BorgWarner’s newest Excessive Voltage Hairpin (HVH) electrical motor, the HVH 320, is designed to energy quite a lot of industrial EVs. Manufacturing of the HVH 320, which is supplied with 800-volt capabilities and is out there in 4 variants, is predicted to kick off in 2024. Its multifaceted platform will ship over 400 kW of energy at 97% peak effectivity, and can assist BorgWarner’s OEM clients’ demand for a standard electrical drivetrain.
BorgWarner President Stefan Demmerle mentioned, “Utilizing our 800-volt rated machine, clients can considerably cut back charging time and obtain the next energy density, enabling a fair brighter future for electrical vehicles.”
The corporate designed 4 variants of its modular HVH 320 motor platform to fulfill buyer necessities. The motor produces as much as 1,270 Nm of torque and helps a car’s shifting sequence and regenerative braking.
The HVH 320 motor is the most recent addition to BorgWarner’s portfolio of HVH collection motors, that are provided for each light-duty passenger vehicles and heavy-duty industrial autos. These motors function patented stator winding expertise, and can be found as fully-housed motors or as rotor/stator assemblies. The motors can be utilized in quite a lot of architectural positions all through a car.
BorgWarner additionally presents inverters that may obtain the identical 800-volt degree.