Originally Posted by Genius Pooh
If there is no peak 420kw remy motor controller how can it be measured???
Listen....I don't know where you get 420kW Remy motor
I do not think it is a sales specification.
I do know that the dual power inverters used to drive the two Remy motors in the hybrid buses have been referred to as "one megawatt", which would infer that each motor inverter is capable of 500 kW peak.
Also, such peak power "tails" can originate in the laboratory which often has monster power supplies and/or generators for testing and development.
Inverters (motor controllers or VFD) of that power are available for industrial applications. These would likely be larger than your "excutive sedan" and not capable of the high frequency required for the Remy.
So if you want one, buy a service replacement power inverter drive for the Allison hybrid bus system
I think you'd have to buy the complete bus first and that would cost you about a million USD. That's why I said, if you have to ask, you can't afford it