Electrical safety solutions for electric vehicles

Car and Racing

Electrical safety for electric vehicles

Car and Racing

There is currently a trend towards energy green saving vehicles with electric or hybrid power. The number of initial approvals is massively on the rise. But the new technology also conceals new risks in the event of an accident or an electric/electronic malfunction. Bender ground-fault monitoring devices monitor the complete electrical drive system of electric and hybrid vehicles in the car, offering effective protection against electric shock. They also reduce the risk of fire.

Market segment brochure eMobility
Technical paper The Insulation is what counts

Recommended systems for ground-fault detection (ungrounded systems):

Recommended systems for ground-fault location:

ISO 6469-3
Electrically propelled road vehicles - Safety specifications - Part 3: Protection of persons against electric shock

Utility vehicles

Electrical safety for vehicles, buses and forklift trucks

Utility vehicles

Electric and hybrid power is increasingly being used in utility vehicles (vehicles, buses, forklift trucks) because it is more economical and efficient than conventional gasoline or diesel engines. Bender ground-fault monitoring devices monitor the complete electrical drive system of electric and hybrid vehicles in the utility vehicle, offering effective protection against electric shock and minimizing the fire risk.

Market segment brochure eMobility

Recommended systems for ground-fault detection (ungrounded systems):

Recommended systems for ground-fault location:

ISO 6469-3
Electrically propelled road vehicles - Safety specifications - Part 3: Protection of persons against electric shock

Special solutions

Safety for special vehicles

Special solutions

Special vehicles (military, construction vehicles, cranes, etc.) require special solutions for the monitoring of electrical safety. If necessary, Bender can develop solutions adapted to the specific application.

Market segment brochure eMobility
Technical paper The Insulation is what counts