A new report from the US Environmental Protection Agency found that a transmission data transmission data (TDT) unit can deliver data from nearly half the world’s electric vehicles.
The TDT unit is designed to deliver data at a lower cost, which is why electric vehicle manufacturers have embraced it, according to a statement from the EPA.”TDT can provide up to 70 percent of the data needed by EV manufacturers to produce an electric vehicle’s operating performance and fuel economy,” the agency said in a press release.TDT units are now available for sale in the US, Australia, China, Germany, India, Japan, Netherlands, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the UK.
In the UK, TDT units can be ordered from Nissan.
The EPA says TDT can also be installed in electric vehicles equipped with the Bolt EV battery pack, which will be available later this year.
The EPA’s TDT data is used to create the vehicle’s electrical system.
A TDT device sends information from the battery pack’s battery to the transmission system, which uses TDT to communicate with the battery.TDTs can be used to provide information about battery charge status, range, and other critical information that can help determine if the battery is good for the battery’s performance.TDTS are typically used for transmission data.
However, the EPA says that TDT may also be used for other information, such as engine power or battery capacity.
The TDT report said the technology will become more affordable as electric vehicle costs continue to drop.
In addition to the US and Europe, TDTs are also being used in other markets, including in Asia, Australia and Japan.