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Thermal management systems for commercial EVs  New!

07 Nov 2022

To improve commercial electric vehicle (EV) performance, range, battery life, and safety, Modine Manufacturing Company announced the general availability of its suite of EVantage Thermal Management Systems for commercial EV chassis. The first two EVantage Thermal Management Systems include: The EVantage Battery Thermal Management System (BTMS) gives customers full control of battery temperature in all environments, from hot summer afternoons to icy winter mornings. With multi-stage cooling and heating, the EVantage BTMS optimizes the temperature range for an entire bank of batteries with a single unit while minimizing power draw. The EVantage Electronics Cooling Package (ECP) keeps the traction motor and power electronics cool for all loads. This complete solution is designed to maintain optimal fluid temperatures for the traction motor and power electronics circuits utilizing multi-zone cooling. EVantage ECPs are designed to specification, with small to large fan arrays that operate only when required to minimize power draw. With the new EVantage BTMS and ECP, Modine provides a complete thermal solution to its commercial, specialty, and purpose-built EV customers, allowing their customers to focus their own engineering resources on other value-add activities. By combining Modine's heat exchanger technology and tailored smart electronic products, the EVantage suite maximizes cooling while minimizing power draw in a compact form factor. By managing thermal conditions during charging and vehicle operation, the thermal solutions improve commercial EV performance, longevity, and safety. With a proprietary design to minimize power draw during heating and cooling operations, the EVantage suite also extends the range of commercial EVs. The EVantage Thermal Management Systems are designed to operate as complete, plug-and-play systems, controlled through Controller Area Network (CAN) bus communications, and include a pre-programmed master controller for automated operation. 

 

Modine | www.modine.com

 


Volume: 2022 November/December