First of all, as to whether the plug-in hybrid will have the state of feeding, in this case, first let’s take a look at what is feeding. In fact, a simple understanding of power loss is that when the battery power is lower than the set value, this is feeding. According to the settings of some models, The power battery is less than 15%, and the engine is forced to start to charge the battery, so this is a feeding state.

Will the plug-in hybrid vehicle feed

However, for some plug-in hybrid vehicles, the feed value of BYD plug-in hybrid vehicles is basically between 15% and 70%, which can be adjusted freely. However, at present, the feed value of plug-in hybrid vehicles is set at about 50%, so for the current plug-in hybrid vehicles, Basically, there is no power loss state, because when the power drops to about 50%, the engine will work with the charger.

According to the feeding value of 15%, if it is lower than 15%, it will always be in the state of discharge during the charging process. However, when it is higher than 15%, there will be no power failure. Then the engine will take the generator to charge the battery. As long as the power of the power battery is higher than this value, there will be no feeding, Because the engine will actively charge the battery.

Will the plug-in hybrid vehicle feed

Then, when the battery power is higher than 15%, the motor will work with all its strength when stepping on the accelerator. Take BYD’s new Tang plug-in hybrid, in order to avoid feeding, BSG motor is added to the vehicle to provide charging efficiency at low speed, In fact, the difference now is that the motor driver in the hybrid can control the power, speed and speed of the motor in detail. Of course, for the texture of the vehicle when driving, it is basically a hybrid. In the design process, the power of the vehicle will not be less than 15% to reach its feeding state.


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