Contactless inductive energy transfer
What is a wireless inductive power transfer system from BavarianOptics?
In comparison with established contacting slip ring transfer systems, a wireless inductive power transfer system from BavarianOptics allows for the transfer of up to several kilowatts.
At the same time, the contactless energy transfer has the benefit of being wear-free and has relatively low heat build-up. In addition, very high rotational speeds can be reached with the contactless energy transfer. Through their compact construction, energy transfer systems with small dimensions can be realised. In addition to the rotary transmission, the inductive energy transfer systems can also be implemented in linear systems and even implemented in a static way.
What does a wireless inductive power transfer system from BavarianOptics consist of, for example?
- Stator power electronics
- Rotor power electronics
- Control electronics
- Connectors and connecting cables for the connection of peripherals
- Torque arm for mechanical suspension
Contactless inductive energy transfer systems from BavarianOptics are developed and constructed from some or all of these components.
Where are wireless inductive power transfer systems from BavarianOptics used?
An example of this is a mechanical component for one of our customers.
The inductive power transfer system from BavarianOptics is made up of:
- 1 x stator power electronics
- 1 x rotor power electronics
- 1 x transformer
- 1 x control electronics with integrated contactless data transfer
- 1 x housing with bearing, connectors and mechanical brackets