Apollo Future Mobility Group (AFMG) has announced that its subsidiary, GLM, has successfully completed the first prototype of a SiC Dual Inverter 800 V system for the EV market. The inverter system was co-developed with semiconductor manufacturer ROHM.
The new inverter is equipped with a solid-state battery (SSB) battery management system (BMS), two inverters and a power distribution unit (PDU). The company says the package delivers vehicle weight reduction, higher power output and shorter recharging times.
Chairman Ho King Fung Eric said, “The completion of the first prototype of the next-generation SiC dual inverter 800 V system is an important milestone for AFMG and the EV market. This unique product marks the future of EV powertrains.”
The companies expect to begin mass production within the next 24 months.
Source: Apollo Future Mobility Group
Source: Electric Vehicles Magazine