Alternative Drive Systems and High-voltage Systems

/Alternative Drive Systems and High-voltage Systems
Technical Training Lab Details

Modern hybrid and purely electrical drive systems in vehicles create completely new challenges for training and advanced training in automotive professions. The procedure for testing/inspecting and repairing these vehicles is clearly defined in DGUV 200-005 (BGI 8686). There are also local regulations that apply when conducting this kind of work. Work must only be conducted on vehicles with HV systems when these systems are de-energised. Special training is required in order to ensure that the systems are de-energised. The specialised training room for alternative drive systems and high-voltage systems is equipped to meet these specific requirements and allows learners to develop the skills required to work on these kinds of vehicles.

Our Modules
  • Requirements analysis
  • Planning and consultation
  • Conceptual design
  • Implementation
  • Train-the-trainer
  • Learning Outcome Test
The Christiani Technical Training Lab for Alt. Drive Systems and High-voltage Systems offers you the following
  • Theory and practice from a single source
  • Motivation to learn and sustainable learning success
  • Didactic diversity and practically oriented training media
  • Strong partnerships with industry
  • Professional consulting – from the planning stage, all the way up to implementation
Example Configuration for 16 Workplaces
  • “Operational safety for HV systems” training stand
  • Electric drive systems and HV systems in vehicles training stand/functional model
  • Plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles
  • Requirements for an HV workstation
  • HV safety equipment, e.g. HV tools and personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Measuring and diagnostic equipment for HV vehicle
  • Automotive mechatronics engineer for passenger cars
  • Automotive mechatronics engineer for passenger cars, specialising in systems and high-voltage systems
  • Safety training and instruction on high-voltage systems in vehicles
  • Intrinsically safe HV vehicles
  • Electric current hazards
  • De-energising the vehicle, securing it so that it cannot be switched back on, and demonstrating that the systems are completely de-energised
  • Identifying drive systems and HV components
  • Measuring the insulation resistance and potential equalisation
  • Identifying the characteristics of vehicles that are not intrinsically safe and determining components
  • Diagnosing HV vehicle systems and HV assemblies

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