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Karma Automotive's new traction inverter uses silicon carbide semiconductors to deliver high-efficiency electric vehicle charging.

06 Apr 2020 | International News : U.S.A

Karma Automotive, the California-based high-tech incubator and creator of luxury electric vehicles, has entered the final stage of development for two new Silicon Carbide (SiC) inverters to enhance electric mobility charging.

The new SiC traction inverters are engineered in-house by Karma's Powertrain Power Electronics team, in collaboration with the Power Electronic System Laboratory at University of Arkansas.

Engineered to deliver enhanced efficiency and performance, the SiC traction inverters' 440V flexible architecture can be customised to fit various vehicle platforms, and is also available in a 800V format for even faster charging. The new inverters will also be compatible for use in a variety of industries including automotive, aircraft, train, agriculture and industrial sectors.
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