High voltage applications play a crucial role in the functioning and performance of electric vehicles (EVs). EVs rely on high-voltage systems to power various components, improve efficiency, and maximize driving range. Some of the key areas where high voltage is utilized in an electric vehicle are: battery system, electric motor, power electronics, charging infrastructure, regenerative braking and auxiliary systems.
The PDU ensures that the motor receives the appropriate voltage and controls the power flow to meet the vehicle's demands.
Inductive charging represents an exciting advancement in the field of electric vehicles. Its convenience, safety, and potential for standardization make it a promising charging solution for the future.
The connection between the battery and the PDU in an electric vehicle is a critical interface that enables efficient power distribution and management. It ensures the seamless flow of electrical energy from the battery to the various subsystems.
Cell module connectors establish electrical pathways between the battery cells. These connectors facilitate the flow of current within the battery pack, allowing the cells to discharge and recharge effectively.