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Real-time capable test systems allow to accelerate the development and testing of power electronics controls.

This webinar focuses on hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing for power electronics applications, such as testing embedded controllers and power converters (leveraging Power-HIL).

With multi-core CPUs, Simulink-programmable FPGAs, communication protocol support, and a wide range of input/output interfaces, Speedgoat real-time systems provide a turnkey solution. For example, you can deploy Simulink-based control algorithms or power electronics models to run in the MHz range. You also can interface with electrical hardware or microcontrollers and provide power interfaces from a few watts to megawatts.

Topics that we cover include:

  • Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) testing workflow using Simulink and Speedgoat test systems
  • Running real-time simulations of power electronics on CPUs or FPGAs 
  • HIL testing demonstration of an embedded controller of a grid inverter
  • Power-HIL testing of power converters
  • Workflows for automated testing

The Author

Manuel Fedou

Manuel Fedou
Application Engineer Electrification

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