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ASM PSM Technology

Grasp what ASM and PSM Technology can do for eDrives

The Technology

In order to further develop the capability of the electric vehicle, a secondary eDrive on the front axle, rather than a single larger eDrive on the rear axle, is beneficial when it comes to comparing vehicle efficiency and AWD-functionality (in terms of safety, traction and performance). For the secondary eDrive application, two types of e-motor technologies can be implemented - an ASM (asynchronous machine) or a PSM (permanent (magnet) synchronous machine). Depending on the product requirements, these two technologies offer a range of differences and trade-offs.

 

 

 

Webinar

With this webinar you enrich your knowledge of electric drive systems and why there is a need for secondary drives.

Have a look at relevant use cases, explore how ASM and PSM technology can be used and compare their benefits.       

This video webinar is hosted by Dr. Daniel Lindvai-Soos, Director Product Management. Duration ~ 30 minutes.

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