Dynamic load balancing is by using CTs to monitor the total input current in real time and transmit real-time energy usage data to the charging management system, which automatically prioritizes control of different electrical appliances and allocates available power to ensure the most efficient use when charging electric vehicles and other electrical appliances, utilize available power and avoid electric circuit overloading.
Once we use electrical appliances such as oven, washing machines and refrigerators, etc., the dynamic load balancing will limit the power supply to the EV charger, speed up or slow down, or even stop the EV charging process to supply power to other appliances, because the EV charger consumes more energy. If these appliances are turned off, the charging speed of the EV charger will resume or increase again.
Dynamic load balancing allows one or more electric vehicles to be charged concurrently and automatically balances the distribution of available power between the vehicles. Of course, dynamic load balancing can also concentrate power in one vehicle and slow down other charging vehicles, so the owners of multiple electric vehicles can prioritize which vehicle to charge according to their preferences.