Modine Releases Cabin Climate System

The CCS delivers temperature control for EV cabins, offering heating and cooling capabilities.

The CCS delivers temperature control for EV cabins, offering heating and cooling capabilities.
The CCS delivers temperature control for EV cabins, offering heating and cooling capabilities.
Modine

Modine has announced the expansion of its EVantage portfolio with the launch of the Cabin Climate System (CCS). The CCS is a thermal management solution designed for commercial, off-highway and specialty electric vehicles (EVs).

The CCS delivers temperature control for EV cabins, offering heating and cooling capabilities. 

With 12kW of cooling capacity and 10kW of heating capacity, the EVantage CCS delivers the required interior temperature and performance in operating environments. Its modular design makes the CCS a solution for a range of vehicle applications, including commercial, off-highway and specialty EVs. Designed to integrate into the vehicle’s chassis to reduce design complexity, the system's capabilities are driven by smart electric components, such as an ingress-protected high-voltage electric compressor, a high-voltage coolant heater and coolant pump and Modine’s proprietary heat exchangers. 

Ev Ccs Angle5Modine“Cabin heating and cooling are crucial for EV passenger and operator comfort, which is why our Cabin Climate System is designed for performance, reliability, and long-term value,” explained Sarah Williams, product manager at Modine. “Recognizing the challenges often faced by technology upgrades, we developed the CCS to simplify integration with EV HVAC systems. This innovative solution ensures that passenger comfort remains uncompromised while optimizing vehicle operation and drastically reducing switching costs.” 

Offering serviceability for Modine customers, the components of the CCS are compatible with Modine EVantage Thermal Management Systems. The CCS has an integrated master thermal controller and Modine-developed firmware to provide both heating and cooling with reduced design complexity. 

“Modine has been at the forefront of vehicle thermal management system innovation, and this expansion beyond traditional under-the-hood systems into the vehicle cabin is a natural evolution for us,” said Gina Maria Bonini, vice president and general manager of Advanced Thermal Systems at Modine. “With this strategic expansion, we are showing the commitment to innovation and efficiency Modine has made to its customers. Comprehensive thermal management naturally also includes cabin comfort, and we are delighted at the response we’ve received from our EV customers to this new solution.” 

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