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Kratzer Automation launches new battery test and simulation device

Kratzer Automation has developed the VES4.1-c, a new battery test and simulation device. The VES4.1-c features an increased rated current and overload capability, as well as Ethernet for Control Automation Technology (EtherCAT) interface. The device has a maximum current of 1,000 amps and maximum electrical output of up to 300 kW.

Dirk Stübener, Product Manager E-Mobility at Kratzer Automation, said, “With the new device VES4.1-c we offer our customers a higher utility value in daily test operation. In the future, we will also offer an upgrade of the EtherCAT interface of the VES4 systems to the new generation.”

Source: Kratzer Automation

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