electric car charger installation consumer guide explaining electric cars - cars

by:Connectica     2020-03-15
With increasing concerns about gasoline prices, global warming and oil politics, electric vehicles are increasingly appearing in the news as the future direction of development.
These types of cars use electric cars, not gasoline engines, so they are a good pollution solution, especially in cities, not to mention running at about 6 p per mile is much more economical.
In addition, with the UK government's electric vehicle subsidy plan to reduce carbon emissions, a significant amount of money will be injected into the next few years to promote the technology and build a growing charging station infrastructure across the country.In turn, automakers are racing to produce electric vehicles that will attract the wider public.
So it's a better time to understand the ins and outs of electric vehicles.The guidelines below will help you to do this.

Since most electric vehicles are currently converted from petrol vehicles, it is difficult to judge the difference between the two in the outside.However, when you are driving an electric car, you will notice that it is almost silent compared to the normal engine sound of a petrol-powered car.

The gasoline engine is replaced by an electric motor.
The motor is driven by the controller.
The controller is powered by rechargeable batteries.
Another major difference is that the "fuel" of electric vehicles is much lower per mile than the cost of gasoline.Although there are generally 50 electric carsBefore recharging is needed, ordinary people living in cities or suburbs rarely drive more than 30 or 40 miles a day.

DC motors -These come from the electric forklift industry and can operate at a voltage of 96 to 192 v.Their installation is often simpler and cheaper than the AC version.The typical DC motor will be at 20,000-watt to 30,000-The main feature of the Watt series is that it allows you to accelerate the car in a short period of time.For example, 20,000-The watt motor will accept 100,000 watts in a short period of time and provide 5 times its rated horsepower.Overdriving, however, can cause the motor to heat up so that it burns out, so people who like a little extra speed need to be careful.
AC motors -These batteries operate at 240 v ac voltage and the battery pack is 300 V.Their installation allows the use of almost any industrial Three-Phase AC motor, which makes it easier to find a motor suitable for a specific size, shape or rated power.When you brake, the AC opportunity becomes a generator and supplies power to the battery.

The function of the controller is to take power from the battery and deliver it to the motor.To tell how much energy it injects, the accelerator pedal is attached to a pair of potentiometer (variable resistance) that signals correctly.
Most controllers send more than 15,000 power pulses per second-This is important because it keeps the pulses and motors outside the range of human hearing.

Batteries in electric vehicles will last about 20,000 miles, 3-Full fee of 4 years or 200.Have to say, leading
Expensive ReplacementThe current price tag is about 1,200.
Heavy and bulky
Limited capacity-a typical lead-The acid battery pack will hold about 12 to 15 KW-Hours of electricity make the car travel about 50 miles.
Slow charging-Depending on battery technology and charger, the charging time is between 4 and 10 hours.
The good news is that there is a lot of discussion about replacing them with fuel cells.This will solve the problem well.

It's just the road to the future.There are also a lot of exciting things about this other variant of "green" transport that uses fuel and electricity --To learn more about them, see my previous article entitled "A simple guide to understanding plug-in hybrid cars.
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