Developer and producer of a wide range of electromechanical and electronic products for OEMs, MTA, showcased a selection of its electromechanical units during the recent IZB show in Wolfsburg, including the one developed for Dacia Duster, which renews the long partnership between the company and Renault, active for more than 15 years.
The unit developed for Dacia Duster allows power distribution and the protection of services and it enables a better rationalisation of loads and consequently a better layout in the engine compartment.
The unit, called BFT HJD (from the project's codename), is the first to be mass produced with clinched fuses of the MegaCompact (an MTA exclusive). These fuses allow the use of thinner wires for space and weight saving, in line with the needs of OEMs to meet increasingly stringent regulations related to CO2 reduction.
BFT is mounted directly on the battery and is equipped with a horizontal battery terminal, also produced by MTA. Its cover is made with a Jump Start plug to allow easy access, in case the battery needs recharging.
The unit developed for Renault is part of a wide range of electromechanical units that MTA offers to major OEMs for applications ranging from cars to motorcycles and to heavy duty vehicles, on and off highway.