E-mobility and smart grid

E-mobility is essential for achieving long-term climate-neutral transportation. While a mixture of a fossil and an electric share is currently still advisable, the future belongs entirely to the strategy of all electric mobility. In addition, bidirectional charging will allow for a new system of battery networking in the future and thus enable modular solutions for transportation, domestic, as well as industrial applications. This will facilitate a distributed power supply and storage, which promises more safety, security, and convenience for the future.

A clear objective for all of us!

In order to limit environmental damage, it is planned to convert our road transportation and the required infrastructure to renewable energies by 2050. With our components and systems, binder will be part of this change, for example through our new high-voltage motor charging connectors.

What does the new approach look like?

In the charging infrastructure, low-voltage applications for small vehicles such as pedelecs are used on the one hand, and high-voltage applications for the automotive sector on the other. Systems ranging from 12 V to 48 V and from 4 A to 20 A are often used for small vehicles. Automotive charging solutions that operate at higher voltages are equipped with the AC/DC system rated up to 350 kW of electrical power. In the future, solutions operating between 1 kW and 40 kW will be needed for battery-to-motor, battery-tocharging station, and battery-to-battery connections.

Which are the challenges?

DC high-voltage charging systems are subject to high safety requirements. Misuse or improper operation can result in fires and even danger to life and limb.

At the same time, however, these systems must be easy and intuitive to operate so that people without any technical knowledge are able to use them.

Where will this technology be found?

Possible future applications will arise both in transportation as well as in the development of distributed and modular power storage systems. These will then guarantee a safe and reliable energy supply.

What does that mean for the future?

Smart control solutions will allow the individual modules to communicate directly with each other in the medium term. The distributed and mobile storage of electric power will then support our current networks, virtually eliminating the risk of a blackout scenario.

You provide the idea – we develop the best possible solution.

In the early phases of pre-development, binder solutions provides support for your project up until its completion. Our goal is to bring your product to market as quickly as possible. Thanks to our extensive value creation structure, we are able to utilise the wide-ranging competencies of the binder group and provide you with full-service support in every phase of the product development process. For optimal results, we use the latest methods and reliable manufacturing processes.

Our experts are able to develop appropriate laboratory tests up to and after series production, carry out component analyses and help you secure international approvals and release recommendations. Combined with our years of project management and design experience, we are able to respond iteratively to any changes as they come.

We look forward to the opportunity to demonstrate and win you over on the high quality and efficiency of our processes that are tailored to each customers’ needs.

Get in touch with one of our consultants now

Mr Michael Schroers
T +49 (0) 83 62 / 91 56-800
M +49 (0) 173 / 340 89 31
Mr Matthias Simbürger
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