Inductive charging

The BRUSA engineers are proud of having developed the Inductive Charging System (ICS115) for BMW, which shapes the future of wireless charging. It is the first inductive charging solution in series that has been certified according to the Wireless Power Transfer Standard IEC61980.

Become part of this successful team. To enhance our Inductive Charging Division, we are looking for specialists. Have a look at our career opportunities.

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Congratulation to EPFL

EPFLoop - the EPF-Lausanne (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne) Team came 3rd out of 18 in the Hyperloop Pod Competition organized by Elon Musk’s Space X. EPFLoop uses a BRUSA motor and inverter for the competition. The use of the BRUSA inverter was a substantial advantage for the pod, thanks to its recuperation capabilities.

In order to accelerate the development of functional prototypes and encourage student innovation, SpaceX...

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Increasing production NLG664

In response to the high demand of our NLG664 highspeed charger, BRUSA has decided to substantially increase production capacity. “Our customers often need a unit for testing or prototyping, the increase in capacity will allow us to better react to this need” said Roderick Tanzer, Team Leader Component and Project Sales at BRUSA. NLG664 is the first commercially available 22kW charger worldwide. Its compact und light construction allows it to be...

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SEA Electric powered by BRUSA

ISUZU Australia Ltd and SEA Electric launched a Battery Electric Truck at Megatrans in Melbourne. BRUSA Elektronik AG is proud to support ISUZU and SEA in this purely Australian project.

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BRUSA boost e-drivetrains

Better drive-trains for third-generation electric vehicles are the target of a European Horizon 2020 project, headed by the French research lab Leti. Called ModulED, the three-year project will cover boosting drivetrain performance, improving manufacturing efficiency, reducing environmental impact and vehicle cost. The subjects include for example use of Gallium nitride (GaN) semiconductors, manufacturing motor magnets with reduced rare-earth...

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BRUSA is attending the 30th EVS

The 30th Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition (EVS30) is taking place at the Messe Stuttgart from October 9th to11th. The EVS30 is the major meeting point of the entire electric mobility industry. Meet BRUSA`s experts at booth H12, get an update of our latest developments and discuss the trends in electric mobility with the E-Pioneers.

Join our expert for inductive charging, Mr. Lukas Böhler at the Dialogue Session in Hall 1 on October 10th...

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Successful ISO update

BRUSA Elektronik AG successfully passed the re-certification for the ISO-update 9001:2015 without deviations. The conversion to the revised standard ISO 9001:2015 has been implemented systematically and in accordance to the requirements. Leadership is the main focus of the revised standard. Leaders are considered accountable and knowledge is viewed as a resource.

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Fire truck of the future

During its 150th birthday celebrations, the Austrian fire service supplier Rosenbauer presented a concept study Concept Fire Truck. The study provides a foretaste of the fire truck of tomorrow. The Concept Truck is powered by a hybrid system, which was developed in a joint project with the Swiss company BRUSA Elektronik AG. The Concept Fire Truck embodies a completely new approach. It is a design study that focuses on the claim to provide the...

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BRUSA donates to electricians school

BRUSA Elektronik AG made a donation to Shanti-Switzerland for its involvement in Bangladesh. The project initiative built a school for electricians there in 2007, this provides a future for unemployed youth. Since then, over 80 electricians have been trained. Jakob Schaub, founder of Shanti-Switzerland accepted the donation gratefully: "We can make good use of the money because a lightening stroke destroyed some of our electronic equipment."...

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The Forze VII is unleashed

After months of hard work, it finally pays off: student team Forze from Delft University of Technology presents the new hydrogen race car of the future. The Forze VII was officially unveiled during the Gamma Racing Day in the Netherlands. In the car: BRUSA‘s DC/DC converter BDC546.
Tests are underway and the results are promising. It is extremely important that the car can cover long distances safely and meet all strict safety conditions of...

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