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Electric cars have been around for a long time now, but the idea of driving has never really been with the public until recently. The difference between an electric car engine and a hybrid is that electric cars are driven exclusively by electricity. Unlike a hybrid that uses a battery and a motor to improve the efficiency of its petrol engine.
The batteries have improved over the years. Storage and cost of producing batteries that are needed to drive electric cars has always changed dramatically. They are now more efficient, cheaper and perform much longer than the outdated batteries yesterday.
As you may be aware, the engine is the heart of any vehicle. It is often the engine that defines and sometimes limits its performance. Electric cars can either use an AC or DC motor. The majority of DC motors used in electric cars come from the electric forklift industry and can run from 96 to 192 volts.
If the electric vehicle is powered by an AC motor, the probability is that it runs 3-phase AC motor at 240 volts high. It can also have its own 300 volt battery pack. DC motors are undoubtedly simpler and cheaper compared to the motor-driven motor-driven motor-driven motors. A typical DC motor will be in the 20,000 watts - 30,000 watts range, while a typical controller will be in the range of 40,000 watts to 60,000 watts (e.g., a 96V controller will deliver a maximum of 400 or 600 amps ). The great thing about DC motors is that you can exaggerate them.
Now let's compare it to the AC electric motor. An AC motor or AC controllers may need a matching engine, and most of the AC motors marketed for electronic vehicles may come with a controller. The controls that come with it can often include a built-in charger and DC-DC converter.
The power inverter is the main part of the electric system in the AC EV car and its role is simple. It should easily convert the battery energy into the form considered useful for the AC motor and delivering the right amount of this energy per driver's demand.
AC installations allow you to use almost any kind of industrial three-phase AC motor. This is an advantage for you, as it can mean that it is so much easier to find a motor with a certain size, power rating and shape. Another advantage of AC motors in electric cars is that most have a rain function built into them. What this means is that when you break the breaks or when you break the AC EV engine in your vehicle, it turns into a generator and supplies power to the batteries.
Other benefits when using or selecting the AC electric motor are; electronic reverse, ability to adjust the exact characteristics of the engine, which also includes the parameters of gas and brake potentiometers, batteries and other hardware parameters via software, integrated components (main contactors and DC-DC converters), lack of brushes, maximum RPM limit (approx. 10,000 for this engine), water cooling and high reliability.