Electric Vehicle Components and Performance Information

Components:

RotaComp1- Permanent Magnet Brushless DC Motor for light vehicle propulsion.
(Status: Prototype in assembly and test)

A 1000 Watt, 1 foot-Lb/5000 RPM. @ 14Volt/75 Ampere traction motor in a 4.5" Dia by 2.5" Long package complete with internal controller. RotaComp1 features fully throttleable operation in 4 quadrants and speed servo operation.

RotaComp15 - Permanent Magnet Brushless DC Motor for small vehicle propulsion.
(Status: First prototype in test/evaluation)

15,000 Watt, 18 foot-Lb/5000 RPM. @ 192Volt/75 Ampere traction motor in a 7" Dia by 3.5" Long package complete with internal controller. RotaCompl5 features fully throttleable operation in 4 quadrants and speed servo operation.

TransView - Instrument panel computer and electrical power center with a 9" liquid crystal display and Personal Computer compatibility.
(Status: In specification and preliminary design)

PowerMaster400 - DC-DC Converter with 13.8 Volt/30 Ampere output from 96 to 200 Volts DC input. (Status: In specification and preliminary design)

Brushed Permanent Magnet DC Motor Systems: We have access to several large (220 Volt/300 Ampere/50 foot Lb./3500 RPM) motors and 300 Ampere/600 Volt "smart" IGBT modules (built in over-current, temperature and voltage protection!) which require PWM sources only. This combination makes a rugged traction system with full throttleable regenerative braking.

Ewheel5 - Permanent Magnet, Multi-Phase Brushless DC Motor Wheel for light vehicle propulsion. (Status: Preliminary design complete, waiting financing.)

A 5,000 Watt, 35 foot-Lb./1200 RPM. @ 24Volt/200 Ampere traction motor wheel in a 12" Dia (20" tire o.d.) by 3.5" Thick package complete with internal controller. Ewheel5 features fully throttleable operation in 4 quadrants and speed servo operation.

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Performance Information:

Acceleration Sizing Equations: (Still in Engineering)

Vehicle Energy Performance Equations: (Still in Engineering)