Peugeot 2008: Overview / Electric motor

Peugeot 2008. Electric motor

  1. Charging connectors
  2. Traction battery
  3. Accessory battery
  4. Heat pump
  5. On-board charger
  6. Electric motor
  7. Charging cable with integrated control unit

The charging connectors 1 enable 3  types of charging:

The 400  V traction battery 2 uses Lithium-Ion technology. It stores and subsequently supplies electric energy to power the electric motor, heating and air conditioning systems. Its charge level is represented by bars on a gauge, and there is a reserve power warning lamp on the instrument panel.

The 12  V accessory battery 3 powers the vehicle’s conventional electrical system. It is used to start the electric motor. This battery is automatically recharged by the traction battery.

The heat pump  4 provides passenger compartment heating and regulates traction battery and on-board charger cooling.

The on-board charger 5 manages traction battery domestic and accelerated charging.

The electric motor  6 provides motive power, based on the selected driving mode and the driving conditions. It recovers energy during vehicle braking and deceleration phases.

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