oa Interim : Interdisciplinary Journal - Resonant inductive charging system for a battery operated automatic guided vehicle

Volume 17 Number 1
  • ISSN : 1684-498X



Wireless transfer technology has become an effective and reliable option to replace the conventional wire transfer technology. The topology involves a power transmitter connected to the grid, and a power receiver attached to the battery. A wireless power transfer system should satisfy three conditions, namely high efficiency, large air gaps and high power. Recent studies have provided wireless mid-range charging technology to transfer power through resonant inductive coupling.

The theory of resonant inductive coupling has therefore been used as the main technology in the design and implementation of a wireless charging system that was successfully implemented on an Automated Guided Vehicle (AGV). The intention was to wirelessly transform and transfer an alternating oscillating waveform into a DC voltage, to demonstrate instantaneous power transfer.

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