- Volume 11 Issue 7
As this paper is related to the relay and its driving control method, it explains about the relay which connects or interrupts the DC high voltage battery's power to drive the electric car's inverter. The paper suggests a sub-relay which prevents strong sparks from relay's contact point when the relay connects to the DC high voltage battery and also compensates for the increasing internal resistance value that is caused by deterioration at contact point. The relay's rated power is approximately 10KW and the relay's electric property has been verified through electrical instantaneous power short test, etc.
Electrical Vehicle;Relay;Power Supply;Inverter;Battery
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