Using the magnet wire-wound motor as a generator, this system converts the kinetic energy lost in deceleration back into stored energy within the battery.
The DC motor is built with a series of magnet windings that provide high torque at lower speeds to propel a vehicle forward.
This system actively compiles data through sensors in the mirrors and other sensors of the car and driving a motor inside the steering mechanism, helping the car avoid a collision through corrective actions.
A dual-functioning system is designed to reduce wheels spinning by transferring power from a wheel that has lost traction to the same-axled wheel on the other side. It also prevents drive wheels from spinning during acceleration.
Magnet wire is wound throughout an electric motor that is designed to replace the alternator by serving as both a generator and a motor. This allows for quick starts of the engine as well as a 36V battery charging option.
The three different types of chargers all work similarly with different voltage options, 120V, 204V, or 208V – as well as fast charge option – that can recharge the lithium-ion or nickel-methal hybrid battery in a vehicle.
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