T1914F-UK.PC

Market Launch – EQC 400 BEV Model Series N293

Milton Keynes
12
2 days
Fee: £490 (cancellation : £980)

Course Information:

  • Describe the design of the drivetrain
  • Describe the function of the control and display concept
  • Describe the basic functions of the drivetrain components
  • De-energize the EQC 400 BEV model series N293 using the diagnosis system
  • Describe the maintenance work scopes
  • Describe the special considerations when exchanging components
  • Describe the basic electric vehicle functions in the EQC 400 BEV model series N293
  • Describe the qualification concept
  • Describe system relationships in terms of range and charging time
  • Design and function of the drivetrain
  • Control and display concept
  • Maintenance and repair work and first diagnostic steps
  • Removing voltage from the vehicle
  • Demonstration of special-purpose vehicles
  • Special considerations when exchanging components
  • Location of components specific to electric vehicles
  • Primary functions of high-voltage components
  • Charging variants
  • Indicator lamps during charging
  • Background information: range, charging time
  • Networking
  • Qualification concept

Mandatory prerequisites

T0001F-UK.PC High-Voltage Qualification for Motor Vehicles

T0103E-UK High-Voltage Awareness and

T1961E-UK.PC EQC Market Launch

OR

S0605E-UK.PC Market Launch EQC 400 4MATIC

Additional Information

 All participants must have their own D5 user details. The user account must be functioning and include access to GTLS and WIS as a minimum requirement.

We do not have generic user ID's

Diagnosis Technician, System Technician, Service 24h Technician

Introduction
  • Describe the design of the drivetrain
  • Describe the function of the control and display concept
  • Describe the basic functions of the drivetrain components
  • De-energize the EQC 400 BEV model series N293 using the diagnosis system
  • Describe the maintenance work scopes
  • Describe the special considerations when exchanging components
  • Describe the basic electric vehicle functions in the EQC 400 BEV model series N293
  • Describe the qualification concept
  • Describe system relationships in terms of range and charging time
Contents
  • Design and function of the drivetrain
  • Control and display concept
  • Maintenance and repair work and first diagnostic steps
  • Removing voltage from the vehicle
  • Demonstration of special-purpose vehicles
  • Special considerations when exchanging components
  • Location of components specific to electric vehicles
  • Primary functions of high-voltage components
  • Charging variants
  • Indicator lamps during charging
  • Background information: range, charging time
  • Networking
  • Qualification concept
Requirements

Mandatory prerequisites

T0001F-UK.PC High-Voltage Qualification for Motor Vehicles

T0103E-UK High-Voltage Awareness and

T1961E-UK.PC EQC Market Launch

OR

S0605E-UK.PC Market Launch EQC 400 4MATIC

Additional Information

 All participants must have their own D5 user details. The user account must be functioning and include access to GTLS and WIS as a minimum requirement.

We do not have generic user ID's

Designed for

Diagnosis Technician, System Technician, Service 24h Technician