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Heater for EVs stores energy generated by braking

Heater for EVs stores energy generated by braking
The introduction of a high voltage recuperation heater, the REOHM BWD330, has brought significant efficiency improvements to the vehicle thermal management systems used in electric vehicles. The heater, introduced by REO, reduces energy consumption and offers increased cooling efficiency during emergency braking.
2nd July 2014

Braking resistors take centre stage at NMI event

Braking resistors take centre stage at NMI event
Tim Cooke, a electric braking expert from wound components manufacturer REO, is set to speak at the NMI Power Electronics event on July 2 in Nottingham. The event, entitled ‘Power Conversion for More Electric Transport’, will take place in the National College at the University of Nottingham and Tim’s presentation will be entitled ‘Braking Challenges in Electric Vehicles’.
18th June 2014

Bullet Train Buys Berlin's Best

The designers of China’s high speed, cross country bullet train have incorporated absorption circuit inductors (AMCs) and auxiliary transformers manufactured by power equipment manufacturer REO. The components have helped the train improve both safety and passenger comfort.
23rd October 2013


Brake Resistor Tested For Salt Water Spray

Brake Resistor Tested For Salt Water Spray
The Rail System Testing Laboratory at Hennigsdorf, Germany has validated REO UK’s BW155 range of braking resistors for corrosion resistance against salt mist and water spray as well as dust Ingress protection to IP65. The specific standards that the resistors were tested to are EN60068-2-52 for salt mist and EN60529 for Ingress Protection.
14th May 2013

REO's Head Start In Electric Vehicle Race

REO's Head Start In Electric Vehicle Race
REO Germany has recently partnered with the University of Freiberg in an attempt to encourage and promote eco-friendly vehicle technology by organising an electric vehicle race.
30th April 2013


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