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Highlights of the week
By 2030, at least 15 million all-electric cars (BEV = Battery Electric Vehicle) should be on Germany’s roads. This is the target reaffirmed by the German government in mid-January 2023 to achieve the desired climate neutrality of the mobility sector. By comparison, there were around 840,000 purely battery-powered electric cars (BEV) on the road in Germany in October 2022. It will therefore take some effort on the part of the automotive industry in the coming years to develop many new battery-powered electric cars and put them on the roads with the corresponding sales volumes.
Before they are launched on the market, however, the newly developed vehicles will have to be extensively and intensively put through their paces to see whether they meet the high requirements in terms of functionality, quality, stability and safety. Since the electric motor drive system involves completely new types of vehicles, the automotive industry is making considerable investments worldwide in modernizing and expanding its test facility technology for testing the new electric drives.
The electrical equipment of these new test field systems also includes load chokes from TRAMAG specially developed for these requirements in accordance with the EN61558-2-20 standard. Our special choke system presented today is used in the automotive test field as a motor substitute load with high coupling and operates with a clock rate between 10 and 20 kHz.
Individual solutions from our TRAMAG specialists
Our employees in development and production are justifiably proud to be able to make an important contribution to the climate-friendly mobility of the future with their work for TRAMAG products in our customer’s application.
For years, customers all over the world have trusted in our TRAMAG solution competence around transformers, chokes and filters, in reliable use for the electrical and economic optimization of their test and inspection equipment, especially for use in the automotive industry.
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