Posts By: Charged EVs

Eliminate waste and optimize battery pack production with advancements in pump technology and sealant equipment (Webinar)

Do you struggle with inconsistencies in your plant? Are you dealing with a skills gap and aging workforce? Learn how to overcome current challenges and stay competitive in these changing times with our webinar, Eliminate waste in your factory to optimize production. Tune in to this webinar to see the latest advancements in pump technology… Read more »

Over 60 webcasts on EV Engineering at this week’s Charged Virtual Conference

Charged is hosting a virtual conference on EV engineering this week that’s free to attend. The conference includes live webinar sessions with interactive Q&As and on-demand webinars. 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… Read more »

Webinar: Rework ability of gap fillers in EV battery packs

The fast-growing electric vehicle market demands robust and efficient thermal management solutions for battery packs, such as gap fillers and thermal pads. Gap fillers outperform thermal pads to achieve lower thermal impedance, as the gap fillers conform to surface roughness before curing. This allows gap fillers to adhere well to surfaces and provide mechanical support… Read more »

Download new trend paper on commercial vehicle electrification

Electrification of the powertrain and accessory applications for trucks, buses, construction, agricultural & recreational vehicles is taking the commercial transportation industry by storm. It requires reliability in harsh environment connectivity, optimized design of scalable sub-systems and application support for integrated component solutions. Download a free industry trend paper from TE Connectivity to learn more about… Read more »

Learn about state-of-the-art magnetic alloys for EV motors: watch the free webcast

A new generation of stator and rotor materials offer 25% higher induction and 30% lower losses than conventional electrical steel, resulting in a significantly higher power and torque density compared to conventional materials. In a new webcast session recently announced at the Charged Virtual Conference on EV Engineering, Nir Vaks—Global Director at Carpenter Electrification—will lead… Read more »