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Testing EV Inverters? Lower Real Cost of Test Without Compromising Safety, Quality, or Test Coverage

Presented by:

  • Dr. Uday Deshpande, CTO, D&V Electronics

  • Brandon Brice, Senior Solutions Marketing Manager, Transportation, NI

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Oct 19, 2021, 12:30 pm EDT

In the evolving world of eMobility one thing remains constant – the inverter is the heart and soul of electric vehicles. When it comes to testing inverters, the trend has been to pull tests further up the development cycle, using virtualization to simulate components at lower costs and test scenarios faster than in-vehicle field testing. Power-level hardware-in-the-loop (pHIL) testing extends traditional signal-level HIL to include testing the power electronics circuits on EV traction inverters in a closed-loop simulator.

Join this session to learn how traction inverter validation engineers can extend their testing capabilities by emulating the motor and the other power components in an EV powertrain to cover a broader range of realistic and repeatable test scenarios including under multiple failure conditions that would not be easily reproducible on the road.






All Sessions: October 2021 Conference

A Virtual Conference on EV Engineering: October 18-21, 2021.
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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