Using multiple text and video segments, this course describes the technology of Hybrid Drivetrains, including modification procedures to install additional 10kwh battery capacity and produce a plug-in Hybrid EV (PHEV). The original gasoline engine and its hybrid equipment are not altered or removed from the vehicle. None of the vehicle's software or computer interfaces are changed. The vehicle will perform in the same hybrid modes as designed from the factory. Modifications include adding capacity to the battery pack and integrating battery management and charging components. When completed, the system will allow the Hybrid to be plugged in and charged on any 120VAC, 15 amp receptacle (basically any household outlet). The car will operate either as a normal hybrid or 100% electric drive by engaging a switch on the dashboard.
To educate the student with the basic knowledge of hybrid/electric drive vehicle technology. Students experience hands-on assembly of a working hybrid vehicle.
-up to 100 mpg per charge
-drive in electric mode at any speed
-automatic switching between EV and ICE modes
Ford Escape Hybrid
Toyota Camry Hybrid
Toyota Highlander Hybrid
Dashboard Data Display
Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery Cells
Battery Management System
Battery Containment Structure and Mounting Materials
Battery Charger & Bumper Charge Port
Cabling & Wires
Copper Bus Bars, Terminals, Screws & Connection Hardware
Student will learn and master knowledge of:
Single-School license of the Hybrid curriculum with complete assembly kit parts starts at $16,995.00. Please call for course sample 888-881-8404 or email for info.
EAS COURSEWARE PHEV HYBRID DRIVE
16 Week Course Curriculum, Instructional Lesson Plans, Assembly Instructions, 10kwh Drive Train Components, LiFePo Battery Type
see the Hybrid Maintenance Course