eMobility

What is eMobility?

eMobility, or electric mobility, refers to the development of electric vehicles (EVs) and related infrastructure, for cleaner and more sustainable alternatives to internal combustion engine-powered cars.  eMobility includes various types of electric vehicles, such as battery electric cars or plug-in hybrid vehicles. CTS is dedicated to developing strong solutions for the new electric vehicle market.

eBrakeHigh Speed Position SensorsClamp-On Current SensorsCurrent Sensors

The eBrake™

The CTS eBrake product

An innovative brake-by-wire solution for electric vehicles (EVs). It enables OEMs to implement electronic braking systems (EBS) and control hydraulic brake systems (EHB) without mechanical input. This technology enhances the driver’s experience with smoother braking while streamlining foot well packaging and reducing pedal movement space. The eBrake™ eliminates the need for mechanical braking linkage, reducing weight and improving energy efficiency. Its modular design allows for customization and different mounting configurations. 
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Current Sensors

CTS specializes in designing Alternating Current (AC) draw sensors for eMobility vehicles such as electric vehicles (EVs), hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), battery electric vehicles (BEVs), and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs). These sensors, which utilize Hall-effect technology, are essential for efficient sensing and monitoring of electrical currents in the motors of these vehicles.

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Clamp-On Current Sensors

Magnetic field concentrators, Inductive Current Sensors, are purpose-built for non-intrusive and isolated measurements of electric currents, with a specific focus on eMobility applications. These innovative current sensors feature a Clamp-On design, allowing for convenient and safe installation without cable interruption or cutting. With a soft ferromagnetic shield, they exhibit exceptional material properties such as high linearity and minimal hysteresis, making them an ideal choice for accurate current measurement in various scenarios.

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High Speed Position Sensors

High-Speed Position Sensors are designed using inductive technology to measure the rotational speed of the electric vehicle (EV) motor.  Our team designs sensors that are guaranteed to fit specific motor shaft requirements and are fully customizable. These speed sensors have an accuracy level of <1% at speeds <240,000 eRPMs. Allowing for higher development of eMobility applications.

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