Electronic Technology

The number of hybrid, fuel cell and battery-based electric vehicles is increasing rapidly, and with it the requirement for a wide range of electronic power converters and controllers. These devices are utilized to charge and protect  batteries, drive and control electric motors, manage differentiated sources of energy,  or supply auxiliary on-board units.

These devices can be broadly grouped in these categories:

    • Battery Management Systems for protecting and controlling the battery cells.
      • Active BMS,
      • Passive BMS,
      • Active Resettable Fuses,
      • Electronic Contactors.
    • Power electronics systems for wired and in-motion wireless charging of electric vehicles with unidirectional/bidirectional power flow.
      • Wall Boxes,
      • Charging Stations,
      • Swapping Stations,
      • Wireless Chargers and Pads.
    • Power electronics systems for on-board energy management between energy sources, such as batteries/fuel cells/solar panels and other power sources such as ultra-capacitors.
      • Power Control Boards,
      • Power Arbitration Boards,
      • Voltage & Current Regulators.
    • Power electronics systems for the traction motors ensuring the required bus voltage levels during propulsion, regenerative braking and in-motion charging.
      • Motor Controllers,
      • Motor Drivers,
      • Inverters.
    • Power electronics converters¬† such as, dc-dc or dc-ac converters for the supply and control of traction motors and auxiliaries.
      • Buck/Boost Regulators,
      • Resonant Converters,
      • Switching Converters.
    • Power electronics systems to address the power quality demand of the electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

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