BorgWarner, a global leader in
clean and efficient technology solutions for combustion, hybrid and electric
vehicles, announced it will be supplying its advanced high-voltage positive
temperature coefficient (PTC) cabin heating technology for a new electric
vehicle (EV) for a globally known EV automaker. BorgWarner’s technology
features more efficient use of energy while providing rapid cabin heating.
Limited waste heat impedes
heating the cabin. Independent of waste heat, BorgWarner’s high-voltage cabin
heater warms the air stream coming from the blower, delivering a comfortable
and odor-free cabin environment, while saving battery power due to efficient
operation. Featuring ceramic PTC components as core elements of the design, the
cabin heater self-regulates to ensure high power heating is available in cold
temperatures, when it is needed most. As temperatures rise and heating demand
decreases, the energy is automatically reduced. The cabin heater offers up to 7
kW of power, provides dual-zone functionality for reduced waste compared with
single-zone solutions, and contributes to nearly silent operation of the
heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system.
product portfolio also includes numerous other leading technologies for HEVs
and EVs, such as high-voltage liquid heaters, eBooster electrically driven
compressors, eGearDrive transmissions and auxiliary thermal coolant pumps. All
of these technologies support automakers around the world in designing the
clean and efficient vehicles of tomorrow.
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