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Wireless Power

Transmission Using
Solar Power System

http://www.elprocus. This whole idea was developed by Nicolas Tesla in 1893.Wireless Power Transmission Using Solar Power System Introducti on  The main function of wireless power transfer is to allow electrical devices to be continuously charged and lose the constraint of a power cord.com/ . where he developed a system of illuminating vacuum bulbs using wireless transmission technique.

http://www.  In conventional power transmission.elprocus.com/ .What is Wireless Power Transmission  The transmission of power from one place to another place without using wire cables. energy is transferred using wires.  The wireless power transmission is made possible by using various technologies.

com/ .3 Types of Wireless Power Transfer Methods The three main systems used for WPT are  Power Transmission using Inductive Coupling  Wireless Power Transmission using Microwave  Wireless Transfer of Solar power http://www.elprocus.

 It is based on the fact that when current flows through one wire.  The power transmission takes place through mutual inductance between the two conductive materials.  A voltage is induced across the ends of the other wire. http://www.  A general example is the transformer.Power Transmission Using Inductive Coupling  One of the most prominent methods of transferring energy is through inductive coupling.com/ .elprocus.  It is basically used for near field power transmission.

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 The receiving section consists of the receiving antenna which receives the microwave power.  In this system power is generated using microwave power sources like klystron.Wireless Power Transmission Using Microwave  This idea was developed by William C Brown and it involves converting the AC power to RF power.  Transmitting it through space and again reconverting it to AC power at the receiver.  Power is given to the transmitting antenna via the waveguide and the tuner. http://www.elprocus.com/ .

 It is used to convert the microwave signal to DC signal.  The antenna used can be a dipole or a Yagi-Uda Antenna.elprocus.  The receiver unit also consists of the rectifier section consisting of schottkey diodes.  This transmission system uses frequencies in the range of 2GHz to 6GHz.Wireless Power Transmission Using Microwave  The Impedance matching and filter circuit which matches the output impedance of the signal with that of the rectifying unit. http://www.com/ .  This receiving antenna along with the rectifying unit is known as the Rectenna.

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 Consists of photovoltaic cells which convert sunlight into electric current.  The satellite is stationed in the geostationary orbit. http://www.elprocus.  It is used to power a Microwave generator and accordingly generate microwave power.Wireless Transfer Using Solar power  One of the most advanced wireless power transfer system is based on transferring solar power using microwave or LASER beam.com/ .

 It received at the based station using a Rectenna.  The satellite can transmit up to 10MW of RF power.com/ . http://www.  This combination of an antenna and a rectifier and is converted back to electricity or required AC or DC power.Wireless Transfer Using Solar power  This Microwave power is transmitted using RF communication.elprocus.

com/ . filter and regulator arrangement.  This low voltage high frequency AC power then passes from transformer primary to its secondary and is converted to DC power using rectifier.elprocus. http://www.Working Principle of Wireless Power Transfer  The basic principle involves converting the AC power to DC power using rectifiers and filters and then again converting it back to AC at high frequency using inverters.

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Working Example of Wireless Power Transfer  The AC signal is rectified to DC signal using a bridge rectifier section.  The obtained DC signal passes through the feedback winding1. the corresponding transistor starts conducting and the DC current flows through the transistor. allowing DC current to flow through the transistor to the primary of the transformer in left to right direction.com/ .  Current passing through the feedback winding1 causes the transistor1 to conduct. http://www.  When current passes through the feedback winding2.elprocus. which act as oscillator circuit. to the primary of the transformer in right to left direction.

http://www.Working Example of Wireless Power Transfer  Thus an AC signal is developed across the primary of the transformer.  This AC voltage is rectified using bridge rectifier and is then filtered and regulated using LM7805 to obtain a 5V output to drive an LED. for both half cycles of the AC signal. The frequency of the signal depends on the oscillation frequency of the oscillator circuits.  This AC signal appears across the secondary of the transformer and as the secondary is connected to primary of another transformer.  The voltage output of 12 V from capacitor is used to power the DC fan motor to operate the fan.com/ .elprocus. a 25 KHz AC voltage appears across the primary of the step down transformer.

elprocus.com/ .Wireless Power Transmission Using Solar Power System Applicatio ns 1) Near-field energy transfer  Electric automobile charging  Static and moving  Consumer electronics  Industrial purposes  Harsh environment http://www.

Wireless Power Transmission Using Solar Power System Applications 2) Far-field energy transfer  Solar Power Satellites  Energy to remote areas  Can broadcast energy globally (in future)  Wireless Power Transmission http://www.com/ .elprocus.

high initial cost.  Better than conventional wired transfer.Wireless Power Transmission Using Solar Power System Conclusio n  Transmission without wires.  Energy crisis can be decreased  Low loss In near future. world will be completely wireless http://www.a reality  Efficient Low maintenance cost.com/ . But.elprocus.

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