More precise and controlled braking is made possible by proportional electric brake controllers, which also lessen brake wear on the towing vehicle and the trailer. The driver can also modulate the caravan brakes, which are applied concurrently and in proportion to how quickly the vehicle is slowing down.
A motor that is directly driven by the EV battery propels the EV drive system forward. An electric vehicle’s motor shifts into reverse when it brakes. This generates an electromagnetic force that acts in opposition to the vehicle’s forward velocity, slowing it down. Electronic brakes are quick and affordable. Electric braking does not require regular maintenance like changing the brake shoes.
The Global EV Electronic brake controller 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.
New EV Braking System from ZF Enters Serial Production By receiving a new order for series production, ZF affirms its status as a technology and system supplier for electromobility. The most recent ZF brake control technologies will become standard in Volkswagen’s ID.3 and ID.4 vehicles as well as the VW Group’s modular e-drive system MEB platform, which is sold all over the world.
High standards for comfort and safety can be met with ZF’s innovative brake control. Also, it maximises the recovery of braking energy, extending the range and practicality of using electric vehicles on a daily basis.
The new ZF brake control system is being ordered by VW Group for several million vehicles, starting with the ID.3 and ID.4 models that were just released and continuing with future models based on the manufacturer’s MEB e-drive platform. The new brake system from ZF can be networked and incorporated into the vehicles’ electronic architecture even more easily with an improved software interface.
The ZF system may also accommodate driver aids like automatic emergency braking. Moreover, ZF’s innovation converts previously required mechanical parts (such the parking lock) into software functions, reducing weight and expense.
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