E-drive gearboxes refer to gear systems used in electric drives or propulsion systems, such as those in electric vehicles, machinery, or industrial applications. These gearboxes are specifically designed to work in conjunction with electric motors to control speed, torque, and direction. The term "e-drive" stands for electric drive, emphasizing the integration with electric power sources. E-drive gearboxes may feature various types of gears, such as helical, spur, planetary, or worm gears, depending on the application's requirements. These gearboxes play a crucial role in adapting the rotational speed and output torque of the electric motor to match the specific needs of the machinery or vehicle they are driving. The design and specifications of e-drive gearboxes can vary based on the intended use and the characteristics of the electric motor they are paired with.