The Swiss company Huber+Suhner has presented its latest series-produced high-voltage distribution solution for all types of electric vehicles. The mHVDU (modular High Voltage Distribution Unit) can handle up to 800 volts DC voltage.
The system is designed to score points with a large number of standardised components that can be put together modularly according to individual requirements. In this way, according to the Swiss company, it is flexible enough to be used in all-electric vehicles on land, at sea or in the air, and standardised enough to keep delivery times short. According to Malte Frohberg, Head of Product and Portfolio Management, Low-Frequency Automotive, lead times will be reduced from twelve weeks to just two to four, which he says makes a “huge difference in the electric vehicle manufacturing process.”
Besides, according to the manufacturer, the standardised components of the mHVDU contribute to space, weight and cost savings and ensure compliance with international automotive standards and specifications. “The mHVDU is designed to withstand the roughest and harshest environments,” adds Frohberg. It is designed to withstand temperature fluctuations, vibrations, and other mechanical influences to ensure the protection of high-voltage cables and components operated within the vehicles.
The mHVDU fits into Huber+Suhner’s extensive high voltage portfolio. According to the Swiss company, it now offers a complete cable system as a ready-to-use plug-and-play solution. To date, the company is primarily known in the industry for its HPC solution called Radox HPC-System.
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