In response to the latest changes in global environmental conditions, consumer sentiment, and government regulation demand for hybrid electric vehicles (HEV) and electric vehicles (EV) has increased. HEV/EV brings new challenges to the automotive space centered around a powertrain responsible for sourcing energy from the grid, storing it, and then eventually converting it to vehicle motion. The system responsible for driving this process can be divided into four key end equipments: Onboard Charging (OBC), Battery Management System (BMS), DC-to-DC Converter (DC/DC), and Inverter & Motor Control (IMC).
Follow these links for FAQs specific to each key end equipment:
Onboard Charging + DC-to-DC Converter