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LEM exhibit traction products at Innotrans 2014

LEM exhibit traction products at Innotrans 2014
At Innotrans 2014, 23rd to 26th September in Berlin, LEM will exhibit its latest range of traction products. Used by the rail industry for on-board energy measurement, propulsion and auxiliary inverter control, track asset monitoring and improving maintenance infrastructures, LEM will display traction solutions including the EM4TII Energy Meter.
13th August 2014

Making Sense Of Current Sensing

New technology provides high accuracy current measurement solutions for automotive applications. Ramon Portas, European Automotive Sales Manager at LEM, & Gauthier Plagne, Automotive Program Manager at LEM, explore automotive current measurement solutions in this article from ES Design magazine.
30th May 2013

Michel Ghilardi and Stéphane Rollier of LEM explore Class R Transducer for Trains

Michel Ghilardi and Stéphane Rollier of LEM explore Class R Transducer for Trains
Transducers that are capable of measuring thousands of Amps with Class accuracy R help keep the trains running across country borders. By Michel Ghilardi, R&D Project Manager for LEM, and Stéphane Rollier, Product & MarCom manager at LEM.
8th November 2012


LEM introduces the DVL series of compact, power saving voltage transducers for the traction market

LEM introduces the DVL series of compact, power saving voltage transducers for the traction market
LEM introduces the DVL series for insulated nominal voltage measurements in traction applications. This family of devices spans the range from 50-2000 VRMS and incorporates LEM’s proven and patented insulating technology. Despite achieving very high levels of isolation with a safety insulation voltage of 8.5 kV, the DVL transducer is compact, measuring only 137.8 x 63 x 64.3 mm. It is fully compatible with previous generations of transducers in terms of both functions, performance and footprint and offers new high levels of accuracy and temperature stability.
24th September 2012

LEM brings high-accuracy current measurement to electric vehicle battery packs

LEM brings high-accuracy current measurement to electric vehicle battery packs
Transducer specialist LEM announces the CAB high-accuracy current transducer that enables makers of battery packs for Electric Vehicles (EVs) and Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs) to achieve a new level of precision when measuring current flow into and out of the battery. Car makers need this data to maximise the range of the vehicle, to keep the battery in good condition, and to enable use of the optimum size of battery pack.**
31st July 2012


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