High Voltage Integrated Battery Power-Electronics System (Hi-VIBES)


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This project will develop an integrated control unit to control future BEV traction batteries, and will offer significant weight saving from current industry distributed solutions. It will introduce innovative features such as 2 way charging (vehicle to grid) and, by utilising Lyra Electronics and the University of Nottingham expertise, will develop cutting edge power electronics design and analysis solutions by working alongside Pektrons expertise in design for volume manufacture. 


For more information about this project, please contact Prof Lee Empringham.



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