MTS delivers energy density enhancements to motor and inverter expertise for Method E

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MTS Methods Company, a world provider of high-performance check programs and sensors, introduced additional energy density enhancements to its electrical motor and inverter expertise for motorsport.

Energy density is a key part of profitable racing. Leveraging expertise and expertise gained from growing vitality restoration programs for Method 1 racecars, MTS has developed its smallest, most light-weight and highly effective electrical motor system thus far to be used within the FIA Method E Championship Sequence.

In previous seasons, Method E drivers modified to a second fully-charged automotive mid-race as a result of battery vary limitations. For the upcoming season, drivers will use a single automotive for the complete race, requiring higher engineering innovation to stay aggressive. MTS says that its new extremely environment friendly, low-weight electrical motor and silicon carbide inverter will contribute to subsequent season’s success when drivers will want extra energy to win, and can acquire bonus factors for effectivity.

The FIA Method E Championship Sequence offers a catalyst for advancing electrical automobile expertise to the advantage of automotive producers and their prospects. Past its improvement of motors, inverters and award-winning options for recovering deceleration vitality from braking, MTS has a confirmed historical past of making extremely dynamic programs to reinforce racecar aerodynamics and suspension efficiency. Many of those programs are then used instantly or with modification within the design and manufacture of passenger vehicles, vans and buses.

MTS presently is a provider to Method 1, World Endurance Championship and Method E Groups for motors and controls, and is increasing the electrical motor and drive providing for automotive Tier 1 and OEM functions. The expertise lends itself to hybrid (e-turbo, e-booster, traction drive, and brake vitality recuperation) and pure electrical drive functions.

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