Reduce Risk of Electromagnetic Interference in EV Charging Infrastructure Tests

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With expectations of faster and high-power charging comes the need to ensure safety and performance across an ever-increasing range of electric vehicle (EV) models and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) vendors. Ensuring electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) of the EVSE with the EVs it will charge, and also with nearby electronic devices is necessary to ensure safety and performance.

In today’s competitive e-mobility market, EVSE manufacturers must adapt quickly to test a wide range of EV models, and ensure that their charging products conform to different standards around the world. Using a system that emulates the real device-under-test setup can save time and cost.


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