The next-generation electric motors exhibit particularly high power densities thanks to state-of-the-art, automated manufacturing technology. This involves incorporating round wire slots radially in the stator. This, in turn, leads to an outstandingly high fill factor in the stator as well as low coil ends. Based on the linear insertion technique, which is the method most commonly used in electric motors with distributed round-wire windings, this is a result that exceeds expectations.
In addition, the design with a permanent-magnet rotor leads to a high degree of efficiency with a visibly compact construction. This is an excellent in-wheel motor, which we also use to equip our own in-house E-axles. That way we know: it can't get any better than this.
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