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Heat exchanger or radiator carries heat away from the fuel cell system to cool the vehicle.
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Power Electronics are the “brains” of the vehicle, controlling fuel cell output and other functions.
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Fuel Cell System is the vehicle’s electric "engine." Includes MEAs or Membrane Electrode Assemblies.
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Onboard Tank stores hydrogen for use by the fuel cell.
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Nozzles connect the dispenser hose to the vehicle.
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Sensors monitor the safety and performance of the fueling process.
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Storage tanks, vessels, vessel liners, racks, etc.
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Gauges measure pressure at various points in the process.
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Compressors raise the pressure of stored hydrogen to the level needed by the fuel cell.
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Hydrogen Generation is the beginning of the process. Generated off-site or on-site via electrolyzers or reformers.