Electric Sprinter from Kreisel
Kreisel Electric developed the Mercedes Sprinter as an electric transporter. BRUSA supplies the motor-gearbox combination DTSP1 with the shorter motor HSM1-10.18.13. A 90 kWh battery guarantees a range of 300 kilometers. A 44 kW on-board charger is also included. The economy achieved through electric efficiency, practical benefits and special consideration for the environment are optimally combined in the Kreisel Electric Sprinter. A clear advantage, not only in logistics and fleet use up to 3.5 t payload.
The VW Caddy is an all-electric van converted by BRUSA. This van was developed to demonstrate that an electric vehicle with an acceptable range does not have to suffer any spatial losses for payloads. With an unladen weight of approx. 1800 kg, the Caddy - powered by the latest generation of electric motors from BRUSA - accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 13 seconds. This acceleration is achieved by using a hybrid synchronous motor HSM1 with 100 kW power at the front axle.
BRUSA is an official member of the innovation network GeMo, which is coordinated by the Fraunhofer Institute. BRUSA Elektronik AG has been significantly involved in the development and integration of the electric drive train in the VW Caddy.
eRod from Kyburz drives with BRUSA
The eRod is a puristic street-legal sports car from the company Kyburz . In the prototype eRod Race with an output of 150 kW, the Swiss company installed a complete set of components from BRUSA. This includes the DTSO1-096 drive set with the HSM1-10.18.13 motor, the DMC534 converter, the NLG664 charger and the BSC624 DC/DC converter. Uncompromising in terms of technology and driving behavior, the eRod offers passionate drivers maximum driving pleasure. Flurin Vicentini, Head of Development at Kyburz, sums it up: "For the flagship of the eRod series, the eRod Race, only the best is good enough, which is why we do not compromise when it comes to performance and use the BRUSA drive." The powerful electric drive provides the thrust that is fun. The eRod is offered both as a small series and as a kit.
Fuel cell vehicle Green GT H2
The french fuel cell vehicle GreenGT H2 with 3-phase permanent magnet synchronous motor (HSM) from BRUSA was presented in Le Castellet in spring 2015. Even more: ex-Formula 1 driver Olivier Panis, who has been supporting Jean-Francois Weber's ambitious project for some time, reeled off a few kilometers with the GreenGT H2 during the WTCC event in southern France. "In all the motorsport classes I've raced in, I've always been a fan of the technologies," says Panis. "The GreenGT H2 is an amazing car. It's a real solution for the future. There's only water vapor coming out of the exhaust, plus the car doesn't need batteries. The performance on the track is comparable to that of conventional vehicles with internal combustion engines - and more developments are sure to follow."
Formula Student Teams
The completely new motor IPM1-10.09.06 from BRUSA was exactly tuned and optimized for the "Formula Student" application.
Electric truck E-FORCE
Under the motto “The better truck”, the new electric truck “ E-FORCE “Another milestone in electromobility came into being. The many years of system competence of BRUSA guarantees the optimal coordination and reliability of the components used in the E-FORCE truck, each of two electric motors HSM1-10.18.13, converter DMC534 and charger NLG664, as well as a DC/DC converter BSC624-12V.
E-FORCE ONE AG with the support of Designwerk GmbH and Lithium Storage is building the electric 18-tonner for the regional and urban goods distribution service and has already won customers such as Feldschlösschen and Coop, whose fleets are already using the first E-FORCE.
The Zerotracer is an electrically powered cabin motorcycle that offers at the same time the comfort of a car and the riding experience of a motorcycle. Due to its high aerodynamic efficiency (Cw value 0.18) and the extremely powerful electric drive train, BRUSA's hybrid synchronous motor HSM1-6.17.12, the Zerotracer gets from 0-100 km/h faster than a Porsche 911 and can theoretically reach a speed well above 300 km/h (currently electronically limited to 240 km/h). Thanks to BRUSA's high-performance EVB1-400-40 battery and very low energy consumption, the Zerotracer can travel over 300 km on just one charge. Fast charging of the battery (80 percent) with BRUSA's NLG513 charger takes less than 30 minutes, and a full charge takes less than two hours.
In 2010/2011, this vehicle completed a round-the-world trip in record time (Zero Emission Race). All BRUSA components have reliably withstood the rigors. Even extreme voltage fluctuations in exotic countries could not throw the charger out of gear. Another realization: There is electricity everywhere in the world!