To take advantage of synergies, the electric drive module combines power electronics and a next-generation independent motor-generator into a single system.
The connection between the new power electronics and the electric motor has undergone rigorous engineering. In (plug-in) hybrid and electric cars, the module functions as the electric drivetrain.
The Drive module is divided into three parts. The middle portion, which is tightly ringed by sturdy metal profiles, houses the battery. The two crash-active structures at the front and back ends will act as the crumple zone in the event of a front- or rear-end accident.
The Drive module also houses many suspension parts and pieces of the electric drive unit.
The electric drive system is far more compact overall than a comparable combustion engine since the electric motor, gear assembly, power electronics, and axles are all skilfully integrated into a small space.
The Japan EV Drive Module Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
As part of the Automotive World in Tokyo, BorgWarner will present its most recent range of cutting-edge technology for very efficient electric cars.
Including electric motors, battery and transmission technologies, power electronics, eTurbo technology, and thermal management systems, the company’s whole line of e-mobility products will be on show.
The automobile industry is undergoing fast development, particularly in the electrification sector. In order to assist the development of mobility, BorgWarner is actively developing next-generation electrification solutions with our customers.
The company’s integrated drive module (iDM) combines an electric motor and transmission technology with specifically developed power electronics to provide a fully integrated systems solution.
By positioning the electric motor where there is room in the existing architectures, either on- or off-axis, the on- and off-axis P2 hybrid modules give automakers the flexibility to convert their existing combustion-powered vehicles to hybrid applications without having to change the motor or transmission.
The motor of the P2 drive module is made using BorgWarner’s renowned S-wind wire-forming technique, which results in high power and torque densities in a very small design.
By providing both stop/start and regenerative braking for hybrid vehicles as well as pure electric driving, BorgWarner’s 48V solution supports fast-to-market hybridization.
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