Analysis: How electronics could save power use in cars

01/25/2013 | Electronics Weekly (U.K.)

Automotive manufacturers are seeking more energy-efficient electronics that will be less taxing on the batteries of electric vehicles and hybrids, Ramon Portas of LEM writes in this technical article. "The use of high-power lithium-ion batteries in hybrid and electric vehicles compounds the need for accurate measurement of the battery’s parameters," he writes.

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