The ease of automation

AVL PUMA 2™ E-Motor

Best-in-class automation system for e-motor testing

There is a great deal of competition in the electrification market. In order to play a major role in the industry, OEMs need to perfectly optimize range and driveability of all powertrain elements. Therefore, your electric motor testbeds will need powerful tools and functionalities.

AVL PUMA 2™ E-Motor is a state-of-the-art automation system for e-motor testing. It offers an outstanding user experience, easy customization and unique features like high-precision speed control, rotor position control and AVL ISAC 6™ vehicle simulation. It also helps you increase efficiency by giving you the option of preparing all testing tasks in the office. And you can easily share parameters and data across different testbed types and configurations.

Furthermore, it enables advanced e-motor calibration thanks to the integration of our powerful and unique tools, AVL CAMEO™ and AVL X-ion™. More than 60 % of all e-drive systems in use worldwide are provided by us at AVL. This large installed base and global competence explains why PUMA is the first choice when it comes down to e-motor testing.

To further extend the application of our automation system, we have also created AVL PUMA 2™ E-Motor Back-to-Back for durability testing. It is a very cost-efficient and reliable solution for the connection of two e-motors which removes the need for a dyno. It is, therefore, a slim package and offers a reduced need for hardware and software.

Key Benefits

  • Cutting-edge usability for new and experienced users with a tailored user interface
  • Easy integration in the existing customer environment
  • Unique functionalities that accelerate the e-motor development process
  • New torque correction controller, powered by AVL EMCON 6™, for the Unit-Under-Test (UUT) to guarantee the expected torque at any time
  • Unique position control to allow quick and precise calibration of blocked rotor conditions
  • The option to operate the testbed with two e-motors in a back-to-back configuration