RadiJet develops and produces the Range Extender, which is exactly why many E-cars have been short of in competition with standard cars in terms of flexibility and range. It runs on various kinds of fuel and has very low noise and emission levels.
In the development of RadiJet’s Range Extender, DIS was responsible for implementing a BLDC motor controller and a Booster. DIS selected a Texas Instrument-based evaluation kit as the basis for a series of proof-of-concept implementations.
DIS initially chose to implement the BLDC motor controller and the Booster as two separate units in order to test their individual performance. Hereafter, the two complex algorithms had to be merged in order to be executed in the same program.
The merge between the two algorithms was successful and RadiJet now has a platform on which they can continue the validation tests. Among others, the Range Extender is used for E-cars and CHP systems.