Electric vehicle

The Industrial and Commercial Transportation (ICT) is currently doing their bit to reduce the risk of pollution and the use of non-renewable energy. There are almost 4,00,000 electrical busses that are functioning on roads in the present time and are probe to grow in near future. These surging demands need to meet a broad range of technical connectivity solutions especially in the field of fast and high power charging connectivity (HOC), where the charging should take minutes rather than hours.

With the evolution of commercial electric transportation vehicles, the industry is now focusing more on the charging stations, with the ability to quickly and conveniently charge the battery. But for a higher power charging capability, managing a high connector system, 5G antennas, high-density sensor, turnkeys assemblies, and miniaturized cabling designed has stood as the most rigorous transportation challenge. These demands are driving the industry to focus on a broad range of solutions to solve never-before-seen challenges. Charging inlets must be able to handle 10 to 20 times the power of the current generation of electric cars. Connections, cables, and switches/contactors must all be able to intelligently manage this power transfer, dealing with heat, arcing, and safety issues.

As a connectivity supplier, Ubintex provides connector supports to such high-tech connectivity architecture that vehicle manufacturers can use as per their needs. Accurate sensing, both contacting and non-contacting, providing real-time information for intelligent power management is what Ubintex connectors support.

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