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The HVIL (High Voltage Interlock Loop) function is a system designed to protect anyone likely to come into contact with the high-voltage components of an electric vehicle at any stage in its life cycle.

How it works: This function acts as a kind of circuit breaker that sends out an alert if a high-voltage connection becomes disconnected or damaged. The HVIL uses a continuous low-voltage loop that monitors all the vehicle’s high-voltage connectors and components. If the low-voltage HVIL signal is interrupted for any reason, it indicates that there is a problem with the high-voltage system.



✅ Ensure enhanced safety: for technicians and operators working on high-voltage systems during maintenance and repair tasks.

✅ Prevent the risk of fire: by quickly disconnecting the battery in the event of a fault or anomaly, the HVIL helps to prevent potential fire hazards, protecting both the equipment and its environment.

✅ Opt for compliance and peace of mind: With this feature built into our PDUs, customers can be assured that their high-voltage systems comply with safety standards and regulations, giving them greater confidence in their operations.


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