High performance magnetic components for electric vehicle charging infrastructure

This webinar will show how advanced magnetic components help to realize product safety, reliability and high performance for the evolving electric vehicle charging infrastructure. The focus will be on all relevant EV charging modes covering AC charging via IC-CPD or wall box (Modes 2 & 3), as well as DC fast charging (Mode 4) and Inductive charging. The technical requirements of each charging mode will be shown and briefly described. Various magnetic solutions will then be presented in their specific use cases: operating current sensors, differential current sensors, current transformers, common mode chokes as well as power and signal transformers.

Register now and learn how VAC’s rich portfolio of high performance magnetic components helps you to meet the various R&D challenges that different charging modes bring along.


  • September 26th, 2017
  • 15:00 CEST/ Berlin time ; 8:00 am CDT/ Chicago time.


  • Frank Schnelle, Product Manager Energy Conversion & Automation.




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