Let us move to India to understand what is boiling in the pot in the electric manufacturing of a Country that is proving a higher turmoil than what expected. Badve Engineering company, a Tier-1 automotive manufacturer based has recently established a partnership with the Israeli startup EVR Motors versus a strategic commercial agreement to manufacture electric motor technology for India’s rapidly growing two-and-three-wheeler electric vehicle market, which constitutes around 90% of the Indian electric vehicles market.
Precisely to deal with the growing demand, EVR motors has developed a unique patented motor topology: the Trapezoidal Stator Radial Flux Permanent Magnet.
Under the new strategic partnership, Badve Group will manufacture in India EVR’s proprietary Trapezoidal Stator – RFPM electric motors, which measure half the weight and size of competing electric motors yet claim high power and torque performance.
The TSRF technology is said to be distinctive because of its lightweight and compact design. The proprietary TS Topology has a unique trapezoidal tooth shape core structure, which improves flux distribution, reduces leakage, and gives superior heat dissipation with good thermal capacity. The TS topology can be tailored for a wide variety of requirements and enable multiple variations based on the same design and tooling. The air-cooled motor for two-wheeler application weighs under 7kg, has a diameter of 130mm and is said to be a perfect fit for Indian electric two-wheeler applications. The modular voltage range is between 48- 96V.