Offering innovative products and services to the global automotive aftermarket, BorgWarner introduced the HVH 320, the newest member of the HVH (High Voltage Hairpin) series electromotor product range developed for commercial vehicles.
Offering innovative products and services to the global automotive aftermarket, BorgWarner introduced the HVH 320, the newest member of the HVH (High Voltage Hairpin) series electromotor product range developed for commercial vehicles. HVH 320 electromotor produced in four different versions; It meets the hybrid and electric vehicle requirements of both light and heavy commercial vehicle manufacturers, with its 800 Volt structure, shortening the charging time and providing a torque generation up to 1270 Nm, providing an environmentally friendly and quiet working environment. Providing about 97 percent efficiency and over 400 kW of power, HVH 320 is aimed to be put into production in 2024. HVH 320; It supports the commercial vehicle manufacturers' goal of creating a joint electric powertrain system.
BorgWarner, the world leader in efficient vehicle technology solutions, continues to develop environmentally friendly solutions for powertrains. In this context, BorgWarner introduced the HVH 320 electromotor solution developed for hybrid and electric vehicles of commercial vehicle manufacturers. HVH 320; The HVH (High Voltage Hairpin) series offered by BorgWarner for light and heavy class commercial vehicles stands out as the newest member of the engine product range.
Batteries charge easily
BorgWarner unveils the new HVH 320 engine platform with over 10 years of engine manufacturing experience. HVH 800 equipped with 320 Volt and available in four different versions; Thanks to its versatile platform, it adapts to the goal of vehicle manufacturers to create a common electric powertrain system. Offering torque production up to 1270 Nm, the motor offers an environmentally friendly and quiet working environment. The technology that supports the gear change process of the vehicle; it also charges the battery by generating power when braking or going downhill. The versatile HVH motor family with patented stator winding technology is easily integrated. The HVH 320, which is also offered as a single-piece complete motor or rotor / stator assemblies, can also be applied as different assemblies and architectures in a vehicle. Providing about 97 percent efficiency and over 400 kW of power, HVH 320 is expected to be put into production in 2024. BorgWarner also offers a new generation of 800 volt inverters to the market to meet various requirements.
"An important advantage for the future of electric trucks"
BorgWarner Power-Drive Systems President and General Manager Dr. Stefan Demmerle in his assessment on the subject; “Adding the HVH 320 to our electromotor family further strengthens our product range. This product; It is one of the best examples of BorgWarner's commitment to provide the most advanced technologies that meet the requirements of the market and to provide green power-transmission technologies. With the HVH 320, customers can significantly shorten the charging time using our 800 volt machine. "By achieving a higher power density, it can gain a very important advantage for the future of electric trucks."