An EV battery temperature sensor that monitors surface temperature is a ring terminal temperature sensor. For overcharging prevention and to maximize battery performance, it’s crucial to keep an eye on the temperature of hybrid batteries.
Because heat is produced everytime a battery is charged, which raises both the ambient temperature and the battery’s internal temperature, temperature sensors are also required on batteries. Temperature has an immediate and first-hand impact on a battery’s efficiency. The “optimal temperature,” which is typically 20°C, is where EV batteries are intended to operate.
The Global EV battery temperature sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
Two new sensors are introduced by Continental to safeguard the temperature sensor in EV batteries. The sensors, Current Sensor Module (CSM), and Battery Impact Detection (BID) system will concentrate on protecting the battery and/or on maintaining battery parameters. The architecture of these small modular sensors allows them to measure current and temperature concurrently. Both numbers are crucial inputs for battery management.
The Battery Impact Detection (BID) solution is a light-weight substitute for bulky underfloor “armouring” against damage, and it is another novel component of battery protection that Continental will introduce to the market.
Because an electric car has all the sensor requirements of a normal automobile, and more, it creates new use cases that expand the possibilities for the sensor operations.In electrified vehicles, for example, there are additional tasks such as battery protection and battery performance maintenance.
Both objectives are met by the Current Sensor Module and Battery Impact Detection systems. The business claims that by reducing aging effects, the CSM will also aid in maintaining the battery specifications.
The two key pieces of information for battery protection and accurate driving range monitoring will be provided by the CSM, which can be included either in the battery disconnect unit or in the battery itself. The CSM is a two-channel sensor that integrates shunt technology and hall technology into a small, single instrument to measure current independently in order to fulfill stringent functional safety standards.
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