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Any hybrid or electric vehicle has to have power electronic systems. With the exception of certain bicycles and micro hybrids, all of these vehicles need a high-voltage power network with a voltage exceeding 60 V in addition to the conventional 14 V network.
For safety purposes, the low-voltage net and vehicle chassis must be electrically separated from this high-voltage power net.
A traction drive inverter and electrical energy storage are required components of a high-voltage vehicle power network. However, there are a variety of very distinct vehicle ideas that incorporate additional high-voltage power electronic subsystems, such as inverters and DC/DC converters for powering a low-voltage net.
For instance, an electric air conditioning compressor, water or oil pumps, DC/DC converters for traction bus voltage stabilization, or AC/DC converters as uni- or bidirectional vehicle-to-grid connections.
The South Africa EV Power electronics 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.
High-power rectifiers and converters from ABB offer the greatest availability and productivity. With a focus on employee safety, ABB, a leading global provider of DC rectifiers or AC converters for every industrial application, has the knowledge and technological know-how to meet your exacting standards.
DC current in the range of 5,000 to 550,000 A is provided as a single unit or in multiple units by medium current (MCR) and high current rectifiers (HCR). They have created a new converter called SAS1000 for AC electric arc furnaces based on Hatch Ltd.’s SPLC technology to increase the efficiency of AC furnaces.
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