Wireless Power Transmission
Vidheya Bole, Akshay Dethe , Abhishek Halpati , Isha Save, Sanjna Repal
Wireless Power Transmission, Magnetic field, Power, MOSFET, PIC microcontroller
This project presents a prototype to introduce the concept of Wireless Power Transfer (WPT). The prototype is a simple design consisting of a transmitter that serves as an electronic device and a receiver for powering the device, along with a MOSFET and Programmable Integrated Circuit (PIC) microcontroller. The findings of the project demonstrate that the distance between the two coils is inversely proportional to the current and voltage levels in the receiving coil. The strength of the magnetic field generated by the transmitter coil depends on the number of turns in both coils and the input current, which determines the maximum distance between the transmitter and receiver. The receiver achieves an output current of 10 watts. Wireless power transfer is a wire-free method of transmitting electricity between coils, saving costs associated with physical wiring.
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Unique Paper ID: 159366

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 11

Page(s): 1053 - 1055
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