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CSM Xplained

The web seminars about measurement technology in e-mobility

In regular web seminars, our measurement technology experts explain the challenges of measuring in electromobility and show how these can be solved in a practical way.

  • Duration of the presentation: approx. 30 minutes
  • Subsequent discussion with our experts

On request, we can also develop individual offers in which we can specifically address your areas of application and questions. Just get in touch with us.

  • Free registration and participation
  • All web seminars are browser-based. No further installations necessary (An HTML5-capable Internet browser is required. For further information on technical requirements, please refer to the provider of the web seminar platform.)
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Upcoming web seminars

Voltage measurement in e-mobility

29 June, 2021

10 am (PDT) / 1 pm (EDT) / 7 pm (CEDT)

Duration: 30 minutes

Speaker: Tom Doerr

DC and AC voltages in the HV environment are characterized by peaks and dips as well as superpositions and have a significant influence on the interaction of all components. To ensure proper operation of the entire system, regulations set limits and must be verified.

  • What are the typical characteristics and interactions of HV voltages in the vehicle electrical system?
  • What must be considered when using measurement technology for voltage measurement?
  • With which measuring instruments can HV voltages be reliably acquired?
  • How can voltage measurements be performed in road tests and on the test bench?

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The Vector CSM E-Mobility Measurement System

13 July, 2021

10 am (PDT) / 1 pm (EDT) / 7 pm (CEDT)

Duration: 30 minutes

Speaker: Tom Doerr

For the comprehensive analysis and testing of electric vehicles, physical parameters from numerous sources (HV and low-voltage environment) must be acquired and analyzed. A precise evaluation of the data is only possible through the synchronous acquisition of the data. In addition, the design of such a measurement system should be conceivably simple and precisely tailored to the measurement task.

  • How can various physical parameters (such as acceleration, strain, flow, humidity, and many more) measured with fast or slow signals and HV-safe or conventional?
  • How can measurement data from additional sources, such as vehicle buses and ECUs, be integrated?
  • How can the synchronicity of the measurements be ensured?
  • How can such a measurement system be set up for measurements in the test bench or in road tests?

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