Zero Emission Drivetrain (ZED) electric propulsion system, designed by Equipmake, now shines, in its latest upgrade, that includes electric motor, inverter and power electronics in-house developed.
Fully scalable and modular, Zero Emission Drivetrain (ZED) can be applied to any bus and coach.
It can be also implemented as retrofit of existing diesel vehicles, combined with the most recent ion-lithium batteries, the advanced technology of ZED assures high efficiency.
Its outstanding features include the ultra-efficient patented thermal management system, equipped with an advanced water-glycol cooling circuit, which keeps all components such as battery pack, motor and inverter at an optimal operational temperature, maximising the vehicle’s autonomy.
HTM 3500 electric motor is integrated into the shaft and it is designed to produce 3,500 Nm torque at a motor speed of just 1,000 rpm and supplying a maximum power of 400 kW.
Forefront lithium-ion battery packs are available in a range of sizes, from 327 kWh to 436 kWh and up to 545 kWh, offering maximum autonomies of 400 km.