Application Catalog


2017-02-27

Wireless Power Transfer



199 - Efficiency Analysis of Wireless Power Transfer via Electromagnetic Induction Method using Resonance Circuits

199 - Efficiency Analysis of Wireless Power Transfer via Electromagnetic Induction Method using Resonance Circuits

In recent years, electromagnetic induction type transmission is considered for applied use in wireless power supply systems for electric vehicles (hereinafter, referred to as EV) and plug-in hybrid cars (hereinafter, referred to as PHEV), which are demanded for practical use. As for wireless power supply systems...

Module:FQ | 2014-12-15




196 - Analysis of coil stray capacitance

196 - Analysis of coil stray capacitance

In a high frequency application, not only the coil's inductance component but its capacitance component cannot be ignored and results in degradation of the circuit impedance characteristics and inconsistencies in resonance frequencies. Stray capacitance that occurs between the coil windings is one of them.

Module:EL | 2015-04-24




190 - Arrangement Optimization of Wireless Power Supply System

190 - Arrangement Optimization of Wireless Power Supply System

A solenoid type injector used in engines opens a valve and injects fuel by moving a plunger with magnetic force created by an electromagnet. Originally there were only two types of wireless power supply systems:proximity and long distance. However, recently mid-distance devices have been developed and...

Module:FQ | 2014-12-15




139 - Power Transmission Analysis Using Magnetic Resonance Phenomena

139 - Power Transmission Analysis Using Magnetic Resonance Phenomena

Recently, magnetic resonance is gaining attention as a new type of wireless transmission technology. Magnetic resonance differs from conventional types of electromagnetic induction transmission that are widely used today in that the axes of the transmission and receiving coils do not need to be aligned and...

Module:FQ | 2014-02-27




113 - Power Transmission Analysis of a Wireless Power Transfer System with Opposing Cores

113 - Power Transmission Analysis of a Wireless Power Transfer System with Opposing Cores

A wireless power transfer system is a device which uses electromagnetic induction to provide electric power without physical contact. They can be used for various applications, such as supplying power to moving or rotating devices, or devices sealed inside enclosed spaces.

Module:FQ | 2014-02-27




86 - Power Transmission Analysis of a Wireless Power Transfer System

86 - Power Transmission Analysis of a Wireless Power Transfer System

A wireless power transfer system is a device which uses electromagnetic induction to provide electric power without physical contact. They can be used for various applications, such as moving or rotating devices, or devices sealed inside enclosed spaces.

Module:FQ | 2014-02-27