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CSM’s new Split system for measuring current, voltage and power

Measurement technology manufacturer CSM has introduced a new measurement product composed of three modules for the high-frequency measurement of current, voltage and power in high-voltage power cables. The High-Voltage Breakout Module Split (HV BM Split) is comprised of an HV SBM I open module for measuring busbars, an HV SBM I for measuring the power… Read more »

New CSM connectors allow easier handling for high-voltage testing

CSM has released C (Connector) variants of its High-voltage Breakout Modules (HV BM) for measuring current, voltage and power. The C variant connection is designed to facilitate handling, reduce measurement setup time, and easily unplug for calibration. The new HV Breakout Module 1.2C is connected to the HV power cables via a PL500 connector system… Read more »

Optimize EV Testing with the Vector CSM E-Mobility Measurement System

This presentation will show the audience the streamlined and integrated innovations from Vector and CSM for a complete eMobility measurement system, including measurement, recording, and real-time analysis of currents, voltages, temperatures, pressures, torques, ECU data and vehicle busses. The system is easily scalable to your testing requirements. The proper selection of hardware and software can… Read more »

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… Read more »

Selecting The Correct Measurement Technology For Your EV Test

Low-speed or high-speed? CAN or EtherCAT? Time aligned or syncronized? Low voltage or high-voltage? Test bench or on-vehicle? Which technology for electrical current? With or without vehicle bus? Can I include video? What about GPS data? Which software do I use to analyze all this data? The list of questions and challenges associated with the… Read more »

A multipurpose approach for testing EV power ecosystems (Webinar)

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… Read more »

Today’s EV engineering webinar schedule: Thursday, October 21

Charged is hosting a virtual conference on EV engineering that’s free to attend this week. The conference includes live webinar sessions with interactive Q&As and on-demand webinars. View the daily session schedule online here. All of the live sessions will be recorded and available to view after the broadcasts. You can access the recorded videos… Read more »

Optimizing EV Powertrain Test Instrumentation and Improving Measurement Results

This presentation will demonstrate how test instrumentation of electric vehicle powertrains has been simplified while improving accuracy with innovative new measurement technology from CSM. The challenges associated with instrumenting test benches and electric vehicles are numerous, and are primarily associated with safely measuring current and voltage at many points throughout the high-voltage powertrain—such as between… Read more »

How to improve battery testing efficiency and scalability

The battery pack is the single most costly EV component and has the largest impact on design and performance (size, weight, acceleration, range, charge time, and vehicle life). Join this session next week at the Charged Virtual Conference on EV Engineering, presented by NI and EA Elektro-Automatik, to learn how integrating EA Elektro-Automatik’s bidirectional, regenerative… Read more »