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Rethinking electric vehicle components

Rethinking electric vehicle components
Electric vehicle power electronics manufacturer REO UK has released an infographic explaining the three key areas for improvement in EV components. The infographic is available to download for free from the REO UK website and aims to help electrical and design engineers choose high quality electrical components to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their upcoming EV projects.
3rd November 2018

ECWFG Series Contributes to Automotive Applications

ECWFG Series Contributes to Automotive Applications
With the advent of the Electric Vehicle market, Panasonic has capitalized on its burgeoning Film dielectric technology, to create new products for on-board charging and powertrain electronics. The new AEC-Q200 qualified ECWFG series from Panasonic features an operating temperature range of -40°C to 110°C; a rated voltage of 630V.DC, and a nominal capacitance range of 1.0µF to 4.7µF. This enables it to cater to most of the high frequency and high current circuitry in this segment.
3rd November 2018

Isolated CAN FD transceivers deliver high bus fault protection

Isolated CAN FD transceivers deliver high bus fault protection
  Texas Instruments has introduced two new isolated Controller Area Network (CAN) flexible data rate (FD) transceivers that combine the highest bus fault protection, highest Common-Mode Transient Immunity (CMTI), and lowest electromagnetic emissions into a 35% smaller package.
1st November 2018


First all-electric bus route in Taipei

First all-electric bus route in Taipei
The city of Taipei, Taiwan, has opened its first all-electric bus route, with the fleet powered by electric drive trains delivered by Danfoss EDITRON, the electrification arm of the Danfoss group. Twelve buses serve the 31.5km long route across Taipei, linking four MRT stations, 11 schools and five major business districts. 
1st November 2018

EVs deployed at London airports

EVs deployed at London airports
UK Power Networks Services has introduced the first electric vehicles (EVs) and charge points into its fleet at Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted Airport depots, and EV charge points at its London City Airport depot.
19th October 2018

Taking charge of electric vehicles

Taking charge of electric vehicles
A plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) requires a power electronic system between the power grid and the high voltage battery pack located inside the vehicle. This electronic system is split into two parts: a charging station, which is also called Electric Vehicle Service Equipment (EVSE) or an off-board charger, and an onboard charger inside the vehicle.
17th October 2018

High voltage and isolation leakage measurements reference design

High voltage and isolation leakage measurements reference design
  The function of this reference design from Texas Instruments is to monitor the isolation resistance of a high voltage bus to the chassis ground.
15th October 2018

Does new EV technology mean new value for restaurants?

Does new EV technology mean new value for restaurants?
In the early 1900s as the automobile began to rapidly grow in popularity, it made sense that stores and restaurants invested in parking space for customers. A century later, retailers and restaurateurs are weighing up the benefits of investing in charging points for electric vehicle (EV) driving customers. Here, Robert Glass, global food and beverage communications manager for ABB, explains why developments in EV charging can add value to food businesses.
11th October 2018

Whitepaper released as part of CO2-reducing technology drive

Whitepaper released as part of CO2-reducing technology drive
A new whitepaper on hybrid development has been released by Castrol’s innovation business, Nexcel. ‘Challenges and Opportunities for the Development of Hybrid Electric Vehicles: a Unique Perspective from Nexcel’ outlines the future landscape for CO2-reducing technologies and systems integration and provides insights into how Nexcel technology can add value to future hybrid designs. 
9th October 2018

High-power connectors target EV vehicles

High-power connectors target EV vehicles
A portfolio of high-power connectors from Amphenol that are specifically designed for connecting up power cables used with electric vehicle (EV) drive systems is available at RS Components. Designed to be a safe and reliable solution for servicing electric vehicles, the MSD series of receptacles and plugs offers a tool-free solution for disconnecting an internal high-voltage battery pack and delivering short-circuit protection.
26th September 2018


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