Racing Cars Development

SCG 003C

The whole SCG 003C development has been taken care of by our engineers, starting from the target setting process, and including chassis design, aerodynamic studies, electronics integration, powertrain installation.

With a project track record that is astounding by many standards, the 003C from Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus has been completed in a rule-breaking time of 14 months, from the preliminary style sketch to the first track test.

The engineering of the entire vehicle has been set around the specific targets required to compete successfully at the 24 Hours Nürburgring race. The net result consists in two successful seasons in 2015-2019 Nürburgring VLN championship, culminating in 5 class wins, an overall pole position at the 2017 ADAC 24 Hours race achieved by driver Jeff Westphal and 8th overall in 2019 ADAC 24 Hours.

Nürburgring, 27 May 2017

45th ADAC Zurich 24H Race: SCG 003C pole position

Battery Management System Hardware features

  • Scalable: decentralized architecture BMS and several CSCs
  • Voltage level: 400V and up to >800V
  • Safety
  • Double μC with redundant communication (digital fault lines for OV, UV, OT)
  • Insulation monitoring unit
  • Crash detection, interlock signal, liquid leak detection
  • Interfaces
  • 2x CAN Bus
  • Low voltage interfaces
  • Analog and digital I/O’s
  • Channels for contactors and relays control
  • 2x Analog Current sensor interfaces
  • 4x HV measurement channels
  • Min 6 to max 16 cells voltage measurement per CSC
  • Max 8 temperature sensors per CSC

Battery Management System Software features

  • Cell limits monitoring
  • Power prediction (SoP)
  • SoC and SOH Evaluation
  • Balancing control
  • Contactor Control
  • Thermal Management Control
  • Data Logging
  • Operating Mode Control
  • Start-up and pre-charge
  • Driving
  • Charging
  • Shut down and discharge
  • Charger (AC & DC) Interfaces

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