Car electrification kit

Car electrification kit

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The key components of an electric car are: a charging unit, an accumulator, an electric engine, a control system and a reducer. So those who want to transform their car into an electric car will need to replace all the mechanical components that up to that moment made it possible for the thermal engine to function.

Via the tank, via the exhaust pipe, the heat engine, the filters, the oil pan ... these parts must be replaced with aelectrification kit.

Aelectrification kitbasically it is a set of components that, in the right hands, can transform any car into an electric vehicle ready for use. There is no lack of who, thanks to aelectrification kit, he managed to transform his vintage 500 into a respectable Fiat Elettrica. For example, the Eurozev association has managed toelectrifya 500 resulting in a finished vehicle with a small 13 kW electric motor and a total mass of about 400 kg.


In this specific case theelectrification kitemployee consisted of:

  • Landi DC electric motor, 13kW, 96 Volts separate excitation.
  • Lithium-polymer batteries: 96 Volts 100 Ah, for a total of about 9.6 kWh of energy
  • Phoenix 600 Ampere controller with release energy recovery capability (up to 3kW)
  • DC / DC Landi transformer (necessary to power the system at 12 volts, lights, arrows, stops and wipers)
  • Charger Zivan due 20 Ah

Let's see that aelectrification kitit is generally composed of:

  • Electric thruster
  • Controller
  • Electric accumulator
  • Battery management systems
  • Adapter

The so-called "controller" is a unit that manages the battery by delivering power based on the rider's request (acceleration) and by adjusting the battery charge and discharge phases. The controller is given by the inverter which, as many will already know, converts the direct current of the batteries into current ready for use for the engine (alternating): electric motors usually operate on alternating current. Alongside the inverter there is a reducer. The gearbox transfers the power generated by the engine to the wheels. It is similar to a gearbox but in this case, the gear ratio is fixed.


Video: EN Bosch Powertrain Electrification (August 2022).