Testing conformance and interoperability of EVs and charging infrastructure

EV and EVSE manufacturers and providers are striving to reach that magical tipping point where range, charging time, availability, safety, and price come together to help EVs become the consumer’s preferred choice versus conventional gasoline cars. However, any single design fault in this complex ecosystem will cost money and delays, and no one wants to be late to market. As more EVs roll on the roads, real issues are surfacing, on top of those discovered during R&D. In addition, there is the challenge of learning new and evolving conformance standards.

Join this session next week at our Spring Virtual Conference on EV Engineering, presented by Keysight Technologies, where we will focus on the test of Combined Charging System (CCS) high-power chargers and vehicles. The same principles are also applicable for the Chinese charging standard GB/T, Japanese CHAdeMO, and ChaoJi-1/-2.

This session introduces the concept of harmonized conformance and interoperability testing, current trends in charging technology like bidirectional charging and Megawatt Charging, and the broad Keysight Charging Test Solution portfolio.

Register here—it’s free!

Other sessions at our Spring Virtual Conference include:

Maximizing Your DC Fast Charger Performance: Innovative Three-Phase PFC Topologies

This presentation will analyze and benchmark three-phase PFC topologies in terms of efficiency, costs and design complexity with a focus on designing EV DC fast chargers.

Furthermore, the most common three-phase PFC topologies on the market will be presented, considering either two-level or three-level switching principles, but also the usage of Si-based and SiC-based chip devices.

Overall, the presentation will provide a short guidance on how to select the right three-phase topology based on the application requirements.

Register here to learn more—it’s free!


See the full sessions list for the Spring Virtual Conference on EV Engineering here.

Broadcast live April 4 – 7, 2022, the conference content will span the EV engineering supply chain and ecosystem including motor and power electronics design and manufacturing, cell development, battery systems, testing, powertrains, thermal management, circuit protection, wire and cable, EMI/EMC and more.

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