EPVA is the Mother Company that holds all the intellectual property such as Designs,wiring diagrams, software and all internally developed systems, EPVA holds all licence agreements between all the Electrical Vehicle companies that fall under our Association.
We deal with all the 3D CAD modeling, Systems integration, Research and development that goes into each and every vehicle and the distribution of our conversion systems and the licence agreements between third parties.
We are here to enable Africa to advance its transportation industry just as the rest of the Planet is, We believe that we can make a huge impact on transportation sectors across africa, we would like to hugely decrease the CO2 emissions that the transportation industry in Africa releases, in doing so we aim to make transportation more Reliable, Effective and overall Easier and More cost effective to maintain and operate.
LEADERS IN THE
ELECTRIC SAFARI VEHCILES
Electric Safari Pty Ltd specialises in converting normally aspirated vehicles into fully electric vehicles. The technology we currently use is the best in the world for this application with motors that have a 95% efficiency rate that are dust proof and waterproof.
Our aim in the future is to convert all vehicles in environmentally sensitive areas to becoming more environmentally friendly as we provide a solution to be off the grid and non-reliant on fossil fuels.
INDUSTRIES WE SPECILIZE IN
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HOW DO ELECTRIC VEHICLES WORK
Electric vehicles (EVs), also referred to as battery electric vehicles, have an electric motor instead of an internal combustion engine. .
Battery (all-electric auxiliary)
In an electric drive vehicle, the auxiliary battery provides electricity to power vehicle accessories.
The charge port allows the vehicle to connect to an external power supply in order to charge the traction battery pack.
This device converts higher-voltage DC power from the traction battery pack to the lower-voltage DC power needed to run vehicle accessories and recharge the auxiliary battery.
Electric traction motor:
Takes the incoming AC electricity supplied via the charge port and converts it to DC power for charging the traction battery. It also communicates with the charging equipment and monitors battery characteristics such as voltage, current, temperature, and state of charge while charging the pack.
Power electronics controller:
This unit manages the flow of electrical energy delivered by the traction battery, controlling the speed of the electric traction motor and the torque it produces.
Thermal system (cooling):
This system maintains a proper operating temperature range of the engine, electric motor, power electronics, and other components.
Traction battery pack:
Stores electricity for use by the electric traction motor.
The transmission transfers mechanical power from the electric traction motor to drive the wheels.
Contact us to find out more and see how we can help you convert your vehicle
1 loco street, Nelspruit, Mpumalanga 1200, South Africa
+27 (13) 755 4317