"EVs' Growing Popularity and Impact on the Auto Industry"

Electric vehicles (EV) are becoming increasingly popular due to environmental concerns, government incentives, technological advancements and ever-boosting customer demand. Its is powered by rechargeable battery packs and electric motors, rather than gasoline or diesel engines. This shift from traditional combustion engines to electric power is driving significant changes in the automotive industry, from the way vehicles are designed and manufactured to the infrastructure needed to support them.

Critical Electrical Testing in the EV Industry

As the demand for EVs continues to grow, so does the need for accurate and reliable electrical testing on each component of the complex electrical systems. This includes battery packs, on/off switches applied in high-voltage DC relays, on-board chargers (OBC), DC-DC converting voltage value to support power steering system and other auxiliary equipment, motor control system, EMC, fuel cell etc. These tests are essential for eliminating risk of spontaneous combustion during charging, accurately recording of charging/ discharging data, real-time statistics of product qualification rate, and many other reasons.

Electronic Testing Systems

At Electronic Testing Systems (ETS), we offer a wide range of specialized and cost-effective equipment like power analyzer, AC/DC power suppliers, battery simulator,
regenerative electronic loads etc. to support the growing demand for accurate and reliable EV electrical testing, hence driving the continued growth and success of the automotive industry.

Traction Battery Pack in an Electric Vehicle

The function of a traction battery pack in an electric vehicle (EV) is to store electrical energy that is used to power the vehicle's electric motor. The traction battery pack is the main energy storage system in an EV and is responsible for providing the power needed to move the vehicle.

DC DC Converter in an Electric Vehicle

A DC-DC converter is an electronic device that converts high-voltage direct current (DC) from the battery of an electric vehicle (EV) to low-voltage DC for powering the vehicle's accessories, including lights, audio systems, and onboard computers. The converter's primary function is to regulate the voltage level of the EV's electrical system and ensure that each component receives the correct voltage level.