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NH Research Exhibits at the Automotive Testing Expo 2021

NH Research Inc., a leading provider of power test solutions for the automotive and energy markets, is exhibiting at The Automotive Testing Expo 2021 in Novi, Michigan.

Visit Booth #13004 to learn about NHR’s advanced test solutions including Battery Cyclers, Battery Emulators, Grid-Simulators, AC/DC Loads and AC/DC Sources. Our application experts will be on-hand to demonstrate NHR’s flexible 9200 & 9300 series battery test systems, 9410 regenerative grid simulator, and 9430 4-Quadrant AC loads.

NHR has been at the forefront of the EV industry by providing next generation EV test solutions for leading OEMS, Tier 1- 2- 3 suppliers, and researchers. NHR’s test solutions are ideal for applications across the product life-cycle including R&D, production, in-use (repair and maintenance), and end-of life applications (recycling, second-life).

Demo Station to Feature NHR 9300 Series

NHR’s exhibit booth will feature the 9300/ 9200 Series, an all-in-one test solution for EV components and systems. These multi-functional units serve as a battery cycler, bidirectional DC source and load, and battery emulator in one mobile-friendly asset. Ideal test applications include the battery/fuel cell, electric powertrain, EVSE/OBC, DC converter, fast charging, and V2G.

  • Event: Automotive Testing Expo 2021
  • Location: Novi, Michigan
  • Dates: October 26 – October 28, 2021
  • Visit Booth: #13004

For more information on our EV Test Solutions, visit our webpage at https://nhresearch.com/power-electronics-industry-test-solutions/electric-vehicle-ev/

About NH Research

NH Research, Inc. (NHR) enables electrification by accelerating innovation, validation and functional test of today’s technologies. Backed by over 50 years of experience in power conversion and power supply test systems we provide world class test instruments and systems. Our solutions provide the performance, simplicity, and safety that engineers and researchers desire.