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Virtual Product Showcase: Amphenol Advanced Sensors' Designing xEV and ESS Thermal Management and Heat Pump Sensors

Brian Engle  (Business Development Manager, Amphenol)

Location: USA

Date: Wednesday, November 11

Time: 4:00 pm - 4:15 pm

Pass Type: Virtual Conference Pass (Paid), Virtual Conference Pass + EU (Paid), Virtual EU Conference Pass (Paid), Virtual Expo Pass (Free)

Format: Virtual Product Showcase (Free)

Vault Recording: TBD

For xEV and ESS applications, thermal management of the battery pack is critical to safety and durability to the system. Maintaining battery systems in the optimium temperature range requires accurate sensing of temperatures throughout the pack and heat exchanger loop.

To optimize the tradeoff between power consumption of the active thermal management system and heat exchanger performance, accurate measurement temperatures and pressure in the heat exchange system is required. Implementing sensors in a frugal but effective configuration can be challenging.

Amphenol has over 70 years of experience designing sensors for thermal management systems and will present approach to optimize sensor performance of xEV and ESS heat exchange applications.