Christian LämmleinChristian Lämmlein has been working in the field of electromagnetic compatibility for over 15 years. He has been employed by Mooser since 2005. Starting as EMC test engineer at the Jakob Mooser GmbH nearby Munich. He was able to gain numerous experiences in the field of EMC measurement technology. For more than 10 years, he has been the contact person in the field of type approval and the Federal Motor Transport Authority. He has extensive EMC experience in the fields of automotive electronics, vehicles, special vehicles, defense technology and industrial electronics. Since 2019, Christian Lämmlein has been deputy laboratory manager of Mooser EMC Technik. Mooser EMC Technik in Ludwigsburg is the leading EMC laboratory in terms of High voltage components, traction batteries and EMC testing on electrical drive technology.
EMC tests on electric drive systems; technical and economic aspects
Electric drives in automotive technology currently require an operating voltage of up to 1000V. Higher EMC disturbances are to be expected, compared to 12V of conventional automotive electrics and electronics. Interferences on the motor shaft and coupling between the high and low voltage range are important new phenomena. Disturbances couple into the driveshafts and receiving antennas. Due to the high complexity of the motor, inverter and gearbox, the testing effort increases. Mooser's eCHAMBER is able to test these components together and reduce the costs for test bench times, personnel and measurement tasks by 95%.