NanoFlowcell Quantino Concept, 2015 Reviews
NanoFlowcell Quantino Concept front
An advanced electric vehicle. Having a rated voltage of just 48 V we reach 25 kW, corresponding via mixture (registered company), buffer system and electric motors.
Affordable and featuring an exuberant, design that is exceptional. It's not only a concept vehicle - it'll become reality in the course. We'll drive the NanoFlowcell Quantino Concept. And we plan to gain acceptance for road use rapidly," says Nunzio La Vecchia. Vast ranges for the Quantino (registered company)
The advanced drive theory consisting of low voltage system and NanoFlowcell(registered company) supplies an assortment of over 1,000 kilometers to the NanoFlowcell Quantino Concept. "Low voltage systems are the perfect match for the nanoFlowcell(registered company). They enable us to create quantities of drive electricity that formerly seemed not possible. And we're just in the start of our development work. Simulations and the first evaluations suggest possibility that is much greater.
Using the concept's two 175-litre tanks, the NanoFlowcell Quantino Concept can take 350 litres of ionic liquid - one tank having a positive charge and one having a negative charge. The refuelling process is not dissimilar to the procedure that is standard today, the only difference being that two tanks are filled simultaneously, each using another fluid.
NanoFlowcell Quantino Concept back
A detail that is stunning is the 22-inch wheels. "As the little brother of the Quant E as well as the Quant F, we needed to emphasize how the Quantino belongs to the Quant family. Both rear end and the front certainly exhibit this kinship. Low voltage systems - history and edges To date, low voltage drives have featured mainly on vehicles with really low drive outputs (5kW), including golf carts, e-scooters or light duty motor vehicles such as four wheel vehicles with comparatively low drive output signals (20kW) for urban use. "To our knowledge, a low voltage drive system hasn't been installed before in a bigger passenger car, such as is now being presented on board of the Quantino. The necessary drive output al
Manners limited the spectrum of uses that were practical to get a low voltage system. That is all changing with the NanoFlowcell (registered company). Really high currents are needed for drive output signal normally desired by vehicles' degrees. This necessitates cable cross sections that are extremely big and increased transmission losses with high voltage systems. Together with the NanoFlowcell (registered company) we've had the opportunity to solve this issue. Here we produce high currents in an extremely low rated voltage that are ideal for the functions of the low voltage system," explains Chief Technical Officer Nunzio La Vecchia.
"Low voltage systems offer various advantages over high voltage systems, such as are found in electric vehicles now. While high voltage electric vehicles need flashover protection and entire contact, it is not needed for low voltage vehicles. In accordance with ECE-R 100, no added measures to avoid casual contact are essential for low voltage systems. This also gives rise to considerably more rapid homologation of low voltage vehicles, as practical security is more easy to realise," describes Nunzio La Vecchia.
"Low voltage systems are the perfect match for our nanoFlowcell(registered company).
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