Whether validating new designs, benchmarking supplied products, or end of line production testing, a multipurpose strategy to testing an EV’s power ecosystem may just be what your budget orders.
Successful and economic testing begins with vertically minded solutions. Chroma’s approach is a result of the development of multipurpose test equipment that can be applied to batteries as well as power components. To give you an idea of scope, this equipment is able to provide small batch formation cell testing to full automated formation testing systems including cell, module and pack level cycling. From a baseline of multipurpose test equipment, you can then easily expand with bidirectional instruments for testing DC/DC Converters, On-Board Chargers, BMS, EVSE, and EV Simulation.
In this webinar session at our Spring Virtual Conference on EV Engineering—presented by Chroma, a Gold Sponsor—we will illustrate how a multipurpose strategy to testing EV power ecosystems can be achieved at lower costs with a Chroma bidirectional and regenerative automated test solution. Who should attend? EV, EVSE, battery and power component design and test engineers.
Other sessions at our Spring Virtual Conference include:
Measuring Electrical Power In Confined Vehicle Space
Whether early or late in the xEV development cycle, installing in-vehicle instrumentation for the accurate measurement of electrical power has been a challenge, until now. Accurate competitive vehicle analyses or production validation requires accessing cables’ inner conductors or busbars inside high-voltage components. CSM’s measurement technology has advanced to include new variants of it’s very successful High Voltage Breakout Modules specifically designed for accessing measurement locations where previous tools could not be packaged. Learn more about this exciting new evolutionary product line for your on-vehicle measurement of voltage and current as part of the Vector CSM eMobility Measurement System.
Broadcast live April 4 – 7, 2022, the conference content will span the EV engineering supply chain and ecosystem including motor and power electronics design and manufacturing, cell development, battery systems, testing, powertrains, thermal management, circuit protection, wire and cable, EMI/EMC and more.