KIA Niro: Hybrid Control System - Service Data

Hybrid Power Control Unit (HPCU)

Brake Switch

Brake Switch

  • Type : ON/OFF Switch

DC Fuse

DC Fuse

High Voltage Battery System

High Voltage Battery System

Battery Pack Assembly

General Specification

Warning

Warning

Main high voltage battery pack assembly (180V) + Sub high voltage battery pack assembly (180V)

Operating Specification

Power Relay Assembly (PRA)

Power Relay Assembly (PRA)

High Voltage Battery Control System

High Voltage Battery Control System

Main Fuse

Main Relay (+)/ (-)

Main Relay (+)/ (-)

Pre-Charge Relay

Pre-Charge Relay

Battery Current Sensor

Battery Current Sensor

Battery Temperature & Air Inlet Temperature Sensor

Battery Temperature & Air Inlet Temperature Sensor

Air Inlet Temperature Sensor

Battery Temperature Sensor (Side of cell) Battery Temperature Sensor (Side of cell)

High Voltage Battery Cooling System High Voltage Battery Cooling System

Cooling Fan

Current

Duty

Duty

Low Voltage DC/DC Converter (LDC)

Low Voltage DC/DC Converter (LDC)

Low Voltage DC/DC Converter (LDC) (Inside HPCU)

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