BorgWarner HVH250 electric motor will be part of the powertrain of still unknown German OEM’s heavy-duty e-truck. Featured by high efficiency, power and torque density, BorgWarner HVH250 electric motor (HVH stands for High Voltage Hairpin) has been produced for more than 10 years and provides peak efficiencies of more than 95 percent. Besides, it features patented HVH stator winding technology along with the choice of direct drive, chain drive, belt drive or integrated options. The HVH250 motor is offered fully housed or as rotor/stator assemblies and features an internal permanent magnet rotor and proprietary insulation system for added durability.
BorgWarner HVH250 electric motor
“We are delighted to provide our electric drive technology for this battery-electric truck for heavy-duty transport. Our proven HVH250 motor delivers the power and durability required for this demanding application”, said Stefan Demmerle, President and General Manager at BorgWarner PowerDrive Systems. “By helping our customers efficiently electrify vehicles, we are taking steps toward an increasingly clean and energy-efficient world”.
Trucks are targeted to be equipped with two HVH motors per axle, each with industry-leading peak power of 175 kW and 425 Nm of torque at 350 volts. BorgWarner has recently completed the acquisition of German battery specialist Akasol, thus strengthening the group’s market position in the field of battery systems.