One-stop-shop solution; particularly suited to eVehicle applications
Danisense, the leader in high-accuracy current transducers for demanding applications, has announced that HBM Test and Measurement, the German company that offers solutions for the entire measurement chain from virtual to physical testing, will offer customers a packaged solution of its power analyzer together with a Danisense current transducer. The combination will make it more convenient and simpler for customers to use the best available equipment.
HBM will label the current sensors included in the package, ‘powered by Danisense’. Its eDrive power analyzer acquires mechanical signals (e.g. torque, vibration, temperatures) and electrical signals (current, voltage) simultaneously, helping designers to better understand the electric drive and its losses in minutes rather than days, which is important for the optimisation of the drive as well as the increase in efficiency. In contrast to conventional power analyzers, HBM´s eDrive offers data acquisition and analysis capabilities in addition to power measurement. When paired with a high-accuracy, high reliability, wide-bandwidth Danisense current transducer (compatible models range from 50A to 1200A), the solution is a perfect fit for the electric vehicle market.
Comments Loic Moreau, Sales & Marketing Director, Danisense A/S: “The HBM solution is a powerful tool for the automotive market, enabling the collection and analysis of lots of data from diverse sensors. We are excited to partner with HBM to deliver a convenient, high-performance T&M solution, available from one source.”
Added Klaus Lang Business Development Manager at HBM: “Danisense has earned a global reputation for delivering current sense transducers that lead the market for accuracy, reliability and usability. They are a perfect complement to our eDrive power analyzers, and we are convinced that customers will value the ability to purchase a complete solution including Danisense current and HBM torque sensors from a single source..”