Compared to standard motors, EVR’s electric motors are claimed to be 30%-50% lighter and smaller, cost significantly less and can be tailored to user requirements.
Israeli start-up EVR Motors is to showcase a range of high-power density electric motors, based on its innovative ‘Trapezoid Stator’ motor topology at Auto Expo Components 2023 in Pragati Maidan, New Delhi (January 12-15). EVR is located at Hall A4, Stall C37.
EVR Motors has developed a unique, patented motor topology called ‘Trapezoidal Stator’ Radial Flux Permanent Magnet (TS-RFPM) motor. Compared to standard motors, EVR’s electric motors are 30%-50% lighter and smaller, cost significantly less and can be tailored to user requirements.
While EVR's first motors were originally designed for two- and three-wheelers and are suited for a wide range of additional applications, the company will also showcase new developments of a variety of motors for multiple mobility applications. These include Light Commercial Vehicles (LCVs) and e-buses along with its previous developments for two- and three-wheelers.
EVR Motors states its motors can be tailored for a wide variety of requirements and enable multiple variations based on similar design and tooling – different sizes and power, internal or external rotor, voltage ranging from 48V to 800V, air or liquid cooling.
Opher Doron, CEO of EVR Motors, ”We are excited to showcase our expanding line of electric motors at the Auto Expo. In the past year, we have signed several commercial contracts with Indian manufacturers, and we expect to see multiple motor versions on the road during 2023. India is a focal point for our activity, combining a rapid shift towards electrification with an amazing industrial base, and we are here to demonstrate our advanced technology to vehicle manufacturers.”
In May 2022, EVR had tied up with Pune-based Badve Engineering, one of India’s leading Tier-1 automotive suppliers. Badve Group will manufacture in India EVR’s proprietary Trapezoidal Stator – RFPM electric motors commercial and passenger three-wheelers (L3 and L5 categories), which are poised for strong growth in India in the coming years.
In April 2022, EVR had tied up with the Napino Group in a licensing agreement for manufacture of its e-motor for electric two-wheelers.
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