EV manufacturers want to reassure customers that electric vehicles have the performance they need.
See how test specialist Intertek uses Yokogawa’s WT5000 to provide the results they need.
The new Yokogawa AQ6375E and AQ6376E are the only grating based OSAs covering SWIR (Short-Wavelength InfraRed) over 2 μm and MWIR (Mid-Wavelength InfraRed) over 3 μm with world class optical performance.
Yokogawa launched the WT5000 Precision Power Analyzer - Transformer Version, which is dedicated to helping transformer manufacturers develop and validate the losses of highly efficient products for utility industry customers.
Only recently released, the Yokogawa DL950 ScopeCorder is already getting better.
With newly added flash acquisition as well as new time computing functions, the DL950 brings further improvement on its already leading versatility.
With the new service, Yokogawa's European Standards Laboratory, based at the company's European Headquarters in Amersfoort, Netherlands, now offers comprehensive energy and power calibration, customized to meet the needs of specific applications.
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Yokogawa Test & Measurement Corporation announces the release of the AQ6373E visible wavelength and AQ6374E wide range optical spectrum analyzers. Designed as successors to the AQ6373B and AQ6374, which feature high resolution and close-in dynamic range, the new analyzers offer the same high level of performance as well as features that improve operability to meet a variety of optical spectrum measurement needs in both R&D and production settings.
Companies offering drivetrain testing services need to be flexible. With potential customers ranging from suppliers of specialist components for the powertrain or transmission, right up to the world’s leading car manufacturers, they need adaptable test solutions that can be quickly broken down and rebuilt to meet the needs of each customer. This was the type of test solution required by ATESTEO of Kassel, Germany to equip its automotive test beds.
The manufacturers of electric vehicles (EVs) are constantly pushing the boundaries of performance. Whether in racing cars or the everyday vehicles that consumers rely on, EV technology needs to demonstrate high efficiency, maximum range between charges, reliability and high dynamic performance. By showing that EVs can offer the same advantages and specification to drivers that conventional vehicles can, manufacturers can secure the future of a technology that is a major building block of a more sustainable society. To instill confidence in consumers, manufacturers need the assistance of specialist companies who can help them test and refine the designs of electric motors, drivetrains, batteries and control systems. Such a company is Intertek. At its EV Testing Centre of Excellence in Milton Keynes, UK, Intertek plays a crucial role in the industry’s efforts to develop new generations of technology, for road going vehicles and for Formula E racing cars.
ECOC 2023 is a platform where industry professionals, researchers, and innovators come together to share knowledge, exchange ideas, and foster collaborations. Engage with our team of experts to gain valuable insights into emerging trends, best practices, and future technologies that will shape the optical communication landscape.
Make sure to visit Yokogawa's booth #8 at ECOC 2023 to experience our latest innovations, engage with our experts, and discover how our solutions can help drive your optical communication projects forward.
We look forward to meeting you at ECOC 2023 and exploring new possibilities in optical communication together!
The EPE 2023 ECCE Europe conference will take place in Aalborg, Denmark, from 4 to 8 September 2023, where participants will gain detailed insights into the state of the art of power electronics and its applications.
The Instrumentation, Analysis & Testing Exhibition has become a significant event in the engineering year and with visitors travelling from across the UK it is seen by many as the go-to event for testing and analysis technologies.
As the leading international exhibition and conference for Power Electronics, Intelligent Motion, Renewable Energy and Energy Management, the PCIM Europe is the international meeting point for the industry. In addition, the PCIM Europe offers further formats to keep the community up-to-date throughout the year.
Meet battery manufacturers, suppliers, engineers, thought leaders and decision-makers for a conference and battery tech expo focused on the latest developments in the advanced battery and automotive industries.
Be Our Guest, in Booth# 4-D50, Hall 8