CAN solution provider Kvaser (Sweden) has signed a technical associate (TA) agreement with German test and measurement manufacturer, Klaric. Klaric uses CAN for data output and/or configuration.
Stuttgart-based Klaric serves the automotive market with a product portfolio that encompasses current, voltage, and temperature measurement modules and sensors for high and low voltage applications. Additonally, the high voltage breakout boxes for safe measurement in electric and hybrid systems, many of which use CAN for data output and/or configuration.
Killian Klaric commented: “With many customers who work with Kvaser interfaces and data-loggers, we have supported Kvaser hardware for a number of years. A closer relationship with Kvaser means we have more confidence with their products and see potential for presenting a total solution to customers; pairing Klaric’s measurement modules and Kvaser’s data-loggers.”
Silvia Kueller, Managing Director of Kvaser Europe commented: “The measurement and validation of electrical components is a key phase within the development and test of any vehicle, determining its overall reliability and efficiency. When it comes to high voltage or EV applications, Klaric’s range of capable and Kvaser-compatible tools are highly complementary to our existing partner network.”
One of Klaric’s latest products is an EV (electric vehicle) charge-monitor, used to validate the charging process for electric or hybrid vehicles. Capable of measuring current and voltage in both AC and DC, the system can be used for vehicle certification, emissions testing, and energy management research and development. With up to three high-speed CAN network outputs, the Kvaser Memorator Pro 5xHS is suitable.
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