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HomeLatest NewsAllison electric axles replace traditional transmissions without redesign.

Allison electric axles replace traditional transmissions without redesign.

Allison TransmissionAmerican company based in New York plans to introduce new electric bridges eGen Power designed for use in electric vehicles for municipal services For example, the collection of urban garbage. The supplier will take advantage of the IFAT Munich segment from May 30 to June 3, 2022 to demonstrate a solution that allows completely replace the transmission of the diesel power unit without changing the design of vehicles.

transmission Allison eGen Power ready to replace traditional transmissions as they have been designed to fit between rear wheels trucks, on the axle that connects them, so there is no need to make any adjustments to the chassis. Thus, this solution can be fully integrated into existing vehicles on the market and is suitable for compatibility with the production processes of vehicles of most manufacturers, according to the American company.

The integrated electric drive system is designed to enable inside the frame commercial truck standard. It includes electric motors high speed and multi-stage transmission, eliminating the need for additional cardan shafts. It also includes an oil cooling system powered by electric pumps, all on the required support structures.

Also included as an option power electronics making it a complete transmission solution. In addition, the eGen Power gimbal can be adapted to various electric propulsion technologies. So, for example, it can work with a battery-powered electric vehicle, but it is also designed or designed for use in fuel cell vehicles and hybrid applications such as extended range vehicles or mass-produced hybrids.

At the moment, the American manufacturer has not released the technical data and specifications of these transmissions, except for the details of all of them, which also include an energy regeneration system for the braking and deceleration phases.

Production will start in November 2021 on an electric axle production line at its plant in Auburn Hills, Michigan. A 10,000 square meter plant in which EGen Power 100D for heavy vehicles 6×2 and EGen Power 130D, which is intended for use in Europe and the Asia-Pacific region. In addition, the plant produces a model EGen Power 100SDesigned for heavy 6×4 tractors and heavy tandem axle vehicles as well as medium trucks and school buses.


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