Wireless Charging System Using Inductive Coupling Public

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  • A wireless power transfer system using inductive coupling was designed and implemented as part of a three-member project team. The system uses coupled magnetic fields at a frequency of 606kHz to transfer electromagnetic energy from a charging base to the batteries of portable devices. It succeeded in transmitting power to three unique devices simultaneously, with an efficiency of 10.6%. The system tested safely for users, target devices, and neighboring electronic devices. It features a serial data connection between the base and the target device, which aids in device recognition and power conservation. This document details the design process, implementation, results, and future direction for the project. Technical details including schematics, code, and parts lists are appended.
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