Emergency Response Guide for Fiat 500e
®
FIAT
First Responders Guide
First Edition
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Contents:
• Introduction
• Vehicle Identification
• Vehicle Systems and Components Description
• System Operation
• High Voltage Labels
• Procedures
• Quick Reference Card
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Introduction:
This guide provides essential
information to help you respond to
emergency situations involving the
FIAT® 500e. This is a Battery
Electric Vehicle (BEV). The intent
of this guide is to provide vehicle
identification, system description
and operation, high voltage labels
and procedural information that will
allow you to address this vehicle in
the safest manner possible. This
vehicle has a High Voltage (HV)
battery system that contains a
large amount of energy. This
vehicle does not use petroleumbased fuels.
2013 FIAT® 500e has an electric propulsion
system that can deliver an estimated 100
highway miles range of battery-only electric
power and zero emissions from a single charge.
Charging can be provided by a 120 or 240
Voltage Alternating Current (AC) Electric Vehicle
Service Equipment (EVSE) when connected to
the vehicle.
Note: The descriptions in this guide reflect the intended design behavior under normal operating
conditions. Due care should always be exercised when handling damaged vehicles.
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FIAT® 500e Vehicle Identification – Exterior:
FIAT® 500e
FIAT® 500 (Internal Combustion)
The FIAT® 500e has unique badging on
the Front, Sides and Rear of the vehicle.
The FIAT® 500 with an internal
combustion engine has badging on the
side Quarter Panels on some models of
the vehicle.
The badging has the following logo:
The badging has the following logos:
Front Fascia has concave dimples and
round holes.
Front Fascia has hexagonal lattice.
Both Quarter Panels have concave
dimples.
Both Quarter Panels are smooth without
concave dimples.
Some models have
raised trim with logo.
Rear Fascia has many round holes.
Rear Fascia does not have round holes.
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FIAT® 500e Vehicle Identification – Exterior Front:
FIAT® 500e
Front Fascia
has concave
dimples or
round holes
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FIAT® 500 (Internal Combustion)
Front Fascia has hexagonal lattice and
is without 500e logo
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FIAT® 500e Vehicle Identification – Exterior Sides:
FIAT® 500e
FIAT® 500 (Internal Combustion)
Passenger’s side
Both Quarter
Panels are
smooth
without
concave
dimples.
Some
models have
raised trim
with logo
Passenger’s side
Driver’s side
Both Quarter
Panels have
concave dimples
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FIAT® 500e Vehicle Identification – Exterior Rear:
FIAT® 500e
FIAT® 500 (Internal Combustion)
Rear Fascia
has round holes
Rear Fascia surface is without round holes
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FIAT® 500e Vehicle Identification - Underhood / Interior:
Interior
Underhood
X
The FIAT 500e vehicle has Underhood Trim
Cover and Logo.
The FIAT 500e instrument cluster has a unique
Battery Electric Fuel Gauge and the passenger
dash panel has the Logo.
These are unique to the FIAT® 500e and are not on the internal combustion engine version of the FIAT 500.
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Vehicle Systems and Components:
The FIAT® 500e has the following systems:
•
Battery Electric Propulsion Control System
•
Electrical Energy Storage System
•
HV Battery Plug-in Charging System
•
Advanced Thermal Management System
•
Supplemental Restraint System – Air Bags
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Vehicle Systems and Components:
Battery Electric Propulsion Control System
83 kW of electric drive motor peak power
1918 Nm of maximum torque at the front wheels
Power
Electronics
• Electric Drive Motor
• Generator Function
Electric
Drive
Motor
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Vehicle Systems and Components:
Electrical Energy Storage System
HV Battery System
12 V Battery
12 V Battery
• Lead Acid Technology
HV Battery System
•
•
•
•
Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
400 VDC
24 kWhr
Liquid Cooled
Service
Disconnect
• At the HV Battery
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Vehicle Systems and Components:
HV Battery Plug-in Charging System
120 and 240 VAC charging capabilities
EVSE SAE Level 1 and 2 Charging
Onboard Charger
• 120 VAC
• 240 VAC
Vehicle Charge
Receptacle
• EVSE Recharge
Coupler
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Vehicle Systems and Components:
Advanced Thermal Management System
Heating, Ventilation, and Cooling (HVAC) Compressor
HVAC Heater
Battery Coolant Heater
Thermal Management
HVAC
Heater
HVAC
Compressor
Thermal Systems
• Power electronics
• HV Battery
Battery
Coolant
Heater
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Vehicle Systems and Components:
Supplemental Restraint System – Air Bags
Vehicle occupants are protected by seven airbags, including driver and multistage frontpassenger advanced airbags, driver’s knee airbag, full-length side-curtain airbags and
seat-mounted pelvic-thorax airbags.
The airbags and sensing system are powered by the 12 V battery.
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System Operation - Electric Propulsion
The FIAT® 500e is a Battery Electric propulsion
vehicle. Propulsion is provided by an electric
motor with energy provided by the HV Battery
System.
This vehicle does not use
petroleum-based fuels and does not
have an internal combustion engine
to propel the vehicle.
