NHR ledande tillverkare inom "Power Electronics Test Systems & Instruments"
Top 8 Considerations for Battery Simulation When deciding between a bidirectional power supply and a battery emulator for battery simulation, there are important considerations. Selecting the wrong equipment can delay projects, increase safety risks and hinder productivity. Using a bidirectional DC power supply for battery simulation can have many limitations in functionality because it is designed as a traditional power supply, not for simulating a battery. More advanced battery emulators, like NHR’s 9200 and 9300, allow for real-world simulation of battery characteristics by modeling the battery packs series-resistance (RINT). Battery Cycler vs. Bidirectional Power Supply for Battery Test:Top 8 Considerations
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