MPA’s D&V Electronics Wins Inverter Test System Order for Taiwan’s ARTC

MPA’s D&V Electronics Wins Inverter Test System Order

D&V will provide the test system for Taiwan’s Automotive Research & Testing Center to support the development of EVs.

Motorcar Parts of America Inc. (MPA) has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary D&V Electronics has received an order for an automated inverter test system from Taiwan’s Automotive Research & Testing Center(ARTC) to support the development of electric vehicles and related technologies. Terms of the contract were not disclosed. 

The traction inverter is a critical component in an electric vehicle’s powertrain system, designed to convert direct current from the battery to alternating power suitable for driving the electric motor. 

“This prestigious research and testing center is committed to innovation and safety, including the development of green transportation solutions, based on internationally recognized testing standards and certification, and we are proud to have been selected by ARTC after a rigorous evaluation process,” said Selwyn Joffe, chairman, president and CEO of Motorcar Parts of America Inc. 

“As the global electric vehicle market evolves, we anticipate increasing demand for our technology – particularly our ability to support the testing of electric motor inverters used in automotive and other transportation applications, and the testing of multiple driveline components at any stage of R&D in the manufacturing process. We appreciate ARTC’s confidence in our technology and look forward to future opportunities to work together,” added Bill Hardy, CEO of D&V Electronics. 

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