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Feature 1,500 and 3,000 V are slightly less, at 5.2, 10.6 and 21.6 mm, respectively. Such minimum distances must be taken into consideration in the design of any high-voltage busbars and its conductor and connector spacings. Otherwise, busbar manufacturers can review the minimum requirements for a busbar intended for use Figure 3. The edges of a busbar may or may not be sealed with insulating material depending upon the requirements of an application. within an EV/HEV, or other power distribution applicaHEV requirement and several spacing distances within the tion, detailing the tradeoffs between cost and material busbar, such as clearance and creepage distances. Dependchoices and performance. Of course, for EV/HEV power ing upon the busbar manufacturer and the busbar's metaldistribution applications, drive safety is an added concern lization and dielectric materials, the clearance and creepage and busbar materials selection should be performed with distances will be a function of voltage capacity. Clearance is the intent of achieving the highest reliability possible, not the shortest allowable distance in air between two cononly for meeting vehicle warranty requirements but for the ductors to prevent arcing, while clearance is the shortest safety of the driver and passengers. distance along the surface of an insulator between two conductors to prevent arcing. Using a ROLINX busbar as an example, the minimum For more information, contact Rogers Corp. at clearance distances for voltages of 750, 1,500 and 3,000 www.rogerscorp.com. V are 5.5, 11.0 and 22.0 mm, respectively. The minimum creepage distances for the same type of busbar for 750, Sept 13-15, 2016 Novi, MI, USA THE INDUSTRY LEADING EVENT SHOWCASING ADVANCED BATTERY TECHNOLOGY REGISTER ONLINE NOW FOR A FREE EXPO PASS WWW.THEBATTERYSHOW.COM www.BatteryPowerOnline.com Co-located with 500+ EXHIBITORS LAUNCHING IN EUROPE 4-6 April, 2017, Sindelfingen, Stuttgart, Germany thebatteryshow.eu #TBS16 Fall 2016 * Battery Power 13 http://www.rogerscorp.com http://www.thebatteryshow.eu http://WWW.THEBATTERYSHOW.COM http://www.BatteryPowerOnline.com

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Battery Power - Fall 2016

Improving Lithium-Ion Battery for Future Energy Storage Needs
Protecting Lithium Batteries and Battery Packs from Runaway Thermal Events
Sorting Busbar Choices for Electric Vehicle Power Distribution
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