Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Technology Training System
(AT - 094)

1.Electric vehicle station 2.Electric vehicle 3.HV battery 4.DC/DC converter 5.Inverter 6.12V battery 7.Interlocks 8.Mechanical components of the system 9.Mechanical representation of the system 10.Main operation panel 11.Modes’ indication LEDs

  • Electric mode operation (Park-Neutral-Drive-Acceleration-Deacceleration)
  • Battery sustaining mode operation (Park-Neutral-Drive-Acceleration-Deacceleration)
  • Series mode operation (Park-Neutral-Drive-Acceleration-Deacceleration)
  • Parallel mode operation (Park-Neutral-Drive-Acceleration-Deacceleration)
  • Series-parallel mode operation (Park-Neutral-Drive-Acceleration-Deacceleration)
  • Earth leakage fault
  • Power outage fault
  • DC/DC converter fault
  • HV isolation traction motor/generator fault
  • HV isolation starter/generator fault
  • HV isolation electric AC compressor fault
  • Cooling fan fault
  • Coolant pump fault
  • HV battery: 12 V
  • Cooling fan operation: when HV battery temperature is 40 ~60ºC
  • Coolant pump operation: when inverter temperature is 30~46ºC
  • Coolant Pump operation: when engine temperature is 70~85ºC
  • Interlock microprocessor  voltage reading= about 8.6 V
  • Hybrid and electric vehicles technology training system (AT - 094)
  • Hard copy user manual

The hybrid and Electric Vehicles Technology training system offers a hand on training on real world components of hybrid and electrical cars in a safety environment and conditions. The training system exposes students to 5 different modes of drive concepts as well as introducing them to different faults that may occur through the system.

                                     
  • The training system introduces trainees to five different modes of drive concepts.
  • The training system is supplied with charging station. The charging station is supplied with pushbutton as part of the charging socket for locking or releasing the connector plug inside the socket, as well as contactor for disconnection of the charge terminal from the power grid.
  • The trainer provides a safe work environment and allows students and trainees to fully focus on the task at hand.
  • Trainees will get exposed to a wide range of theoretical topics such as: hybrid driving, boosting, HV battery, pure electric driving, generator operation and much more.
  • Trainees will be able to perform various measurements such as resistance, insulation, and voltage using multimeter.
  • Within this trainer, trainees will get familiar with different safety measures and regulations concerning the operation and dealing with such a training system.
  • Main Trainer
    • High-speed CAN as communication bus integrated into the HV system control.
    • Communication between HV charging system, HV battery and inverter.
    • 12V battery integrated into the disconnection and isolation process
    • Complete preload sequence for booting up HV system
    • Active discharge - function for rapid shut-down of the HV system
    • Four floating voltage inputs for voltages up to 500 V AC/DC
    • Voltmeter
    • Ammeter
    • The system offers five modes which are,
    • Emergency shut-off switch
    • High voltage battery, 170 V DC
    • Bidirectional DC-DC buck-boost converter
    • Battery state of charge indicators for low voltage & high voltage batteries.
    • Temperature detectors for, high voltage batteries, and DC-DC converters.
    • Ignition switch
      • 3 positions (Start, Accessories, ON)