Light Vehicles Hybrid and Electric Trainer

When we think about the future of our planet the development and production of vehicles equipped with hybrid drives is a logical and necessary step. Lower emissions and less fuel consumption are benchmarks for future generations of modern automobiles. Such measures ensure that the fundamentals necessary for life are sustained while quality of life improves.

Hybrid motor vehicles and electric cars are not just a future consideration, but in fact the auto industry has already made them available on the market. The only rational diagnostic strategy available for these vehicles presupposes the necessary system understanding.
Training Concepts:

An interactive course is supplied, which contains the following topics:

  • Criteria for putting the test equipment into operation
  • Selection and checking of the test equipment
  • Drive concepts
  • Health and safety while working
  • Electrical hazards
  • Safety regulations
  • HV battery
  • Working with high-voltage vehicles
  • Safety concepts for high-voltage vehicles
  • Hybrid driving
  • Pure electric driving
  • Generator operation
  • Boosting
  • Regenerative braking
  • Asynchronous machines
  • Synchronous machines
  • Inverters
  • Regenerative braking and energy recovery
  • Operating principle for resolvers
  • Operating principle for interlock contacts
  • High speed - CAN bus
  • Measurement of the CP signal of type 2 charge connection during active charging process
  • How to handle damaged HV vehicles
    • Safer handling by rescue services
    • Disconnection and isolation options for rescue services
    • Special hazards 
    • Rescue scheme for rescue services

Practical training contents:

  • Servicing work
    • Correct selection and testing of suitable instruments and testing equipment
    • How to use service information
    • Carrying out service work on HV systems
    • Checking charging device
    • Charging of high-voltage battery
  • Repair work
    • Measurement at potential equalisation conductors
    • Disconnection and isolation of a HV system
      • Manual disconnection and isolation
      • Tester-guided disconnection and isolation
      • Securing against reactivation
      • Verification of isolated status (absence of voltage)
    • Putting a HV system into initial operation
    • Measurement of insulation resistance
    • Measurement of the shielding
    • Measuring the temperature (traction battery, E-machine)
  • Diagnostics work
    • Fault localization on a HV system
      • Fault finding on electric motor
      • Fault finding on the inverter
      • Fault finding on the connection lines
    • Measurement of the equipotential bonding
    • How to use the diagnostic device 
    • Read-out and deletion of fault memory
    • Measurement on the CAN bus
Product: Light Vehicles Hybrid and Electric Trainer
Product Code: CO3221-6X

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