Batteries, traction motors, and power electronics are the emerging innovation hotspots in electric powertrains.
Improved vehicle range, safety, longevity, and, of course, sustainable transportation are the driving forces behind these components’ technical developments. Solid-state electronics used for power conversion and control are known as power electronics.
It consists of three essential components for electric vehicles: an onboard charger, an AC-DC rectifier to charge the battery, an inverter, a high-power DC to AC converter for the battery to power the traction motor, and a DC-DC converter for the high-voltage traction battery to power a low-voltage battery for hotel amenities.
The primary inverter, which runs at the maximum power and promotes traction, is the most important of all. Any increases in efficiency here increase driving distance without affecting battery capacity.
The Turkey 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.
For the quickly expanding electrified sector, Delphi Technologies Aftermarket has announced a global power electronics program.
With its worldwide power electronics program for electric cars, BorgWarner, a global pioneer and parent organization of Delphi Technologies is providing cutting-edge and environmentally friendly mobility solutions for the automotive industry, is introducing cutting-edge technology to the aftermarket.
BorgWarner’s strategic business investments in expanding its electrification capabilities globally benefit the company’s innovative product portfolio by giving aftermarket customers access to original equipment (OE) quality replacement parts like combined inverter and DC/DC converters, traction power inverter modules, and onboard chargers.
In addition to charging equipment, comprehensive expert-led training, cutting-edge technical support, and conventional replacement parts, the business’s creative full-service solution also offers these services to further aid aftermarket customer service and repair in this quickly developing electrified market.
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