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Cutting-edge electric drives for off-highway applications
Dana Incorporated

Dana will display its extensive range of advanced drive and motion innovations for electrified off-highway equipment at iVT Expo 2022, as well as highly engineered systems that improve the performance and fuel efficiency of conventional diesel-powered machinery.

In recent years, Dana has expanded its toolbox of offerings for the broad range of low- and high-voltage off-highway vehicle applications, including motors, inverters, controls and software, as well as thermal management products for batteries and power electronics.

Dana also has deep in-house expertise to help it deliver fully integrated electric drive systems for vehicle applications, facilitated by nimble teams of mechanical, electrical, electronic, software and mechatronic engineers, as well as powerful systems integration capabilities.

At iVT Expo, Dana will display a new Spicer Electrified e-Powershift transmission, now available for prototype testing by OEMs. This modular, flexible two-speed solution offers power take-off (PTO) functionality for electrified heavy-duty mining vehicles, including small- to medium-sized loaders and trucks used in underground mining, as well as construction wheel loaders, large lift trucks and terminal tractors.

The dual-motor version of the e-Powershift transmission supports continuous power outputs up to 240kW (322hp); the single-motor configuration is engineered for 120kW (161hp) of continuous output.

Dana has also demonstrated its continued investment in technologies to improve the fuel efficiency and productivity of diesel-powered vehicles with the introduction of the Spicer HVT1, an advanced powersplit transmission that enables the superior performance and sustainability of agriculture telehandlers.

The Spicer HVT1 supports power inputs from 80-115kW (110-155hp) and offers fuel savings of up to 30% compared with agriculture telehandlers that use conventional transmissions.

Currently undergoing field tests with several global OEMs, the Spicer HVT1 leverages more than a decade of Dana expertise in developing hydromechanical variable transmissions for the off-highway market. Dana already produces other market-ready HVTs for construction, agriculture, material handling and forestry applications.

Dana offers significant advantages across the board compared with existing competitive conventional transmissions, helping next-generation telehandlers achieve new levels of productivity, performance, control, refinement, fuel efficiency, ease of use and operator comfort.

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