EV Charger Manufacturing: The Importance Of Incorporating Highly Reliable And Durable Electronics Manufacturing

Presented by:

  • Dennis Gradler, Sr. Director of Industrial Solutions, Kimball Electronics

  • Brian McAfee, Business Development Manager - Industrial Solutions, Kimball Electronics

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Dec 6, 2023, 9:30 am EST

The need for durable, highly reliable electronics plays a major role for all EV charging manufacturers. In this webinar, we will discuss areas of the manufacturing process that need to be considered for the electronics that are incorporated into these charging units. These units will need to withstand high voltage/current, coupled with extreme environmental changes and circumstances so that drivers can get to their destinations quickly and safely. Kimball Electronics has 60+ years of experience in building highly durable and high-quality electronics that work in tough environments for 10, 15, 20 and more years.

To build such electronics it is required to have solid quality system, controls, working with EV charger manufacturers on developing the products together and support them in design for manufacturability and industrialization. An important part of building highly reliable electronics is involvement from the initial design of the product through the initial manufacturing including:
• Design for Manufacturing, Test, Supply Chain (DFX) Reviews
• Bill of Material (BOM) Reviews
• Prototype to Manufacturing Support
• Ability to build small initial quantities for Design Validation (DV) and Production Validation (PV)
• Production Part Approval Process (PPAP)

All Sessions: December 2023 Infrastructure Conference

Free to attend December 4-6, 2023: view the daily webinar schedule here. This virtual event will span all things EV charging in two main tracks:

Track 1: Deploying EV Infrastructure & Fleets
Content for fleet/facility managers, charging network operators, public transport planners, etc.

Track 2: Design & Manufacturing of Charging Systems
Content for engineers who are building, testing, and manufacturing charging systems.

All live webcast sessions are free to attend and will be recorded and available to watch on-demand after the event. Register for a session below and reserve your spot to watch it live or on-demand.


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