Powertrain subsystems and Parts
Energy Storage Subsystems (ESS)
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Battery subsystem or parts . Typically a complete ESS includes cells/cell modules, BMS (Battery Management System), Cooling and Enclosure(s) – contact us for pricing and lead-time. 1 - OEM Secondary Market ESS Modules - pouch cell based VOLT, Nissan Leaf, Kia Soul EV, and 18650 cell based Tesla Battery modules – for Tesla modules, two types [...]
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Battery subsystem or parts . Typically a complete ESS includes cells/cell modules, BMS (Battery Management System), Cooling and Enclosure(s) – contact us for pricing and lead-time.

1 - OEM Secondary Market ESS Modules - pouch cell based VOLT, Nissan Leaf, Kia Soul EV, and 18650 cell based Tesla Battery modules – for Tesla modules, two types standard and “HP” from P90D and P100D vehicles – all lightly used secondary market units from vehicles with less than ~20,000 miles – contact us for specific parts, pricing and lead-time

 

2 - Custom ESS modules to fit any shape and size locations on a vehicle chassis (notice the of shapes in this example from past consulting for EVDrive: custom ESS EVDrive designed and developed for Genovation GXE e-Vette prototype , CAD Overview of this Custom EVDrive ESS) – contact us for specific parts, pricing and lead-time

 

3 - BMS sub-systems with software two support SOC (state of charge) monitoring, Charging, Current and Temperature Limiting s/w for inverter-controllers with pre-configured levels programmed to handle many different powertrain operational scenarios – contact us for specific parts, pricing and lead-time

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