Energy Savings in Testing of Energy Storage (Batteries) and Powertrain Applications, Testing and Simulation of DC Charging Stations
Climate protection, energy saving, CO2 reduction are the current focus. The question is how we can reduce the energy demand during testing? Based on a comparison of different charging/discharging setups for batteries or motor/generator combinations, a calculation shows the differences and basic considerations. Our 2/4-channel DC test system is the solution! The following is an example of how to test DC charging stations and arrangements, not only to prove performance but also to prove standards.
Manfred Kienle is Sales Manager at Gustav Klein GmbH & Co. KG in Schongau, Germany, with over 17 years of experience in the power supply business. His profession is technical business economist (IHK) based on an education as certified electrical engineer. He is mainly responsible for the foreign customer business, partner support and foreign projects. He started with UPS systems and stationary battery systems. He has been working intensively for 10 years and is the main contact person for DC and AC test systems.