Energy from the HV Battery System
provides the power to the electric
motor for vehicle propulsion.
The vehicle control system uses the
electric motor to do regenerative
braking and recover some of the
energy during vehicle braking. This
energy is put back into the HV
Battery System. Both regenerative
and friction braking are used to
stop the vehicle when conditions
are appropriate.
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System Operation - High Voltage
The FIAT® 500e High Voltage (HV) Battery
System always contains HV. When HV is
external of the HV Battery System it is called
“Live HV”.
The FIAT 500e can have Live HV whenever
the key is in the ignition. Also, under normal
operating conditions the vehicle can have HV
power external of the HV Battery System for
up to 2 minutes following when any door is
opened, key is removed from the ignition or
by the remote keyless entry activation.
The FIAT 500e is designed to control access
to Live HV. A damaged vehicle or improperly
maintained vehicle may not have controlled
access to Live HV.
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The FIAT 500e uses HV power to provide
propulsion, HVAC cooling and heating, and
battery coolant heater functions.
These
functions are external of HV Battery System.
These functions are contained within HV
Components and HV Cables and may
contain HV power after the ignition is turned
off.
The HV Battery System uses HV contactors
to contain the HV energy within the HV
Battery
System.
Under
normal
circumstances the HV Contactors provide
separation. However, the HV Contactors
may not function as designed as a result of a
crash
event
or
other
conditions.
Consequently, HV may not be contained
within the HV Battery System. Exposure to
the presence of Live HV can cause serious
injury or death.
First Responders shall use proper Personal
Protection Equipment when addressing a
damaged FIAT® 500e vehicle.
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System Operation - Stored HV Energy
Stored HV energy in the HV Battery System is provided to the Power Electronics and
delivered as three phase AC power to the Electric Motors for propulsion. This stored HV
energy is used by the HVAC Compressor, HVAC Heater, and Battery Coolant Heater to
provide heating and cooling to the passenger compartment and HV Battery System. Also,
the stored HV energy is used by the Power Electronics to provide the Generator Function
that transfers power to the 12 V Battery.
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System Operation - Plug-In Charging
Plug-in charging of the HV Battery System can be initiated by connecting the EVSE
Recharge Coupler into the vehicle Charge Receptacle. Optionally, charging can be delayed
or scheduled for a later start time. This may result in HV power-up without warning.
While the Recharge Coupler is connected to the vehicle Charge Receptacle the
transmission is locked in park. The vehicle can not be shifted out of park. Also, one or
more vehicle Charge Indicator Lights on the top of the dash panel will be illuminated. The
number of vehicle Charge Indicator Lights depending on HV Battery System state of
charge status.
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System Operation - Restored HV Energy
HV Battery System energy can be restored during Plug-in Charging or regenerative
braking.
During Plug-in charging the power from the EVSE Recharge Coupler flows through the
vehicle Charge Receptacle to the Onboard Charger. The Onboard Charger converts AC
to Direct Current (DC). DC flows to the HV Battery System and increases the state of
charge.
During regenerative
braking, the three
phase AC generated
by the Electric Drive
Motor is converted to
DC by the Power
Electronics. DC flows
to the HV Battery
System and increases
the state of charge.
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System Operation (Supplemental Restraint System)
The Supplemental Restraint System is designed to detect certain front, side and rear
vehicle impact conditions. When appropriate, the impact sensing system deploys the Air
Bags, signals the Electric Vehicle Control System and the HV Battery System opens the
HV contactors. These contactors contain HV with the HV Battery System. The electrical
energy contained within the High Voltage Battery is not dissipated.
Operation of the Air Bag System is powered from the 12 V battery. The Supplemental
Restraint System is designed to discharge two minutes after 12 V power is removed.
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System Operation (Flow of Electrical Energy)
The electrical energy, AC or DC flows through HV cables between
HV components. All orange cables can contain Live HV.
The HV Battery System has HV Contactors designed to contain electrical
energy within the HV Battery System. These HV Contactors are controlled by
the 12 Volt system. By design, when Ignition key is turned off or 12 Volt
Battery is disconnected then the HV Contactors open and HV is contained
within the HV Battery System. Also, Live HV cannot flow through the HV
Cables or HV Power Distribution Center to HV components.
There is a Service Disconnect for the HV Battery System located under
the second row seat cushion. It is part of the electrical circuit and must
be connected if electrical energy is to flow through the HV cable from the
HV Battery System. By Design, removal of the Service Disconnect
inhibits the flow of electrical energy from the HV Battery System.
Warning: The HV Contactors and Service Disconnect may not
function as designed as a result of a crash event or other conditions.
Consequently, HV may not be contained within the HV Battery System.
Exposure to the presence of Live HV can cause serious Injury or death.
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High Voltage Labels – On HV Components
All High Voltage components are
identified by a four symbol Label.
Attention symbol
HV Hazard symbol
Reference to the Owner’s Manual symbol
Electrical Shock Hazard symbol
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High Voltage Labels – On HV Components
HVAC
Heater
HVAC Compressor
HV Power
Distribution
Center
Power Electronics
Onboard Charger
HV Battery System
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Battery
Coolant
Heater
Electric Drive Motor
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Procedures - Disable 12 V and High Voltage (HV)
To disable utility power to the vehicle do step 1. To disable 12 V power from the Vehicle Systems and
to disable HV Battery power external from the HV Battery complete steps 2 AND 3. Step 4 is an
option and only disables HV Battery power external of the HV Battery. Step 5 allows the charge on
HV capacitors to be discharged.
