Non-Regen.(A), 1 Phase Variable Speed DC Drivesthe greatest potential for near-term electric drivetrain development will come from the synergy of single-pedal speed control, adoption of dual motors, and improved regenerative braking. operating in a regenerative mode, precise and efficient control is obtained using state-of-the-art mosfet technology.
DC Drives, Variable Speed DC Motor Speed Controlis no established convention for how ev regenerative braking should work—it tends to be different from one manufacturer to the next. the i3’s single-pedal speed control, the driver is able to seamlessly control the level of regen from zero to maximum by the amount they lift up on the pedal.
evs, there is another very important advantage to having dual motors—greatly improved regenerative braking (“regen”). leave it in a coast mode (low regen mode) and have regen-on-demand buttons like the cadillac elr and gen 2 volt.
driving a 2500-pound mini-e with dual-motor power and traction, aggressive four-wheel regenerative braking, all seamlessly controlled by a single-pedal, coming up on a twisty stretch of deserted road . at lower speeds, maximum regen would be strong, but as the car’s speed increased, maximum regenerative braking was reduced.