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The wheel was (almost) reinvented - ORBIS Ring-Drive

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Really many have already tried to reinvent the wheel. But nobody has ever really succeeded. Nevertheless, there are some innovations that leave an impression. When wheel tuning there are now more options than just to assemble various wheel / tire combinations. We are talking about the so-called ORBIS Ring-Drive. The ORBIS Ring-Drive is an innovative development that offers enormous potential and has been around for quite some years. You can hardly believe how this system works and what it can do.

really effective in city traffic

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The idea behind the ORBIS Ring-Drive is relatively simple. The ORBIS Ring-Drive represents a further development of the wheel hub motor known in electric vehicles. It produces propulsion in which an electric motor rotates around a hub, which is permanently installed. With wheel hub motors and especially with the ORBIS Ring-Drive technology you can enable important functions. So you have a Honda Civic Type R using the ORBIS Ring-Drive technology from a front-wheel drive to four-wheel drive converted. Another example is in a HMMWV M1114 (High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle) has been realized. Here, the entire powertrain, which is very solid and therefore very heavy is replaced by four ORBIS Ring-Drive units each on one of the four wheels. The result is an off-road vehicle that is lighter and therefore more agile. In addition, the vehicle has become much quieter due to the electric drive, is more environmentally friendly and efficient.

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ORBIS will offer the technology as a set in the future. This allows everyone to convert their own vehicle to an electric vehicle with pure electric drive or hybrid drive with parallel to the combustion engine equipped electric drive. If you are interested in the mobility of tomorrow, this technology is a very good option. The idea is basically simple. ORBIS Ring-Drive's GreenWheels will make tomorrow's mobility affordable for everyone and eliminate the need to invest in expensive complete electric vehicles. And perhaps more importantly, this technology brings electric vehicle mass transit years closer by allowing current internal combustion vehicles to work part-time in electric vehicle mode. In a typical city taxi or ride-in scenario, a conventional vehicle with a combustor often idles during operating hours and at a speed of 30-60 km / h (or less) and thus consumes a large portion of the fuel when stationary.

Orbis® Making Mobility Green

This is a worst-case scenario for the internal combustion engine that operates inefficiently and exhibits increased emissions at standstill or slow speeds, especially when no start-stop technology is installed. If, however, the Greenwheels On non-driven wheels, the vehicle will be powered by electrical energy when traveling at a speed of less than 48 km / h. Using fossil fuels for higher-speed travel is just the beginning of the savings and efficiency GreenWheels offers. GreenWheels is a complete system that integrates with existing vehicle management. In addition to the GreenWheel (s), a battery and an ECU interface are installed in a process that normally takes two hours. The total weight is about 100 pounds and includes a lightweight high performance LiION battery. We hope you the info report to the term ORBIS Ring-Drive (GreenWheel) from the field of autotuning. Our goal is that the largest German-language tuning dictionary (Tuning Wikipedia) and to explain tuning terms from A to Z easily and understandably. Almost every day we expand this encyclopedia and how far we are already can you HERE see. Soon the next one will be Tuning scene concept be illuminated by us. Incidentally, you will be informed about new topics if you have ours Feed subscribe to.

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