Will a Tesla and a GM Bolt EV both work on that charger?
About two years ago Keysight Technologies bought the German company Scienlab electronic systems GmbH which makes an EV battery and charging simulator. The setup was on display at the Keysight booth. It is used both to ensure charging stations can handle various makes and models of EVs and to make sure a given EV will indeed be able to get charged up when it pulls into a charging station. To that end it can simulate electrical loads as posed by different EV brands and can source juice as provided by charge station manufacturers. www.scienlab.com
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