Moving to higher voltages in EVs: The implications on capacitor selection

Sponsored by Knowles Precision Devices

EV manufacturers are beginning to redesign their vehicles to make the switch from the 400 V battery systems widely used today to 800 V battery systems. Just like engineers faced challenges when moving from the standard 12 V batteries used in combustion vehicles to the higher voltage battery systems used in today’s EVs, operating at 800 V presents its own unique set of engineering challenges.

Download this whitepaper for a closer look at how operating at higher voltages is affecting the decisions EV designers and OEMs must make to support the higher voltage systems. The whitepaper also covers how component manufacturers in the supply chain are ensuring EV manufactures have the most reliable capacitor options available to meet the new challenges and regulations as operating voltages increase.

Sponsored by Knowles Precision Devices

Source: Charged EVs
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