Different needs: Intelligent Power Distribution Unit (iPDU)
What does Eaton's intelligent PDU do? Watch this quick video for a simple explanation. Learn more about how the iPDU leverages industry experience to ensure complete power protection while enabling vehicle performance and diagnostics.
A better way: High-Voltage Inverter
Eaton has a family of inverters to address the unique needs of EV drivers. Watch this quick video for a simple explanation.
Right direction: 48-Volt Mild Hybrid System
What does Eaton’s 48-volt mild hybrid system do? Watch this quick video for a simple explanation. Eaton’s integrated solution addresses the ever-growing concern about fuel costs and emissions regulations.
eMobility at Eaton
The eMobility business at Eaton is ready and excited to help OEMs innovate the electric vehicles of today and tomorrow.
Intelligent Power Distribution Unit (iPDU) Product Overview
Learn important product details and how Eaton's iPDU is an excellent solution for power distribution in electric vehicles.
Power electronics are an important part of hybrid and electric vehicles due to the many ways they convert voltage. Learn more about our eMobility power electronics products.
Power systems blend electrical and mechanical power in electric vehicles. Learn more about our eMobility Power Systems products.
Power Distribution and Protection
What is Power Distribution and Protection? Our experts explain how we are using our expertise and applying it to electric vehicles.
Why partner with Eaton?
Looking for a partner for your electrified vehicle program? Scott Adams, SVP eMobility sales, marketing and product development, explains how our scale, high voltage experience, and vehicle development knowledge separate Eaton from other suppliers.
Gain some quick insights from our eMobility future technology experts who are looking at where the electrified vehicle market is headed and how Eaton is developing products to meet tomorrow’s challenges.
Autonomous Vehicles and eMobility
See how the team at Eaton is working together to foster collaboration among those in key sectors such as industrial, electrical and vehicle and thinking of new ways to apply traditional knowledge.
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