Camry 2007

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Toyota Camry 2007-2008

This system generates a motive force by combining the engine, MG1, and MG2 in accordance with the driving conditions. Representative examples of the various combinations are described below.

  1. Starting. (Driven by MG2)
    1. Supply of electrical power from the HV battery to MG2 provides force to drive the front wheels.

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      Fig. Supply of electrical power from the HV battery to MG2 provides force to drive the front wheels

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  3. During acceleration with the engine.
    1. While the front wheels are being driven by the engine via the planetary gears, MG1 is also being driven by the engine via the planetary gears, in order to supply the electricity that MG1 generates to MG2.

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      Fig. While the front wheels are being driven by the engine via the planetary gears, MG1 is also being driven by the engine via the planetary gears, in order to supply the electricity that MG1 generates to MG2.

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  5. Charging the HV Battery.
    1. MG1 is rotated by the engine via the planetary gears, in order to charge the HV battery.

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      Fig. MG1 is rotated by the engine via the planetary gears, in order to charge the HV battery

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  7. During Deceleration Driving.
    1. When the vehicle is decelerating, kinetic energy from the front wheels is recovered and converted into electrical energy by means of MG2, and used to recharge the HV battery.

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      Fig. When the vehicle is decelerating, kinetic energy from the front wheels is recovered and converted into electrical energy by means of MG2, and used to recharge the HV battery



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      Fig. System operation diagram

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