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Published in: ATZelectronics worldwide 10/2020

01-10-2020 | Cover Story

High-Voltage and 48-V Systems

Intelligent Electrification

Author: Alexander Heintzel

Published in: ATZelectronics worldwide | Issue 10/2020

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Increasing comfort requirements, autonomous driving and reductions in CO 2 lead to a growing demand for electrical power in a vehicle with a simultaneous rise in system variations. Additionally, increasing transient loads and the growing requirement for high cycle rates and redundant safeguarding require new ways of storing energy in the vehicle's electrical system. This is where supercapacitors have huge advantages, both as individual cells for low-voltage storage as well as interconnected as a module for energy storage in 12-V, 24-V or 48-V electrical systems. The systems are normally not in competition with conventional lead or lithium-ion batteries, but offer themselves as a cost-effective and easy supplement for conventional batteries in specific use-cases, as Eberspächer shows. …
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Title
High-Voltage and 48-V Systems
Intelligent Electrification
Author
Alexander Heintzel
Publication date
01-10-2020
Publisher
Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden
Published in
ATZelectronics worldwide / Issue 10/2020
Electronic ISSN: 2524-8804
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s38314-020-0280-5

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