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New S-Class with Rear Climate Control System from Preh
By: Preh, Inc.
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Using a combination of snap disks and silicone contact mats with 0.5 N actuating force, Preh achieved excellent haptics, as well as the perfect alignment of the individual function keys within the row.
Systems for a variety of control situations lie also on the software side. If, for example, the driver gets out and leaves the vehicle at rest in low temperatures, then rear-seat passengers can retrieve the motor residual heat from the climate control system, even while the ignition is turned off.
Significant software development took place at Preh at the German Development Center in Bad Neustadt, and also in collaboration with software development at the Romanian plant. From this, the control system specialist could meet all requirements of SPICE level 3, as confirmed by an assessment of MBtech (Mercedes-Benz technology), and had already taken place by the end of 2011 on behalf of Daimler. Preh’
Jochen Ehrenberg, executive vice president for product development, said, "We have been a supplier for the Mercedes-Benz S-class for more than 10 years and it is impressive how much progress we have made in the development of the climate rear control system. Overall, our contribution to the new S-class is just a detail. But the sum of perfect details ultimately makes the Mercedes flagship what it is."
Preh GmbH is a subsidiary of the exchange-listed Joyson Electronics, Ningbo, China (600699: Shanghai), and represents the Automotive Electronics Division in the Joyson Group. As a global automotive supplier with 3,210 employees, Preh achieved revenues of €462 million in 2012. With headquarters in Bad Neustadt a. d. Saale, Germany, the company has production sites in Portugal, Romania, Mexico and China, as well as a sales and development center in Novi/Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A. Preh’