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Power and efficiency measurement

The components of electric vehicles are being further developed and optimized. For this, multi-channel, electrical power measurement is necessary. It is the basis for the comprehensive analysis of the efficiency of inverters, electric motors, converters or charging systems.

In this episode of CSM Xplained, learn how this is easily done with the Vector CSM E-Mobility Measurement System.

  • Overview of the basics of electrical power measurement
  • How is electrical power calculated with the eMobilityAnalyzer?
  • How can power analysis be easily performed on the electric motor?
  • How is the power and efficiency measurement performed on the powertrain?
  • How are power losses and efficiency determined at the inverter or charging system?


Here you can find the presentation for download as PDF.

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