Integrated 100 kW hybrid module
Maximum 400 Nm torque
Integrated hang-on all-wheel drive
In order for the system to operate as effectively as possible, oxygen is transported to the fuel-cell stack in the cathode path via the electric air compressor.
Fuel-cell systems not only require constant hydrogen recirculation, but also a continuous, needs-based supply of hydrogen from the tank. When so requested by the fuel-cell control unit, the component feeds the necessary quantity of hydrogen for the stack in a fuel-cell system.
Converts exhaust gas energy into electrical energy
P2 hybrid architecture for ChangAn’s new transmission
300-cell stack based on metallic bipolar plates with a power output of 63 kWel (pressurized operation at 2.5 bar) to be integrated into vehicles as a fuel cell/battery system or as a range extender.
FEAD (front-end accessory drive)
Pulley Decoupler (PYD):
Reduced fuel consumption and CO2 emissions due to lower belt preload and friction losses (standard PYD function)
Reduced excitation of torsional vibrations in the belt drive due to decoupling directly on the crankshaft