Cleverscope was at PCIM 2022

In May this year, Cleverscope took part in the PCIM Europe 2022 power electronics exhibition and conference held in Nuremberg, Germany. PCIM is an annual international event that promotes new developments and innovative products in the power electronics industry, presenting the full gamut from components through to intelligent systems. We have attended the PCIM exhibition before, and we see it as an excellent platform to showcase what we’re doing.

The focus of our stand this year was our new CS548 Isolated Channel Oscilloscope. We configured it as an 8 channel scope measuring a full bridge PWM switch. To demonstrate measurement at a distance, we used our new CS1200 fibre linked remote pod to make high side gate measurements. We showed how our CS1133 Vsat probes are used to measure conduction losses in the bridge.

We also gave a well-attended talk at the PCIM industry forum, where we discussed in more detail how to use the CS548 to make measurements on the high side.

Our stand and the CS548 attracted wide attention. Those formally registering interest included Wolfspeed, Infineon, Danfoss, Bosch, ST, Tigris, Toshiba, Semikron, Skoda, Volkswagen, Mercedes, Siemens,  Jaguar, Stihl, Cree, several universities, and many others.


 With over 380 exhibitors and 11,000 visitors, PCIM 2022 was a great opportunity to profile our products, learn about the latest research, and network with others in the industry. It was also really good to catch up again with fellow exhibitors from previous years.

Following PCIM, we visited Keysight near Stuttgart for a very productive morning, as well as spending time with two universities in Munich where very interesting power electronics research is being done.

All in all, it was an extremely worthwhile trip. The brilliant weather, with highs of 27oC, was an added bonus!

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