Eliminate intermediate energy storage in EV power architectures

Supplied by Vicor Corporation on Friday, 18 December, 2020


Text EV power architectures can use BCMs to create a high-efficiency and lightweight power system without the need for an intermediate battery. The BCM’s low impedance and fast transient response can transform the high-voltage battery, make it appear as a discharging 48 V battery, and simultaneously preserving the benefits of the battery while providing a SELV distribution to power modern 48 V loads.

Learn about the BCM converter’s function, operation and capabilities as compared to a conventional DC-DC converter. Examine solutions to the challenges for EV power architecture.


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