The controller component of an electric car is no exception, which has an important function.
The controller is placed in the electric car powertrain construction between the battery and the inverter. The function of this component is to regulate the amount of electrical power (output) that flows from the battery to the inverter.
The amount of electric current received by the inverter is in the form of DC electric current. Which is then converted into AC electric current to drive the traction motor.
From the moving traction motor will drive the electric car drive wheels. The controller determines how fast or slow the speed of the electric car is required.
To adjust the amount of electric current output, the controller is integrated with the accelerator pedal.
The accelerator pedal is the ‘gas pedal’ of an electric car that will send a signal to the controller. How deep you step on the accelerator pedal determines the size of the electric current that flows.
The flow of electricity from the battery to the controller has full power according to the amperage voltage specifications. Later there will be a bottle neck on the controller and the opening of the electric flow is adjusted from the accelerator pedal while controlling so that the electric power is not too instant.