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News   May 4, 2012   by CARS Magazine

Delphi to Showcase EV/HEV Products at EVS26

Delphi Automotive (NYSE: DLPH) will display its latest electric and hybrid vehicle technologies at the upcoming 26th       International Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS26), which will be held May 6-9 at the Los Angeles...


Delphi Automotive (NYSE: DLPH) will display its latest electric and hybrid vehicle technologies at the upcoming 26th       International Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS26), which will be held May 6-9 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

During the symposium, Gary Cameron, director, advanced electronic controls engineering, Delphi Electronics & Safety, will join a panel discussion on “Drive and Propulsion Systems: Power & Micro Electronics/Electric Equipment.” Cameron’s presentation on new developments in power electronics will be held on May 8.    

“Delphi has the benefit of more than 20 years of experience engineering electric vehicles,” said Andrew Brown, Jr., Delphi vice-president and chief technologist. “We have scalable products for all levels of vehicles including mild HEVs, HEVs and EVs and we are currently in production with charging systems, high voltage wiring and connections, DC/DC converters, safety disconnects and power boxes, which include DC/AC inverters and battery packs and battery pack management. Many of these products will be on display for the public, industry and government during EVS26.”

Delphi will also display a full-size vehicle chassis detailing its EV/HEV technologies including charge port inlet, vehicle sound generator, Li-Ion battery controller, on-board charger, unitary heat pump air conditioner, electric variable cam phaser and more.

Additionally, the company has outfitted an HEV with its Delphi Wireless EV Charging System. The system will automatically transfer power to a vehicle without the hassle of cords or connections. This hands-free charging technology is based on highly resonant magnetic coupling which transfers electric power over short distances without physical contact, allowing for safer and more convenient charging options for consumer and commercial electric vehicles.


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