In its basic configuration, EDS-D is composed by a permanent magnet motor, inverter and gearbox with differential
The optional components that can be added to the system are
the DCDC converter and the telematics box.
In their basic configuration, EDS-X are composed by a permanent magnet motor and inverter
The optional components that can be added to the systems are
gearbox, DCDC converter and telematics box.
To make the EDS-D family more flexible and to give the customer the option to adapt the e-powertrain to specific applications, a powertrain control unit can be added to the traditional configuration.
Th e-powertrains can be supplied as a complete system (all-in one) or as separate component.
EDS-X (with gearbox)
Easier installation Reduced time-to-market Reduced EV knowledge and vehicle modifications 85% less weight and 82% less volume compared to traditional combustion engines Power density: - Size 70kW from 1,55 kW/kg - Size 90kW from 1,7 kW/kg - Size 120kW from 2,26 kW/kg
EDS-D: DCDC converter, powertrain control unit, telematics box EDS-X: gearmotor, DCDC converter, powertrain control unit, telematics box
Hardware controller features: up to 70kW Rated input voltage (V): 336 Vdc Peak Current (Arms): 250@336VDC Rated Current (Arms):130@336VDC
up to 120kW Rated Input Voltage (V): 360 Vdc Peak Current (Arms): 460@360VDC Rated Current (Arms): 200@360VDC
Inverter used as Slave: VCU collects information about the status of the different devices onboard (brake, throttle, gearshift, safety devices, batteries..), handles data, faults and alerts, and sends messages to the Inverter that manages the powertrain system, according to the inputs received and based on its internal management logics. The inverter provides also feedbacks to the VCU (motor speed, motor torque, motor current, temperature, inverter status, DCDC).
Inverter used as Master with Basic Control Strategy: The inverter collects information about the status of the different devices onboard, except batteries, charging devices and other specific vehicle functions, such as air conditioning, safety devices etc. It handles data, faults and alerts and sends messages to the dashboard.
The inverter processes the data that the telematics box allows to store in the Cloud