EV Parts

The automotive industry is one of the most technology- and capital-intensive industries, with an extensive supply chain. From traditional sedans, SUVs and multi-purpose vehicles to the world's most anticipated smart electric vehicle industry, the EV sector has become the most talked about issue in the world, with its growth and market share even impacting on traditional automobiles, and automakers are investing heavily in related technologies to vie for a pie in the EV market. From AI to communication and entertainment to cell packaging, EV manufacturing is bringing new and groundbreaking technologies to consumers.
In addition to the growing fuel and environmental concerns, the need to redesign the EV system is an even more difficult challenge for automakers. In particular, EV battery packs, advanced driver-assistance systems, and charging piles all need to have perfect thermal solutions, and thus there is a competition among auto manufacturers in research and development worldwide to succeed Tesla, Inc. as the next leader.
T-Global will help you to tap into more possibilities for the electrification and intelligence of vehicles, including self-driving systems, safety assistance systems, transparent display components, vehicle-to-everything and more, and we believe that together we can build the "third living space" for the future of electric vehicles.

Communication Antenna Module, 5G Chip, Surveillance System, Radar System, Base Station

EV Battery Module

Battery charging and discharging will generate heat, and temperature is the key influence on battery life and charging and discharging efficiency. This is why most batteries are designed to transfer waste heat from the battery to the battery module casing for heat exchange. As there is a gap between the batteries, either one-part thermal putty or two-part potting compounds are used to fill the gap, while a thermally conductive gasket with low thermal conductivity and soft materials (approx. 2.0 to 3.0 W/mk) is applied to the top or bottom of the battery to carry heat to the outer housing.

Advanced Driver-Assistance System

The advanced driver-assistance system (ADAS) is becoming more and more popular with the future market trend of unmanned driving and the number of systems included in ADAS is increasing, so the heat problem must be tackled to prevent the product from failing to operate properly due to heat. The electronic control unit (ECU), which is responsible for analyzing and processing the information collected and then outputting the control signals, is becoming increasingly important for heat dissipation. The current design is still mainly based on a thermally conductive gasket of approx. 4.0 to 6.0W/mk with an extruded aluminum heat sink. However, as there may be multiple smaller sized wafers on the substrate that require thermal solutions, smaller sized thermally conductive gaskets of different thicknesses are used to conduct the heat so that the heat from the wafers distributed throughout the substrate can be directed to a large area heat sink that can access these heat sources for heat dissipation design.

Voltage Converter

When gasoline-powered vehicles or electric vehicles being started and generating electricity will require a voltage converter to convert the electricity into the most suitable voltage, either by AC to DC or DC to DC. The waste heat generated at the moment of voltage conversion is considerable, and temperature is also a key factor in conversion efficiency, so the heat problem must be resolved. Most of these products are designed to be airtight and usually use thicker heat-conductive gaskets to transfer heat directly to the metal casing, and the material of the heat-conductive gaskets should be soft and preferably resilient to avoid gaps at the contact interface caused by the vibration of the vehicle during movement. The thermal conductivity of the products currently used by the industry falls in the range of 2.0 to 4.0 W/mk.

Car Multimedia Navigation System

As embedded systems will be the mainstay on the market, the heat problem will be more pronounced than with the current audio/video playing devices, due to the multi-functionality and high performance of the device, and will still be present in the same space in the product as before. Especially for image processing chips, with demand for high quality images, high thermal conductivity thermal gaskets are more needed to transfer the waste heat to the heat sink, or heat pipes can be used to carry the waste heat to less concentrated areas to solve the problem of excessive heat concentration.


Because of the space constraint, the video quality of the external dashcam is becoming more and more demanding, the manufacturers are trying to reduce the temperature of the chip operating inside the product to raise the reliability of the dashcam. However, due to the presence of a camera lens, it is recommended to use a low volatile or non-silicon type thermal pad when transferring heat out of the lens to reduce the risk of contamination from volatiles. Due to the limited space available, it is also recommended to use insulated and lightweight ceramic heat sinks, together with thermal tape to dissipate heat and reduce electromagnetic interference and transmission. If the design of the product permits, a hole can be cut in the case of the product for natural convection and a small fan can be added to relieve heat when the image processing chip is getting scalding hot.

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