Previously registered for this event? Please login here:

First Name*
Last Name*
Address 1*
Address 2
Work Phone*
Why are you viewing this broadcast today? Select One:*
A purchase need
To learn more about the solution that I’ve already purchased
To learn more about the solution but no purchase planned
What prompted you to sign up for this presentation on "Conquering the High Power Source-Sink Test Challenge"? (Check all that apply.)*
General interest in the capabilities of today's power solutions
I am testing a battery management system, battery, or regenerative/bi-directional power source
I need to source and sink power in my application
Would you be interested in contact with an Agilent Power Specialist or application expert?*
Subscribe to our free Electronic Design Update eNewsletter 
Late-breaking news, opinions from industry experts, and timely technology stories

You must have Javascript and Cookies enabled to access this webcast. Click here for Help.
Please enable Cookies in your browser before registering for the webcast.
*Denotes required.

I agree to the terms of use of this site including the privacy statement. Your contact information will be shared with event sponsors. By registering for the conference you agree to this disclosure.

Conquering the High Power Source-Sink Test Challenge

Why this Webcast is important:
When engineers test the battery management system (BMS), the battery, or other bidirectional or regenerative power components in their system or product, they need a solution that can both source power and sink power to satisfy the bidirectional power capabilities of their units under test. The different sourcing and sinking test needs for these various components are examined followed by exploring the advantages and disadvantages of three source-sink solutions for addressing their test needs; a non-overlapping source-sink solution, an overlapping source-sink solution, and an integrated source-sink solution.

During this webcast, going beyond sourcing and sinking for certain specialized test system capabilities will be reviewed. This will include measurements, protection features, and output controls that are more useful being integral with the source-sink capability, as opposed to being externally added on.

Who should view this webcast:
Engineers testing battery management (BMS) systems, batteries, or other bidirectional or regenerative power components in development, design validation, and manufacturing.

Our Presenter:

Ed Brorein

Ed Brorein
Application Specialist
Keysight Technologies

Ed received his BSEE from Villanova University in 1979 and an MSEE from the New Jersey Institute of Technology in 1987. Ed joined Keysight Technologies (at the time Hewlett Packard) in 1979 and worked as an R&D engineer, manufacturing engineer, and marketing engineer in many various roles, presently as an marketing applications engineer, helping customers using power products both in manufacturing and R&D.  All along Ed has been actively and deeply involved with the design, engineering, and application of DC power products for testing of electronic devices and product.

Agilent's Electronic Measurement Group is now Keysight Technologies