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Mobility and Transport

Environmentally friendly drive systems

  • Tracked vehicle
  • Electric Enduro
  • Multifunctional vehicle

Tracked vehicle

Tracked vehicle

Systems and components

  • Synchronous Motor PMS 120

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Multifunctional Vehicle Ziesel

With the off-road single-seater "Ziesel", the  Mattro Mobility Revolutions company from Austria has developed a driving machine that is causing quite a stir due to its unusual nature.

What was initially conceived as a development platform for the company's own battery and control technology became a fun and work vehicle - small, manoeuvrable and at home on any surface. The electrically driven tracked vehicles steered by a joystick can be used in a wide variety of areas, such as as working equipment for winegrowers in vineyards in northern Italy.

Two brushless disc motors from HEINZMANN's PMS 120 motor series form the core of the Mattro Ziesel's electric drive concept. These are characterised by a particularly flat design with high power density. Low moments of inertia also enable very good acceleration characteristics, and the high efficiency allows very long ranges to be achieved. With the help of HEINZMANN engines, the Ziesel achieves a peak power of 18 kW and a top speed of 30 km/h.

Electric Enduro

Electric Enduro

Systems and components

  • Synchronous Motor PMS 120

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KTM Freeride E

With the second generation of its pioneering electric motorbike, the KTM FREERIDE E-XC, KTM is bringing state of the art eMobility technology into the off-road segment. Like the conventionally powered KTM models, the KTM FREERIDE E-XC features the unmistakable KTM DNS - except with no emissions, noise and with low maintenance costs.

The state of the art electric motor PMS 120, a brushless disc-type motor from the HEINZMANN PMS motor series, the KTM PowerPack with increased battery capacity and exchangeable in seconds, and the innovative regeneration technology deliver previously undreamed of ranges. Three different riding modes (Economy, Enduro and Cross), which can be used to adjust the motor’s response characteristics, and A1 driving licence approval make the KTM FREERIDE E-XC the ultimate electric motorbike for beginners and experience professionals alike. The lightweight model also features stylish bodywork, modern graphics, an easy-to-use instrument panel and adjustable suspension elements.

KTM’s commitment to eMobility is part of a long-term strategy, which is being turned into a reality in the form of the KTM FREERIDE E-XC and KTM SX-E 5. Assisted by the PMS 120 from HEINZMANN the KTM FREERIDE E-XC tackles any challenges with the minimum of effort and fuss. Immediate high torque and easy operation with no clutch or gear lever guarantee rapid acceleration and maximum riding pleasure.

Multifunctional vehicle

Multifunctional vehicle

Systems and components

  • Synchronous Motor PMS 120

 

 

 

 

 

 

Multifunctional vehicle Mattro Bock

In addition to the “Ziesel”, the Tyrolean company Mattro is making headlines with a multifunctional vehicle called the “Bock”. The tracked vehicle has a sophisticated design featuring various connections for attachments, making it the optimum basis for developing customised vehicle concepts. The Mattro Bock is used in a wide range of areas, for example as a support vehicle for rescue units in tunnels or as a special vehicle for disarming land mines.

The robot platform is powered by two PMS 120 disc-type motors from HEINZMANN. With their compact dimensions, high efficiency and dynamic running behaviour, these motors have proved to be the ideal solution for the special vehicle.

Each motor has a diameter of just 230 mm, with a length of only 160 mm including the 42 mm shaft stub, and delivers a nominal output of 4.4 kW at a peak torque of up to 13 Nm and with a 96 VDC supply voltage. Thanks to the sensitive power output, each chain can be individually controlled, making the tracked vehicle extremely manoeuvrable even on tough terrain. The Bock is the only known robot platform to reach a maximum speed of up to 30 km/h.

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