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A Study on the Wireless Power Transfer Circuit of Noncontact Using a Solar Cell Generation

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This paper is main power of the inductive coupling the resonant converter at the transmission unit is converted electrical energy using the solar cell module and artificial light source (halogen lamp) as a replace light and received 24 [V] power supply from solar power was used a input power source for the wireless power transmission device. Power was transferred to the Rx (receive) coil without wires by Tx (transmission) side coil, when the obtained input voltage source and variable current source from photovoltaic cells input into the transmission unit circuit. Experimental results, to received of power is used to illuminate the lighting and to charge the battery in receiving circuit. And the wireless power transmission efficiency measured at the output side of the transmission unit is obtained about 70 to 89% compared to input power of receiving unit. In addition, efficiency were tested through ID verification method and comparing the phase difference between the voltage when foreign substances interfere with wireless power transmission.
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Keywords: Resonant Converter; Solar Cell; Transmission Unit; Wireless Power

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: Department of Electrical Engineering, Semyung University, Korea 2: Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Daewon University College, Korea 3: Department of Biomedical Engineering, Korea Polytechnic College, Korea

Publication date: November 1, 2016

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