When: Weds., Dec. 13, 2017
Time: 10:00AM - 2:00PM
Where: Teledyne LeCroy
27007 Hills Tech Court
Farmington Hills, MI 48331
About the session: Whether you are working on Hybrid technology, advance Electric-drive components or Fuel Cells probing and measuring small signals buried in larger ones can be challenging.
Today's vehicles can have 6 or more different circuit voltages, from 6 - 650 volts. They can be AC or DC currents with variable voltages.
In this class high voltage is defined as circuit voltage of more than 50 volts. The high voltage systems of most hybrids need to be disabled when performing electrical tests.
However these systems can now be optically isolated at probe to remove safety concerns and get the measurement you want at the noise level you need.
We’ll cover how to measure the high-voltage battery pack, capacitors inside the vehicle's inverter-rectifier assembly, the motor-generators, and high-voltage cables, usually orange in color, that connect these essentials together.
Who should attend: Engineers and Technicians working on Hybrid technology, advance Electric-drive components or Fuel Cells.
Cost: FREE, registration is required to hold your seat.
High Voltage Small Signal Measurements
PLEASE NOTE: All visitors must provide valid government photo identification prior to gaining access to a Teledyne facility. This can be in the form of a driver's license or passport.