NHR to Showcase Advanced Testing Solutions alongside CalTest Instruments GmbH at The Battery Show Europe 2019 in Stuttgart, Germany
NH Research Inc., a leading provider of power testing instruments and systems for the automotive, industrial, energy storage, and critical-power markets, will be showcasing industry leading test solutions at The Battery Show: Europe 2019. The advanced testing solutions being demonstrated include Battery Cyclers, Battery Emulation Systems, Grid-Simulators, and AC Loads. Customers look to NHR for superior performance, ease of use, faster slew rates to match today’s technology, reduced testing time, improved safety, and energy savings.
Visit us at stand 1073 with our partners Caltest Instruments GmbH to learn about NHR’s flexible and expandable test solutions for advanced battery technologies, electric and hybrid vehicles, and critical power technologies. Application engineers will be on-hand to demonstrate NHR’s flexible 9200 & 9300 series battery module and pack test systems, 9410 regenerative grid simulator, and 9430 4-Quadrant AC loads.
Fully integrated test platforms are implemented with NHR’s Enerchron® Test Management Software. This powerful, yet intuitive software tool synchronizes any combination of testing devices including NHR’s instruments; communications (CAN/MODBUS); other commonly required equipment (DAQ); relay controllers; chambers/chillers; and more. Stop by for a software demonstration.
Location: Messe Stuttgart, Halle 1, Stuttgart, Germany
Dates: 7-9 May, 2019
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About NH Research, Inc. (NHR)
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.