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Electrofit’s new crate features a permanent magnet synchronous motor and a built-in inverter

EV conversion specialist Electrofit has unveiled its first electric crate motor. The CM100KW1 is a permanent magnet synchronous (PMS) motor that includes a built-in inverter designed to reduce cost and complexity.

The motor can be used to drive an existing gearbox, or can be connected to an  OEM single-speed transmission. The configurable OEM motor and inverter assembly is supplied with a kit of components comprising a power cable (500 mm long), communications cable and coolant pipe connectors.

The CM100KW1 features input voltage of 280-420 V, a power rating of 50 kW continuous or 100-150 peak; and motor torque of 260 Nm. The maximum motor speed is 14,000 rpm, and the peak efficiency speed is 9,800 rpm. The unit measures 380x330x370 mm and weighs 54 kg.

A 150 kW version is also available.

Electrofit can also provide a matched OEM single-speed transmission that is designed to sync perfectly with the motor. The motor and  transmission combined provide 260 Nm of torque in a front-wheel-drive configuration.

Shipping is available worldwide.

“Electrofit is a division of AEL, which has over 20 years of experience in integrating genuine OEM parts  into bespoke applications and solutions,” says the company. “With this proven track record of integration expertise, Electrofit can  supply the complete solution to enable the fitting of an OEM motor and inverter into sports cars, classic cars or commercial vehicles, making us the perfect choice for small or niche vehicle manufacturers in need of electric vehicle solutions.”

Source: Electrofit

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