Yokogawa

Test & Measurement: Power point

Lee Thomas (left) and Anoop Gangadharan with the Yokogawa WT5000 precision power analyser

Steve Rogerson takes a look at Yokogawa’s latest precision power analyser that is claiming a world record in accuracy

Test & Measurement: On the move

 Inverter evaluation using the scope-corder to monitor signals via the Can bus

Clive Davis, European marketing manager for Yokogawa Test & Measurement, shows how portable instruments can bring versatility to automotive testing

Yokogawa adds PSI5 bus analysis support to oscilloscopes

Yokogawa supports PSI5 bus analysis on oscilloscopes

Yokogawa has announced support for Peripheral Sensor Interface 5 (PSI5) bus analysis on its eight-channel DLM4000 and two- and four-channel DLM2000 oscilloscopes, making them suitable for automotive designers and engineers.

Test & Measurement: Fork on the road

Typical screen display from the Yokogawa WT1800 precision power analyser used for testing the Karabag 500E electric car

Test instruments are playing a key part in the joint development of a family of cost-effective electric vehicles

Powertrains put to the test

Test set up for powertrain drive system with a number of additional parameters and measurement points that are necessary to gain a deeper insight into the overall application and the interactions that can occur between the various electrical, mechanical and physical parameters involved

Hafeez Najumudeen and Kelvin Hagebeuk explore testing for the powertrains of electric vehicles

Combined instrument aimed at powertrain developers

Yokogawa DL850EV Scopecorder aids powertrain prototyping

Engineers prototyping powertrains for hybrid electric vehicles are the target for the vehicle edition of the latest combined oscilloscope and data acquisition recorder from Yokogawa.

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