Viewpoint - Zeke Pietsch
February 17, 2022

VIEWPOINT 2022: Zeke Pietsch, Customer Success Manager, Elektro-Automatik

VIEWPOINT 2022: Zeke Pietsch, Customer Success Manager, Elektro-Automatik
Zeke Pietsch, Customer Success Manager, Elektro-Automatik
With the accelerated efforts to design and manufacture new and more advanced electric vehicles (EVs) with higher efficiency and greater distance between charges, the EV industry requires more efficient, higher power, and higher voltage semiconductors.

We expect this trend to continue in 2022, as semiconductor companies design and manufacture new, more efficient and higher power transistors for such circuits as motor drives, DC-DC converters, and chargers.

Semiconductor companies making products for EVs need instrumentation to source and sink very high voltages and currents. They must test silicon carbide, power transistors and other components in R&D labs and in production.

Operating voltages for these components can be as high as 1200 volts. Elektro-Automatik serves this growing segment of the semiconductor industry with its high voltage, bidirectional regenerative power supplies and regenerative electronic loads. The high-power EV market segment will continue to be one of our biggest opportunities.

Elektro-Automatik offers compact DC power supplies that can be sources or loads to test the full range of new high-power components and circuits. These supplies include built-in waveform generators to enable performance of a wide range of tests. As loads, they minimize power consumption and maximize efficiency by returning power to the grid.

Zeke Pietsch, Customer Success Manager
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