How to win the new challenges
in the production
of electric vehicles
EV manufacturers are faced with a new kind of safety. Batteries and other electrical systems used on light electric vehicles are "high-voltage", so the need for contact protection becomes mandatory.
Only operators with specialized training and protective equipment can handle high-voltage devices. How to protect people from potential hazards? Marking dangerous parts in orange.
Most components mounted on cars must be identified and tracked, and for this purpose Direct Part Marking codes have been used, which are barcodes marked directly on the object to be recognized. However, the adoption of orange poses new challenges for both the marking phase and for the reading of codes on this type of background.
How can we manage these issues? Read the Solution Brief to find out.
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