Dhoot Transmission has collaborated with the EV OEM on the 3D design for the wiring harness which is designed to deliver optimum performance.
Hero Electric has partnered with the Aurangabad-based Dhoot Transmission for sourcing new wiring harness solutions. Under the partnership, Hero Electric’s products will be equipped with the latest wiring harnesses from the Tier 1 supplier.
Dhoot Transmission, which is the largest wiring harness manufacturer in the two-wheeler segment in India, manufactures a comprehensive entire range of wiring harnesses, EV components, electronic sensors and controllers.
Dhoot Transmission is the largest wiring harness manufacturer in the two-wheeler segment in India (representational image).
Sohinder Gill, CEO, Hero Electric, said, “A well designed and robustly manufactured wiring harness ensures that not only the power is transmitted efficiently and with minimum transmission losses from the battery to the wheel but also that even after years of operation there is no degradation of materials that can put the bike and its components to a safety risk. Our partnership with Dhoot Transmission to procure wiring harnesses for our products is a step towards ensuring vehicle efficiency and customer safety by equipping our products with durable and robust components.”
Rahul Dhoot, MD, Dhoot Transmission, said, “Dhoot Transmission has had the privilege of extensively collaborating with Hero Electric on the 3D design for the wiring harness of Hero Electric models. This design has features that provide optimum performance to the end user, ensuring long life, compatibility, and durability, all woven into one with careful thought on cost-effectiveness.”
Globally, Dhoot Transmission has 21 manufacturing facilities, of which 18 are located in India.
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