Nagendra Badiger, Development Engineer Models and Controls Design, AVL
All high-voltage components in electric powertrains require dedicated testing methods and tools. The inverter is the heart of electric traction systems as it controls all driving conditions and is part of safety-critical vehicle functionalities.
An Electric Motor Emulator (EME) replaces electrical motors for testing drive inverters on a full power basis without the need for mechanical setup and is independent of real e-motor hardware. It serves the test requirements of modern traction inverters throughout all development phases.
In this free webinar, AVL’s Nagendra Badiger demonstrates how simple and quick it is to connect a power inverter to an inverter testbed.
Key topics and takeaways:
- What is the role of an EME in an inverter testbed?
- How to set up the connection of test inverter with EME
- How to check the operation of the rotor position sensor
- What key interfaces must be considered?