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CSM Xplained Archive

The web seminars around measurement technology in e-mobility

Here you will find all past issues of CSM Xplained to watch and accompanying documents to download.

Measuring in high-voltage environments

The use of measurement technology in the high-voltage environment brings with it a number of new regulations and requirements that must be observed. First and foremost is the safety of the operator, which places new demands on the measurement technology.

  • What is changing when using measurement technology in the HV environment?
  • Can I use conventional measurement technology for measurements in the HV environment?
  • Which regulations and standards must be complied with?
  • What features must the measurement technology used have?

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Here you can find the presentation for download as PDF.

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HV Isolation Testing Station

Operational safety test of high-voltage measurement modules

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Product HV DTemp

HV DTemp Measurement System

Digital temperature measurement with up to 512 measurement points
Patent pending

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HV Breakout Module 1.2

HV Breakout Module 1.2

Single-phase measurement of internal conductor current and voltage

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HV Breakout Modules 1.1

HV Breakout Module 1.1

Single-phase measurement of internal conductor current and voltage

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Current measurement in e-mobility

Currents must be measured at many points in the HV electrical system of modern electric vehicles: Be it to analyze charging and consumption processes or to verify protective measures against shield currents. The precise investigation of high-frequency current components requires a wide bandwidth in measurement, and instrumentation in particular can present users with challenges.

  • Which currents must be measured at which points in the HV electrical system?
  • What requirements are placed on the measurement technology?
  • With which methods can currents be measured?
  • How can current measurements be performed on test benches and in vehicle testing?

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Here you can find the presentation for download as PDF.

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HV Breakout Modules 3.3

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Three-phase measurement of internal conductor current and voltage with direct XCP-on-Ethernet output for real-time power analysis

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HV Breakout Module 3.1

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Three-phase measurement of internal conductor current, voltage and instantaneous power

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HV Breakout Module 1.2 +S

HV Breakout Module 1.2 +S

Single-phase measurement of shield current, inner conductor current, voltage and power

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HV Breakout Module 1.2

HV Breakout Module 1.2

Single-phase measurement of internal conductor current and voltage

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CSMshunt

CSMshunt

Shunt-based current measurements under harsh environmental conditions

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LEM LF 310-S sensor package

LEM Sensor Packages

Fast and synchronous current measurement

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Temperature measurement in e-mobility

Temperatures play a major role in the performance and safety of vehicles with electric, fuel cell or hybrid drive systems. If the temperatures in components such as the HV battery deviate significantly from their ideal range, performance losses, accelerated wear or even total failure are the result. Accordingly, temperatures must be measured intensively at many points.

  • What is the significance of temperatures in electromobility?
  • How can a HV-safe measurement chain be built - from the temperature measurement point to the data acquisition unit?
  • What are the options for temperature measurement for the various applications?
  • What advantages and disadvantages do the various options offer?
  • How can hundreds of temperatures in HV batteries be measured efficiently and safely?

Download

Here you can find the presentation for download as PDF.

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Product HV DTemp

HV DTemp Measurement System

Digital temperature measurement with up to 512 measurement points
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HV PT Measurement Modules

HV PT Measurement Modules

Safe temperature measurement with PT100 and PT1000 sensors

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Product HV TH

HV TH Measurement Modules

Safe temperature measurement with K-type thermocouples

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CAN PT MiniModule evo

Temperature measurements with PT100 and PT1000 RTD sensors

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Temperature measurements with K-, J- and T-type thermocouples

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Voltage measurement in e-mobility

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?

Download

Here you can find the presentation for download as PDF.

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HV Breakout Module 3.1

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Three-phase measurement of internal conductor current, voltage and instantaneous power

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HV Breakout Modules 3.3

HV Breakout Module 3.3

Three-phase measurement of internal conductor current and voltage with direct XCP-on-Ethernet output for real-time power analysis

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HV Breakout Module 1.2 +S

HV Breakout Module 1.2 +S

Single-phase measurement of shield current, inner conductor current, voltage and power

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HV Breakout Modules 1.1

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Single-phase measurement of internal conductor current and voltage

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Hochvolt AD Messmodule

High-Voltage AD Measurement Modules

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The Vector CSM E-Mobility Measurement System

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?
  • What does an ideal measurement system for measurements on the test bench and in road tests look like?

Download

Here you can find the presentation for download as PDF.

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Single-phase measurement of internal conductor current and voltage

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HV Breakout Module 3.1

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Three-phase measurement of internal conductor current, voltage and instantaneous power

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HV Breakout Modules 3.3

HV Breakout Module 3.3

Three-phase measurement of internal conductor current and voltage with direct XCP-on-Ethernet output for real-time power analysis

Read more »

HV Breakout Modules 1.1

HV Breakout Module 1.1

Single-phase measurement of internal conductor current and voltage

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E-Mobility Measurement System

The Vector CSM E-Mobility Measurement System

The measurement system for the development of electric mobility

Electromobility continues to gain momentum. Various energy storage, drive and charging systems pave the way to electric mobility. The development of high-voltage batteries, inverters and electric motors places high demands on measurement technology in order to obtain the right results for further optimization. Together with Vector Informatik, CSM has developed a measurement system that leaves nothing to be desired.

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XCP-Gateway

XCP-Gateway

The protocol converter for EtherCAT® and CAN to XCP-on-Ethernet

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