48-Volt Systems for Automotive Applications
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 24 Pages; 7 Tables, Charts & Figures
|對應車輛的起動/停止系統及微型混合動力系統的48伏系統 48-Volt Systems for Automotive Applications|
|出版日期: 2015年04月24日||內容資訊: 英文 24 Pages; 7 Tables, Charts & Figures||
Stop-start vehicle systems are becoming common in many regions of the world. For a few manufacturers, the feature is becoming a standard fitment in some markets, driven primarily by the need to meet emissions standards. The latest systems are starting to implement some of the features that were first developed for full hybrid vehicles, such as regenerative braking and electric power assistance. OEMs must get the most efficiency benefits from the smallest cost increment, and some have concluded that the current 12V electrical system is becoming an inhibitor due to its practical power limit.
Growth in light duty vehicle 48V system sales through the end of the decade will occur first in Western Europe, mainly because this region is the most aggressive in implementing fuel economy and emissions regulations. North America will follow, as will some countries in Asia Pacific. Meanwhile, German vehicle manufacturers have collaborated to develop a 48V standard that builds a foundation for more capable stop-start systems. According to Navigant Research, total global sales for light duty vehicles with 48V electrical subsystems are expected to reach just over 7 million by 2024.
This Navigant Research report analyzes the benefits and challenges of introducing 48V electrical subsystems into vehicles. The study examines the reasons to move to a higher voltage for stop-start and other component systems, why 48V is the right level, and the options for energy storage. A global forecast is provided for light-duty vehicle sales that will feature 48V systems by region through 2024. The report also analyzes the market drivers and barriers for 48V systems and profiles the key market players that are developing and introducing this technology.