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BRUGG eConnect introduces IP69-certified fast charging plug

BRUGG eConnect has developed a new plug for EV fast charging. The company says its Compact plug is the world’s first CCS2 charging plug to earn IP69 certification, a very high level of protection against ingress of dust, high temperature and high-pressure water. CEO Patrick Kern said, “Our fast-charging solutions are already being used for… Read more »

BRUGG eConnect to launch 850-amp liquid-cooled charging cable

Swiss cable maker BRUGG eConnect has announced a new high-performance charging cable, the PURWIL Connect 850+ Cooled, that can deliver DC electricity at 1,000 volts and up to 850 amps. The company plans to launch the cable in early 2020. Today’s conventional cables typically max out at 550 amps, but thanks to an in-wire cooling system, the PURWIL Connect… Read more »

HPC And MCS Charging Systems

In this webinar, our speaker Olivier Sakhri, will present the background on the increasing demand for the expansion of fast charging infrastructure, as well as innovative solutions that eliminate the last concerns about time-consuming charging cycles. Presented by: Olivier Sakhri, Head of Product Management, BRUGG eConnect AG All Sessions: October 2022 Conference

How to reduce complexity of power connections in EVs (Webinar)

Electric vehicles have high voltage systems that require precise connections, and demand for innovative components is rapidly increasing around the globe. Recently acquired by Eaton, Royal Power Solutions is recognized for its numerous industry-leading electrical components, including stamped battery and eyelet terminals specially designed for electrified vehicles. These power connection technologies provide vehicle manufacturers with… Read more »

New color-stable eOrange identifies high-voltage EV components for safety

High-voltage components in EVs can be dangerous, and that’s why automakers tend to sheathe them in high-visibility orange plastic. Brüggemann, a German supplier of polymer additives and industrial chemicals, has partnered with GRAFE to develop color-stable eOrange masterbatches designed for use in injection-molded and extruded polyamide components for e-mobility. The striking pastel orange RAL2003 is… Read more »

DC fast charger for electric boats deployed in Norwegian harbor

Norway is the world’s EV capital, and it’s not just land vehicles that are going electric. A couple of electric utilities and an electric boat manufacturer have teamed up to install a fast charger for boats at the harbor of Floro on the country’s rugged west coast. The new charger uses a high-performance cable and… Read more »

High Power Charging Systems For Commercial, Industrial, And Racing Applications

The Swiss company BRUGG eConnect offers HPC system solutions (cables and plugs) for currents up to 850 A with and without cooling. This presentation will describe how the developments of BRUGG eConnect could impact the future of the charging market focusing: – How will the next generation of vehicles and electric trucks be charged?– What… Read more »

Over 50 free EV engineering sessions confirmed: Charged Virtual Conference starts in two weeks

The Spring 2021 sessions list for the Charged Virtual Conference on EV Engineering is out now. Just like the content Charged brings you every day, conference topics will span the entire EV engineering supply chain and ecosystem including motor and power electronics design and manufacturing, cell development, battery systems, testing, powertrains, thermal management, circuit protection,… Read more »

GM Exec: Low oil prices won’t stop our plans for electrification, MPG targets make it inevitable

How will low oil prices affect the growth in vehicle electrification? It’s a question we’ve heard a lot since the price of crude began to plummet about six months ago. A few studies have come out recently that find cheap oil has little or no effect on PEV sales. It seems that either buyers don’t… Read more »