Why is Milliampere the new liter?

mA vs. kWh

Less is more! The less current flows, the more mileage for the battery

Where is it jamming on board?

Find out: You can measure all consumers in parallel via the fuse box - whether in the laboratory or on the road.


Simply saving money while driving is not our concern

We concentrate on measurements at consumers in the car that draw on your battery independently of driving. This applies to both the high-voltage and low-voltage electrical systems. You’ll find nothing here that cannot be made more efficient! High-voltage electrical systems can be found in all electric vehicles and low-voltage electrical systems can also be found in conventional cars with combustion engines. In this way, we can help to save fuel and further reduce CO2 emissions in this technology.

Have you heard the story of the on-board computer that never sleeps?

In modern cars with combustion engines, but also in e-cars, a large number of consumers are installed, all of which are controlled decentrally. Some of these can develop an independent life of their own in secret and even in a supposedly idle state, when cars are switched off, they can put a heavy strain on batteries unnoticed, whether due to nonsensical computer routines or errors on the part of the consumers.

We focus on the consumer, not on the consumption!

Our aim is to drive forward technical developments by enabling highly accurate measurements. The ability to better analyze electrical consumers makes the entire energy flow more efficient. The unit mA stands for the extremely high measurement resolution of our systems. And that is why we say:

mA is the new liter!

mA is the new liter!