Low Voltage Control
Low Voltage Control
Low Voltage Control feature is responsible for monitoring the vehicle LV system and controlling the DCDC converter to provide LV power for vehicle systems and charging the LV battery. Provides multi-stage diagnostics for all LV components. Fine-tunes LV battery charge conditions. Flexible control system compatible with various DCDC suppliers.
Low Voltage Control
Supported by 7 Components in Software Library
DCDC Output Voltage Setpoint Manager;
Low Voltage Power System Controller; and 5 more...

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