Eight questions about monitoring and protection EVs
Collectively, we’re engaged in a worldwide effort to reimagine automotive and reduce emissions, whether it’s helping carmakers offload combustion engines or transition to fully electric fleets. Electrification has proven to be the most adaptable tool for reducing emissions, but as voltage increases within vehicles, so does the significance of monitoring and protection subsystems.
Through recent advancements in monitoring and protection subsystems, we can speed time to market while maximising drive time and keeping passengers safe in hybrid electric vehicles/electric vehicles (HEVs/EVs). In this article by Texas Instruments, are eight common questions about monitoring and protection in battery management systems and traction inverter systems.
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