the clamp, then snap the
opposite side of the clamp into place.
•
Secure the two sides of the clamp together by inserting
the rubber shim and the four screws, then tightening
the screws securely using a Phillips screwdriver.
•
Align the knot bearing on each rope to its
corresponding mating feature on the cable clamp. Turn
the knot bearing clockwise approximately 1/4 turn. You
may need to push down while turning the knot bearing.
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Limited Product Warranty
E
This Limited Product Warranty applies to you, a customer who has purchased CHARGEPOINT’s Charging Stations and/or
related products (“Products”) from CHARGEPOINT, INC., or one of its authorized distributors and not for resale.
LIMITED ONE-YEAR WARRANTY: Subject to the exclusions from warranty coverage set forth below, CHARGEPOINT warrants
that the Product will be free from any defects in materials and/or workmanship (the “Limited Warranty”) for a period of
one (1) year after the date of the initial installation of the Product (the “One-Year Warranty Period”). If the Product becomes
defective in breach of the Limited Warranty, CHARGEPOINT will, upon written notice of the defect received during the OneYear Warranty period, either repair or replace, at ChargePoint’s election, the Product if it proves to be defective; provided,
that CHARGEPOINT will not be responsible for the cost of any labor associated with the repair or replacement of any
defective Product.
TWO-, THREE-, FOUR- OR FIVE-YEAR EXTENDED WARRANTY (Additional Charge Applies): Subject to the exclusions from
warranty coverage set forth below, if you have purchased an extended warranty, and if the Product becomes defective in
breach of the Limited Warranty above at any time during the extended warranty period after the date of the initial installation
of the Product, CHARGEPOINT will, upon written notice of the defect received during the extended warranty period, either
repair, provide replacement parts for the defective parts of the Product or replace the Product, at ChargePoint’s election, if
it proves to be defective; provided, that CHARGEPOINT will not be responsible for the cost of any labor associated with the
repair or replacement of any defective Product.
CHARGEPOINT’s Options: You acknowledge that replacement products provided by CHARGEPOINT under each of the
Limited Warranty and the Extended Warranty may be re-manufactured or reconditioned Products or, if the exact Product is
no longer manufactured by CHARGEPOINT, a Product with substantially similar functionality (“Replacement Products”). Any
Replacement Products so furnished will be warranted for the remainder of the original Warranty Period or ninety (90) days
from the date of delivery of such Replacement Product, whichever is greater. Should CHARGEPOINT be unable to repair or
replace the Product, CHARGEPOINT will refund the purchase price of the Product.
EXCLUSIONS FROM LIMITED WARRANTY AND EXTENDED WARRANTY
IMPORTANT: The Limited Warranty and, if purchased, the Extended Warranty on your Product shall not apply to defects, or
service repairs, resulting from any of the following:
•
Alteration or modification of the Product in any way not approved in writing by CHARGEPOINT.
•
Vandalism.
•
Abuse, damage or otherwise being subjected to problems caused by negligence (including but not limited to physical
damage from being struck by a vehicle) or misapplication, or use of the Products other than as specified in the
applicable CHARGEPOINT documentation.
•
Installation or relocation of the Products unless performed by CHARGEPOINT or by a ChargePoint authorized installer or
service provider.
•
Improper site preparation or maintenance.
•
Damage as a result of accidents, extreme power surge, extreme electromagnetic field, acts of nature or other causes
beyond the control of CHARGEPOINT.
•
Use of the Product with software, interfacing, parts or supplies not supplied by CHARGEPOINT.
You are responsible for the proper installation and maintenance of the Product. Any service or repairs beyond the scope of
the Limited Warranty or the Extended Warranty above are subject to CHARGEPOINT’s then prevailing current labor rates and
other applicable charges.
Third Party Products. The Limited Warranty and Extended Warranty are exclusive of products manufactured by third parties
(“Third Party Products”). If such third party manufacturer provides a separate warranty with respect to the Third Party
Product, CHARGEPOINT will include such warranty in the packaging of the CHARGEPOINT Product.
OBTAINING WARRANTY SERVICE
To obtain warranty service you must: (a) obtain a return materials authorization number (“RMA#”) from CHARGEPOINT by
contacting 1-877-370-3802 (or for customers outside the U.S., contact 408-370-3802) and ask for Customer Service, and (b)
deliver the Product, in accordance with the instructions provided by CHARGEPOINT, along with proof of purchase in the form
of a copy of the bill of sale including the Product’s serial number, contact information, RMA# and detailed description of the
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ChargePoint® Charging Stations
defect, in either its original package or packaging providing the Product with a degree of protection equivalent to that of the
original packaging, to CHARGEPOINT at the address below. You agree to obtain adequate insurance to cover loss or damage
to the Product during shipment.
