Interlock (Pilot Line) in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles UniTrain Course
A pilot line is a system designed solely for safety purposes which ensures the safety of drivers and of mechanics working on and around a vehicle at a workshop. Its purpose is to disconnect the high-voltage battery in the event that cables have been incorrectly disconnected or if faults have occurred. Trainees become familiar with the pilot line by means of interactively based experiments.
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Training Topics:
  • Fundamental of pilot lines
  • Diagnostic functions:
    • Reading out fault memory with a diagnostic tester
    • Classifying faults in vehicle systems
  • Function and design of a pilot line:
    • Design of electric circuit
    • Principle of operation
    • Control
    • Circuit variants
  • Compiling repair shop orders
  • Repair methods and conversations with customers:
    • Selection of repair actions as specified by manufacturers
    • Working with spare part numbers
  • Investigation using measuring instruments
  • Practical troubleshooting
Product: Interlock (Pilot Line) in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles UniTrain Course
Product Code: SO4205-1H

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