Using multiple low-voltage electronic loads in parallel makes it possible to reach up to several kilowatts of power. Typical test application areas include electric power steering (EPS) systems, starter and generator systems, two-wheelers, secondary drives, and mild hybrid drives.
Typical power HIL system based on low-voltage electronic loads for testing mild hybrid drives.
dSPACE has years of experience in power hardware-in-the-loop testing: In addition to our high-voltage approach, we also offer smaller systems based on the DS5380 Low-Voltage Electronic Load Module and the DS5381 Low-Voltage Electronic Load Unit, which are suited for emulating and testing ECUs with low voltages of up to 30 V and up to 60 V, respectively.
The electronic loads can either be completely integrated into a standard HIL cabinet or combined with several external components, such as high-current failure insertion units (FIU) or climate chambers.
Typical applications for our low-voltage systems are dynamic tests at the power level of the following:
You can choose from a variety of test scenarios for your application:
Low-voltage electronic load unit for the power HIL simulation of electric machines (voltage range: up to 60 V)DS5380 Low-Voltage Electronic Load Module
Low-voltage electronic load module for power HIL testing of low-voltage and low-power auxiliary motors (voltage range: up to 30 V)
Model-based approach for low-voltage testing of mild hybrid systemsSupport
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