1. Product Descriptions
Product Name: Hybrid Car Battery for Honda Civic 2006
Peak Discharge(30C discharge for 10S)
Peak Charge(15C charge for 10S)
Continuous Discharge (15C discharge for 60S)
2. Hybrid Car Introduction
Hybrid vehicles generally refer to vehicles that use electric motors as the engine's auxiliary power. Honda Civic Hybrid uses Honda's second-generation hybrid system. The 1.3-displacement 3-level i-VTEC main engine engine is based on intelligently controlled VTEC. The valve timing and lift electronic control system controls the valve through three stages of low speed, high speed, and cylinder stop. Auxiliary power motors are equipped with miniaturized high-efficiency Honda IMA (Integrated Motor Assist System). The engine's maximum output power is 71.5kW, its maximum output torque is 170N.m, its power is 55kW, and with the motor's 15kW power, the whole power system can achieve the power output and torque output of a 1.8L gasoline engine.
The Honda Civic Hybrid uses a cylindrical nickel-metal hydride rechargeable battery, the voltage can reach 158V, ensure the output power of 16kW, and thus drive the power of 15kW motor. The hybrid Civic fixed the motor to the crankshaft and was installed between the gasoline engine and the CVT continuously variable transmission. In December 2001, Honda added hybrid technology to its main vehicle Civic, introduced a new Civic Hybrid, and sold it in Japan and the United States.
3. Hybrid Vehicle Type
Full Hybrid or Strong Hybrid can be driven using only the internal combustion engine, or batteries and electric motors; they can also be used together. This type of combination requires a larger battery with a higher voltage.
Toyota's Prius and Ford's Escape fall into this category.
Assist hybrid batteries and motors are used as auxiliary engines to accelerate the vehicle. An example is Honda's Insight.
The e-4WD developed by Mazda is also a similar system. The e-4WD is equipped with a motor in the rear wheel of the front wheel drive vehicle, and thrust in the rear wheel when needed.
Technically speaking, the Micro Hybrid is not really a hybrid vehicle. In so-called "lightly mixed" power vehicles, the electric motor does not push the wheels, and only large starter motors are used. When the internal combustion engine is started, the internal combustion engine is turned to a higher operating speed. This can make the start of the internal combustion engine more efficient and save gasoline, so this kind of car can turn off the internal combustion engine during deceleration and braking. The motor can also store power through regenerative braking. However, this type of vehicle can only save about 10% of gasoline, and it is far from the average real hybrid vehicle.
This is a relatively new invention, using hydraulics and machinery instead of electrical parts: pumps instead of motors/generators, and hydraulic accumulators instead of batteries. Hydraulic accumulators are less expensive and much more durable than batteries. In the 1980s, Volvo used this principle to invent heavy vehicles such as buses and trucks. It is still a research project. The same principle of the transmission mode is widely used in the railway hydraulic drive diesel vehicle.