Experimental Study on Auto- Electrical Centre (VEC)
Dr. Porag Kalita, , , ,
With the complex electronic sensors, controls and conveniences in today’s 21st century designs , the modern vehicles has become a massive collection of electrical wiring and hardware. Consequently, the electrical wiring content in a vehicle has become a significant factor in the overall cost and major factor in vehicle safety and reliability. Quality and Reliability terms are often used in relation to each other in reference to produce quality. Because, of the numerous issue relating to wire management in complex electrical system, design must be carefully planned and developed. To eliminate, these problems in today’s power distribution systems has developed as the series 3000 Vehicle Electrical Centre or VEC. The compact series 3000 offers components density up to 32 device and is ideal for distributed power approaches n, “ add-on” situation and applications where space is at a premium. Because the VEC is modular, it can be stacked to accommodate large and more complex distributions systems.
Porag Kalita et al., International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends
Volume 3, Issue 1, January-2016, pp. 30-35
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