Modularization, miniaturization, and automation. All these design challenges and the massive rise of power requirements make it necessary to fundamentally rethink the electrical connections on power units – without subsequently screwing.
Multi‐position interfaces are required at various points on the drivetrain. In some cases, wired connectors can be used – however, when connecting modules directly, a docking system is the better choice. In particular, connections that include rigid busbars require a contact system that can precisely compensate for tolerances and thus allow automated assembly.
It uses the contact technology behind the ODU LAMTAC® Flex and can thus compensate for tolerances of up to 1 millimeter in the contact system. However, this is only one of the many advantages that make ODU DOCKING MATE® the innovative connector system of tomorrow.
Advantages of our innovative direct connector system:
The decarbonization will take place in all areas of mobility and transportation. Beginning with light and medium up to heavy duty trucks there will be a change.
The arrangement of modular battery packs varies for all-electric transport vehicles and can be adapted to specific needs. Due to the modular design, each battery pack has a separate battery management system (BMS), that has to be integrated into the overall electric system.
This requires the ODU DOCKING MATE®, which can reliably transmit power and signals, compensate tolerances and can be plugged in blindly.
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