innolectric has set itself the task of advancing electromobility as a networked and innovative company. In order to achieve this goal in the best possible way, innolectric works together with numerous partner companies, universities, and knowledge centers and benefit from the dynamically networked Ruhr region.
Since 2023, innolectric is in a strategic partnership with Bel Fuse Inc.. Through this partnership, both companies create synergies in the product portfolio so that customers can be served with various components from the partnership.
Electromobility is gaining ground worldwide in various fields of application and technological development continues to be very dynamic. innolectric works with customers from different sectors: That means exciting projects, in which all participants benefit from the exchange of knowledge, interesting personalities in the field of electromobility, and new challenges in the field of charging communication and power electronics.
The fields of electromobile applications are growing almost daily. As the innolectric team, we support our customers and partners in developing and implementing the technology of tomorrow. Our projects range from customer-specific solutions for specific requirements to products ready for series production.
The companies Accenda and Mourik have launched a hybrid model of the Liebherr R926. Thanks to the built-in innolectric On-Board Charger, flexible AC and DC charging is possible depending on local conditions.
400 km in 15 minutes: innolectric participated in the research funding project “Continuous fast charging concept for electric vehicles”, funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy. The project was successfully completed in 2022 with the development of a continuous fast charging system for electric vehicles.
In a joint research project, the cooperation partners innolectric and CBMM are investigating the possible increase in efficiency of charging components using nanocrystalline magnetic materials with niobium.
innolectric electrified a previously diesel-powered Jekko mini-crane model SPX1275 together with Liftservice Krome. The diesel engine was replaced by an efficient, electric drive train including a lithium-ion battery system.