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Using the fresh funds, Tesla will develop a ''powertrain system, including a battery, power electronics module, motor, gearbox and associated software'' for the electric version of the RAV4, according to the company based in Palo Alto, California.
According to the United States-based automaker, it is to develop a system that includes a battery, power electronics module, motor, gearbox and associated software, but it will not be producing any of the parts for the Japan-based automaker.
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Offers a unique, highly integrated and modular motor/inverter technology with very high power and torque density, which eliminates the need for a separate large power electronics module
It continues to produce industry leading components including semiconductors, engine and transmission control modules, crash sensing and diagnostics modules, pressure sensors for engine management and occupant detection, body computer modules and power electronics modules primarily for the automotive industry.
In addition, TAIYO YUDEN manufactures Bluetooth modules, power electronics modules and recordable optical media (CD-R, DVD-R) and is the leader with approximately 50 percent of the worldwide market in high-frequency multilayer chip inductors used in cell phones.
The generator system used in the FED vehicle is an in-line ISG 28 VDC, 30kW liquid cooled generator with three 10 kW air cooled power electronics modules, which communicate on J1939 software protocol.