Introducing the TM4 BCI20 Bi-directional Charger Inverter
The TM4 BCI20 is an innovative bi-directional charger inverter that functions as battery charger and inverter for use in a variety of electric and hybrid vehicle applications. It is designed to use the full current range from the AC mains as defined in SAE J1772 for a maximum charge power of 18kW on 240 VAC
Prestolite E-Propulsion Systems - SUMO electric motor manufacturing
This video shows the manufacturing process of TM4's electric motor and inverters at its Chinese Joint Venture, Prestolite E-Propulsion Systems (PEPS). Leveraging TM4’s licensed technologies, PEPS develops, manufactures and markets hybrid and electric motor systems for the Chinese market.
A Career at TM4 (french)
At TM4, you will have the opportunity to contribute to the advancement of a clean, efficient and high-performance technology. You will also have the opportunity to make a personal difference, because at TM4, there are always new and interesting challenges. We support our employees and support opportunities to develop their knowledge. We invest in training by assuming the cost of customized training and professional development activities relevant to their work.
Introduction to TM4 CO150 inverter
TM4 is offering its CO150 traction inverter as part of its MOTIVE electric and hybrid powertrain systems, but it has also been adapted to many third-party motors and generators. Used in several automotive, commercial vehicle and motorsport applications, the CO150 is a versatile and very powerful motor controller with an unmatched current density.
TM4 introduces the NEURO 200 vehicle controller
TM4 has introduced the new fully programmable TM4 NEURO 200 vehicle controller (also called VCU or VMU) designed specifically for electric and hybrid vehicles. Engineered according to ISO26262 principles, economical prototyping to production is achieved in a Simulink® environment using the new TM4 SynApps platform.
*Outdated* Prestolite E-Propulsion Systems - Electric Motor Manufacturing
*Oudated* This video shows the manufacturing process of TM4's electric motor and inverters at its Chinese Joint Venture, Prestolite E-Propulsion Systems (PEPS). Leveraging TM4’s licensed technologies, PEPS develops, manufactures and markets hybrid and electric motor systems for the Chinese market.