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There is a second less-powerful (500-Volts, 25 kW/34 hp) permanent-magnet electric motor/generator that starts the engine when the engine is needed, provides some motive power from the battery and recharges the battery using engine power. (See bottom for more details.) It starts the engine at 1000 rpm, instead of the usual 100 rpm. (Fuel is not injected until proper oil-pressure is established, reducing wear.). The “Battery” in the diagram below should be
“Electronic Control Unit/Battery”. Some of the electric power generated by one of the generators
can be passed directly to the opposite motor without passing through the battery.
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