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   RES Range Extender System 
 

The R.E.S. project (Range Extender System) is characterized by an endothermic engine and a current generator specifically designed to increase the autonomy of an electric car. The objectives are maximum efficiency, minimum cost, minimum bulk and minimum weight.
The Range Extender System is designed to intervene only in case of emergency, when the battery drops below a certain threshold value so as to allow arriving at the next charging station. It allows to pass the RANGE ANXIETY and encourages the diffusion of a 100% electric car fleet. Created for the automotive sector, it has been developed to meet a broad implication in the future given the importance that electric traction is acquiring today.
RES is configured as a low-cost charging unit that can be used by a wide range of vehicles so that it can be housed in the spare wheel compartment of the vehicle.
The project is protected by patent coverage.

 

   TECHNICAL DATA
 
Cylinder   500 cc
Configuration 2 horizontal opposing cylinders (boxer)
 Bore 72 mm
 Piston stroke       61,4 mm
 Max rotation 4000 rpm
 Power 20 KW
 Torque 46 Nm
 Measurements of electrical generator 520 mm X 350 mm X 290 mm
Weight 18 kg (endothermic part) + 20 kg (generator)
Injection system PFI
Cooling system Liquid
Architecture SOHC
Valves each cylinder 2