Got the Brusa NLG513 charger set up successfully (after a long lead time getting ports and connectors ready). The Brusa charger can take 120-240 volts AC and charge up to a 500 volt DC battery. The charger can be programmed to handle different charging profiles (as different battery chemistries need to be charged differently).
I’m going to be charging up a 360 volt (nominal) Li-ion battery. I couldn’t find any existing profiles so I’ll need to develop one myself or make friends with the internets.
Just FYI: This charger was recovered from a 2010 Ford Transit EV conversion in the UK. The previous set up controlled the charge profile with CAN messaging – notably it did not use the charger’s own battery temp monitoring lines. Likely the setup included a battery monitoring system (BMS) including temperature and voltage monitoring, which then modified the charging profile as necessary with CAN messages.