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09.02.2021

DSA Webinar: Mastering the Challenge of High-Voltage Battery Testing

The current trend towards electromobility presents OEMs and their suppliers with the challenge of reliably testing high-voltage battery packs for their safety-relevant mechanisms before they are installed in production vehicles and documenting the test results in an audit-proof manner. In a joint webinar on February 18, 2021, starting at 11:00 a.m., industry experts from DSA and Digatron will provide information on the challenges of high-voltage battery testing and how to successfully overcome them.

During the webinar, learn which tests are relevant for safe and long-lasting high-voltage battery operation and what options are available when creating a customized solution.

Benefit from the expertise of our professional colleagues in the areas of test and formation systems for batteries and test and diagnostic technology for vehicle electronics. Based on this, DSA and Digatron have designed a powerful and flexible solution for testing and commissioning of high-voltage batteries for electric vehicles.

We look forward to welcoming you to our webinar which will be in English. Registration for the webinar has meanwhile been completed. If you are interested in this topic, please contact us. 


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