The following steps must be completed in numeric order:
1. Unplug the EVSE Recharge Coupler from the Vehicle Charge Receptacle, this will stop the AC
power transfer to the vehicle. Press the Recharge Coupler button and pull to remove or turn off
power to the EVSE.
2. Turn off and remove Ignition Key, this will start the process of disabling 12 V and HV power.
3. Physically cut the 12 V power from the vehicle, this will disable 12 V and HV power external of the
HV Battery. Remove a segment of each cable attached to the 12 V battery negative terminal.
Followed by removal of a segment of each cable attached to the 12 V battery positive terminal.
Cut the negative cables then the positive cables.
4. (Optional) Remove the Service Disconnect from under the second row seat. This will only disable
HV external of the HV Battery System.
5. Wait 5 minutes to allow HV capacitors external of the HV Battery to discharge before addressing a
damaged vehicle.
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Procedure Step 1:
Unplug the EVSE Recharge Coupler from the Vehicle Charge Receptacle
This will remove EVSE AC power from the vehicle.
Press the EVSE
Recharge Coupler button
and pull to remove
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Procedure Step 2:
Turn Off and Remove Ignition Key
This action starts disabling of 12 V and HV.
Turn Ignition
Switch to off
and remove
the Key
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First Responders Label
as seen in vehicle
Procedure Step 3:
Physically cut the 12 V power
First:
Remove Trim Cover to
reveal the 12 V Battery.
Second:
At the 12 V Battery
Negative terminal, cut
and remove a segment
of each attached cable.
All three cables have
First Responders Label
designating the cut
locations.
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These actions initiate
the disabling of 12 V
and HV Power.
or
Third:
At the 12 V Battery
Positive terminal,
cut and remove a
segment of each
attached cable.
The critical cable is
identified with a First
Responders Label
designating the cut
location.
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Procedure Step 4: (Optional)
Remove the Service Disconnect
This starts to disable Live HV.
First: Remove second row
seat cushion to reveal
Service Disconnect cover.
Third:
Remove
Service
Disconnect
Second: Remove cover to
reveal the Service Disconnect.
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Procedure Step 5:
Wait 5 minutes
This will allow the HV capacitors to discharge under most circumstances.
However, under some circumstances the HV Battery System HV
Contactors may not open. Consequently, HV may not be contained within
the HV Battery System.
Personal Protection Equipment (HV qualified Gloves, Boots and Coat)
provides protection against Live HV.
Warning: Personal Protection Equipment
must be used by First
Responders when addressing a damaged FIAT® 500e.
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Procedures - Vehicle Do NOT Cut Zones
X
Do NOT Cut Zones:
Include areas where HV
Cables, HV Components
and Curtain Airbags are
located. Shown as Xs.
X
X
X
X
X
X X
X
X
X
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X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Do NOT cut in
the areas where
Curtain Airbags
are located.
X
Do NOT cut the
orange HV Cables
Do NOT cut HV Battery
System as shown as visible
from under the body of the
vehicle.
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Procedures - Water Considerations
A vehicle submerged or flooded with water can result in system failure. Excessive heat and
electrolysis may take place resulting in byproducts of hydrogen and oxygen. In salt water
chlorine is also a byproduct. These byproducts, if contained, may be in concentrations that
may be explosive or corrosive and could have adverse affects on the human body.
A vehicle without impact damage has HV contained within enclosures or insulation and
has HV isolated from the chassis, therefore electrical shock hazard risk is minimal. A
submerged or flooded undamaged vehicle has a low electrical shock hazard risk.
A vehicle with impact damage presents an increased electrical shock hazard risk. If HV is
open to the environment you must stay away from damaged HV components.
Warning: First Responders must use proper Personal Protection Equipment when
addressing a damaged FIAT® 500e vehicle.
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Procedures - Fire Considerations
The HV Battery System has a Li-Ion chemistry. This battery, if on fire, has a low risk of
exploding. The chemistry contains an oxidizer. Once this battery has started burning, it will
try to burn to completion. The best intervention is to apply and continue to apply water to
cool and quench the burning material. ABC extinguisher is not recommended.
Water use
is
Recommended
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ABC Fire
Extinguisher
is Not
Recommended
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Quick Reference Card
Side 1
Exterior Front
Exterior Rear
Vehicle Identification
Exterior Overview
Exterior Sides
High Voltage Components
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Underhood
Interior
No Cut Zones
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Quick Reference Card
Side 2
Disabling the Low Voltage (12 Volt) and High Voltage System
Step 1: Unplug the EVSE Recharge Coupler from the Vehicle Charge Receptacle
Step 2: Turn Off and Remove Ignition Key
Step 3: Physically cut the 12 V Power
Step 4: (Optional) Remove the Service Disconnect
Step 5: Wait 5 Minutes
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