If you obtain an RMA# and return the defective Product as described above, CHARGEPOINT will pay the cost of returning the
Product to CHARGEPOINT. Otherwise, you agree to bear such cost, and prior to receipt by CHARGEPOINT, you assume risk of
any loss or damage to the Product. CHARGEPOINT is responsible for the cost of return shipment to you if the CHARGEPOINT
Product is found to be defective.
Returned products which are found by CHARGEPOINT to be not defective, returned out-of-warranty or otherwise ineligible
for warranty service will be repaired or replaced at CHARGEPOINT’s standard charges and shipped back to you at your
expense.
At CHARGEPOINT’s sole option, CHARGEPOINT may perform repair service on the Product at your facility, and you agree to
provide CHARGEPOINT with all reasonable access to such facility and the Product, as required. On-site repair service is not
available outside the United States.
All replaced parts, whether under warranty or not, are the property of CHARGEPOINT.
WARRANTY LIMITATIONS
THE LIMITED WARRANTY SET FORTH ABOVE IS EXCLUSIVE AND NO OTHER WARRANTY, WHETHER WRITTEN OR
ORAL, IS EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED BY CHARGEPOINT, TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW. THERE ARE NO
OTHER WARRANTIES RESPECTING THE PRODUCT AND DOCUMENTATION AND SERVICES PROVIDED UNDER THIS
AGREEMENT, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY WARRANTY OF DESIGN, MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE (EVEN IF CHARGEPOINT OR DISTRIBUTOR HAS BEEN INFORMED OF SUCH PURPOSE) OR AGAINST
INFRINGEMENT.
Some states or jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion of express or implied warranties so the above exclusions may not
apply to you. IF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY CANNOT BE DISCLAIMED UNDER APPLICABLE LAW, THEN SUCH IMPLIED
WARRANTY SHALL BE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE LIMITED WARRANTY PERIOD DESCRIBED ABOVE. NO WARRANTIES
APPLY AFTER THE TOTAL WARRANTY PERIOD. Some states or jurisdictions do not allow limitations on how long an implied
warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you.
NO AGENT OF CHARGEPOINT IS AUTHORIZED TO ALTER OR EXCEED THE WARRANTY OBLIGATIONS OF CHARGEPOINT.
CHARGEPOINT SPECIFICALLY DOES NOT WARRANT THAT ANY SOFTWARE WILL BE ERROR FREE OR OPERATE WITHOUT
INTERRUPTION.
THE REMEDIES IN THIS LIMITED PRODUCT WARRANTY ARE YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES.
LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
You acknowledge and agree that the consideration which you paid to CHARGEPOINT or one of its authorized distributors
does not include any consideration by CHARGEPOINT or one of its authorized distributors of the risk of consequential,
indirect or incidental damages which may arise in connection with your use of, or inability to use, the Product. THUS,
CHARGEPOINT OR ONE OF ITS AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTORS WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
SPECIAL, PUNITIVE OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION LOST PROFITS, LOST BUSINESS,
LOST DATA, LOSS OF USE, OR COST OF COVER INCURRED BY YOU ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO YOUR PURCHASE
OR USE OF, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PRODUCT OR THE SERVICES, UNDER ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
AN ACTION IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE) OR OTHER LEGAL OR EQUITABLE THEORY,
EVEN IF C CHARGEPOINT KNEW OR SHOULD HAVE KNOWN OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. IN ANY EVENT, THE
CUMULATIVE LIABILITY OF CHARGEPOINT OR ONE OF ITS AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTORS FOR ALL CLAIMS WHATSOEVER
RELATED TO THIS PRODUCT OR THE SERVICE WILL NOT EXCEED THE PRICE YOU PAID FOR THIS PRODUCT.
THE LIMITATIONS SET FORTH HEREIN ARE INTENDED TO LIMIT THE LIABILITY OF CHARGEPOINT AND SHALL APPLY
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY FAILURE OF ESSENTIAL PURPOSE OF ANY LIMITED REMEDY.
Some states or jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above
limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
THIS LIMITED PRODUCT WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS
WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE OR JURISDICTION TO JURISDICTION.
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
This Limited Product Warranty is valid for U.S.A. and Canada only.
This Limited Product Warranty shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of California,
U.S.A., exclusive of its conflict of laws principles. The U.N. Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods shall
not apply.
This Limited Product Warranty is the entire and exclusive agreement between you and CHARGEPOINT with respect to its
subject matter, and any modification or waiver of any provision of this statement is not effective unless expressly set forth in
writing by an authorized representative of CHARGEPOINT.
The Limited Product Warranty is not transferable by you to anyone else.
All inquiries or claims made under this Limited Product Warranty must be sent to CHARGEPOINT’s address as follows:
ChargePoint, Inc.
1692 Dell Avenue
Campbell, California 95008-6901
Tel: 408-370-3802
Fax: 408-370-3847
Email: service@chargepoint.com
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1692 Dell Ave.
Campbell, CA 95008-6901 USA
US toll free: +1-877-370-3802
www.chargepoint.com
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