Battery Emulators

Accurately maintaining control variables when using real batteries in experiments can present users with a pack of problems.

To compare results like for like, variables such as state of charge and temperature need to be conditioned and accurately measured before testing. Battery chemistry is also likely to degrade over time, making results inconsistent.

With an emulator this isn't a problem. The power system forms a bidirectional circuit with the device under test, replicating the real world behaviour of batteries. Hard to reproduce operational states are programmable, such as voltage cranking during the cold start of a motor. Automated test procedures can be run at the push of a button.

Application GUIs are available to simulate relevant electrical characteristics. Variables which are programmable include number of cells, energy capacity, cut off limits, chemistry type and nominal voltage. An eight channel recording scope allows data can be recorded and instantly analysed.

Switchable output capacitance is available to improve stability for fast current demands when testing electric drives. Industry specific interfaces such as CAN are possible, which is particularly popular in automotive applications. Integration of models such as the G5-BATSIM into wider real time PHIL controllers is possible.

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Did you know...

  • We have a dedicated range of programmable DC sources and DC loads for unidirectional battery emulation.
  • A dedicated capacitor emulation GUI standard for G5-BATSIM systems.
  • If you need to emulate a discharging fuel cell, the G5-SOURCE DC power supply is available with an embedded function generator to program a specific waveform.
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G5-BATSIM

G5-BATSIM

High Voltage Modular Battery Emulators

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Power: 0 to 18kW 0 to 5MW This maximum is achieved by using units in master-slave.
Voltage: 0 to 500VDC 0 to 3000VDC Configurations >1500V are possible with a centre tapped earth.
Current: 0 to ±54A 0 to ±12960A This maximum is achieved by using units in master-slave.

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LAB-GSS

LAB-GSS

High Current Modular Battery Emulators

Min Max
Power: 0 to 20kW 0 to 2MW This maximum is achieved by using units in master-slave.
Voltage: 0 to 65VDC 0 to 1500VDC This maximum is achieved by using units in master-slave.
Current: 0 to ±40A 0 to ±38400A This maximum is achieved by using units in master-slave.

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LAB-SCUBI-SIM

LAB-SCUBI-SIM

High Power Battery Emulator

Min Max
Power: 0 to 60kW 0 to 1.3MW This maximum is achieved by using units in master-slave.
Voltage: 0 to 300VDC 0 to 1000VDC
Current: 0 to ±200A 0 to ±2000A This maximum is achieved by using units in master-slave.

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LAB-MOBI-SIM

LAB-MOBI-SIM

Multi-Channel Battery Emulator

Min Max
Power: 0 to 60kW 0 to 650kW
Voltage: 0 to 300VDC 0 to 1000VDC
Current: 0 to ±200A 0 to ±4000A This maximum is achieved by combining channels in parallel.

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