Landshut University receives donation for vehicle laboratory
The company Deutronic from Adlkofen donates two high-quality chargers to the vehicle laboratory of the Landshut University of Applied Sciences for their vehicle fleet. Tobias Wanzke, Head of Marketing and Sales at Deutronic and former student of the Landshut University of Applied Sciences, handed over the chargers to professors and employees of the university on Wednesday together with the managing directors Eduard Wanzke and Christian Wanzke.
In the vehicle laboratory, various practical courses and exercises are offered and tests are carried out on vehicles while they are stationary. The high power consumption of modern vehicles when the ignition is switched on causes batteries to discharge very quickly. The new battery charging technology from the company Deutronic ensures that the vehicle fleet remains ready to drive even after many tests.
At the vehicle laboratory’s roller test bench, vehicles are measured with regard to their driving performance and the consumption in all valid consumption cycles is determined and evaluated using the latest measuring technology. In addition, electric drives of battery-powered vehicles can also be examined and tuned here.
“I am really pleased about the generous donation from Deutronic. The new charging technology ensures that our vehicles always remain ready to drive and can also be supplied with sufficient power when stationary, which is a big plus for teaching,” says Prof. Dr. Christian Koletzko, Professor of Vehicle Technology/Chassis at Landshut University of Applied Sciences.
Deutronic is an owner-managed family business based in Adlkofen near Landshut, which specialises in the development and manufacture of power electronics and test systems. A qualified, worldwide service network takes care of maintenance, repair, replacement of products, delivery of spare parts and commissioning of systems.
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