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Tesla Model Y Exposed: Heat Pump and Octovalve

Cory Steuben  (President, Munro & Associates, Inc.)

Location: USA

Date: Thursday, November 12

Time: 11:15 am - 12:00 pm

Pass Type: Virtual Conference Pass (Paid), Virtual Conference Pass + EU (Paid), Virtual EU Conference Pass (Paid), Virtual Expo Pass (Free)

Format: Open Tech Forum Session (Free)

Vault Recording: TBD

Audience Level: All

TTI, Inc

Gain insight into the intricacies of the Tesla Model Y heat pump system and become familiar with the world’s best EV thermal management system. Cory Steuben, President of Munro & Associates, will walk you through the key elements of the brilliant design. The presentation with cover both the r1234yf heat pump system and the glycol cooling interface to the high voltage components. Multiple components will be shown with full 3D CT scans to illustrate the complex nature of the assemblies. The presentation will compare several system attributes of Tesla’s execution to the leading competitive EV’s. Key take-aways will provide a deep insight into multiple EV thermal and electrical system advancements. Tesla continues to uncomfortably push OEM’s and suppliers to new levels of integration and design. Come see the parts and be a part of the discussion during the open tech forum.