Direct contact technology needed to meet future EV needs (Whitepaper) – Charged EVs

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Sponsored by TTI and Aptiv.

As automakers unveil one battery-electric vehicle platform after another, high-voltage (HV) interconnects are emerging as one of the most important automotive components. They enable power delivery from chargers to batteries and from there to inverters, electric motors, power distribution systems and auxiliary devices such as air conditioners. 

Because of their central role, well-designed HV interconnects can be key differentiators for EVs. OEMs need connectors that conduct electricity efficiently, save space and last a long time — while also streamlining manufacturing and adapting to a range of applications. 

Download the full Whitepaper from Aptiv now.

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