Method of Load/Fault Detection for Loosely Coupled Planar Wireless Power Transfer System With Power Delivery Tracking

@article{Low2010MethodOL,
  title={Method of Load/Fault Detection for Loosely Coupled Planar Wireless Power Transfer System With Power Delivery Tracking},
  author={Zhen Ning Low and Joaquin J. Casanova and Paul Hadley Maier and Jason Allen Taylor and Raul Andres Chinga and Jenshan Lin},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics},
  year={2010},
  volume={57},
  pages={1478-1486}
}
A method to determine various operating modes of a high-efficiency inductive wireless power transfer system which is capable of supporting more than one receiver is proposed. The three operating modes are no-load, safe, and fault modes. The detection scheme probes the transmitter circuitry periodically to determine the operating mode. For power saving, the transmitter is powered down when there is no valid receiver placed on the transmitting coil. If any conductive or magnetic object that can… CONTINUE READING
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