UL requires EVSEs to go through pretty serious surge testing, 6000V 3300A
if I recall correctly. All the EVSEs I've torn down have MOVs installed.

The vehicle has additional MOVs and protection.

On Wed, Dec 13, 2017 at 3:00 AM, Peter Eckhoff via EV <ev@lists.evdl.org>
wrote:

> We live in an area with a fair number of thunderstorms and we see the
> lights blink a couple of times during a storm.  I have some appliances on
> surge protectors which leads to:
>
> 1)  How well are the home charging stations able to handle voltage spikes
> and not transmit the voltage to a pack?
>
> 2)  Should an EV be disconnected from the grid during a thunderstorm?
>
> 3)  Has anyone on this list examined the schematics for the various at home
> charging stations to try to determine the better ones?
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