This webinar has been recorded and was originally held on January 14th, 2013 at HBM in Darmstadt, Germany.
Increasing the efficiency of electric motors and inverters plays a pivotal role in the future of electric drive trains for electric vehicles, aircraft auxiliary power systems and industrial power systems. Unfortunately, traditional testing methods provide inadequate results. To make any significant improvements, high-voltages, currents, torque and speed must be measured simultaneously and continuously at high sample rates especially during dynamic load changes. Learn a new method for measuring the efficiency of electrical motors, inverters and the entire electric drive train to greatly improve the range of electric automobiles and the efficiency of aircraft power systems during dynamic load changes.