Visitors looking for an inverter that’s suitable for dual-motor, torque-vectored electric vehicles should stop by Cascadia Motion’s booth, where it will be introducing the PM500DZ, a lightweight version of its popular PM250. By combining the DC-link, DC power connections, HVDC EMI Filter and the cooling path, a dual-inverter can replace two single inverters for dual-motor applications, while also saving weight. At 24kg, the PM500 is 12kg lighter than two PM250 equivalent power inverters. The new inverter will be available to beta customers starting in October 2019 and will be fully released by Q2 2020.
Cascadia supplies catalog standard to bespoke products for electrified powertrains in any application – ground, sea or air. Inverters, motors, motor-gearbox assemblies, DC-DC converters, chargers and other power electronics assemblies are all manufactured in its Oregon headquarters.