Load Chokes mounted and connected in the TRAMAG Extension-Control Cabinet …
… for Inverter Test Benches in the e-Automotive Industry
The power electronics in electric cars consist of an inverter with a voltage converter. On the one hand, the inverter controls the motor power and thus ensures torque and speed. On the other hand, the inverter with the voltage converter converts the DC voltage of the rechargeable battery into the AC voltage required by the electric motor. The inverter is thus a key component in the drive train of the electric car. The quality, function and performance of an inverter are therefore subject to the most stringent testing requirements before a vehicle is delivered, for which special test benches are needed.
In recent years, TRAMAG has developed into a leading supplier of inductive replacement loads for use in such test benches for electric mobility. We are the specialist for load chokes which are used in these test benches as motor substitute loads. What is new is that we can now also offer the load reactors, which are specifically designed according to customer requirements, already mounted in the control cabinet on request. The advantages for our TRAMAG customers are obvious: The time saved for the installation and the wiring of the load chokes in the cabinet, which then also avoids the use of a crane at the customer’s assembly site.
For years, customers all over the world have trusted in TRAMAG’s solution expertise for the use of transformers, chokes and filters for a wide variety of electrical engineering applications, including TRAMAG load chokes in the control cabinet for the safe and reliable operation of test equipment for testing inverters in the electric automotive industry.
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