The availability and safety expectations for commercial trucks are constantly increasing. A shift toward autonomous driving, electric mobility, and fuel efﬁciency guidelines are changing the electrical design requirements of trucks.
E-T-A's well-proven resettable automotive circuit breakers replace MINI® and ATO® blade-type fuses, minimize time for trouble-shooting and avoid unnecessary and expensive vehicle downtimes.
E-T-A smart devices provide ﬂexible control of loads, like pumps, ﬂasher circuits and other key sub-assemblies. E-T-A products feature signiﬁcantly lower power consumption and elimination of switching noise. Diagnostic and monitoring functions like current measurement, voltage monitoring and wire break monitoring are also available.
For electric drive systems E-T-A offers a powerful high-voltage contactor with a compact design for electric vehicle applications. The HVR10 combines physical isolation of high voltages via an electromechanical contact and state-of-the-art semiconductor technology.
E-T-A power relays are ideal for switching high current loads up to 300 amps as well as battery management in trucks. The power relays are made with high-end and corrosion-proof materials, making them extremely robust and able to withstand environmental factors like shock, vibration, water and dust. The compact design and low weight enables flexible installation in demanding applications.
And, as a designer you are facing continuous pressures to design more competitive trucks all while reducing cost. Installing E-T-A’s power relays into your 12/24 VDC electrical system can help you:
- Extend vehicle lifespan - > 250,000 cycles and corrosion proof materials helps increase the lifespan and reliability your equipment.
- Enhance design flexibility - Standard and alternative mounting possibilities & IP6K9K/IP67 rating allow you to install the relay where it works best in your design - even in the harshest environments.
- Save space & reduce vehicle weight - the MPR20 is more compact and weighs 50% less the standard relays on the market today.