Att man kan ladda elbilar i stolpar är välkänt. Men just nu pågår ett unikt Europaförsök med trådlös laddning. En av aktörerna som testar tekniken är grannstödspersonal i Spånga-Tensta.Read more
Many people are concerned with magnetic fields. The Swedish Radiation Authority (SSM) has measured the magnetic fields in and around the inductively charged vehicles in the WiCh project.
Although the magnetic fields at charging can be quite high close to the rear of the vehicle and even higher underneath it, inside the vehicle the magnetic fields are quite low. Apart from close to the charging equipment, the magnetic fields are below what is allowed by the Swedish Work Environment Authority, which means that the equipment could be used in the project.
These results only apply to this specific combination of vehicle and charging system and are not generic to other induction charging systems.Read more
To get the necessary approvals to equip and run the test vehicles in Sweden, they had to be tested for EMC and electrical safety – CE tests.Read more
Read the article about wireless charging at www.autonews.com/wirelessRead more
WiTricity, the industry pioneer in wireless power transfer over distance, today announced they are collaborating with Prodrive Technologies, tier-1 supplier of power electronics and sensors, to design a high-performance 11kW wireless charging system. The two companies were selected to design the system by a leading European carmaker that plans to release its first wirelessly-charged vehicles in 2019.Read more
Till nyår ska Stockholm få två laddgator för att främja elbilen. Redan i dag har staden sex elbilar som laddas på en platta i garage och nästa steg är att ladda direkt i gatan.
– Vi vill även testa induktionsladdning vid rödljus och taxistolpar, säger miljöborgarråd Katarina Luhr (MP).Read more
WiCh-projektet avslutas med två seminarier där resultaten kommer att redovisas, ett i Stockholm 24 november och ett i Göteborg 25 november. Vi bjuder på fika.Read more
Evatran Group and Zhejiang VIE Science and Technology Company (VIE) have formed a joint venture to integrate Plugless, Evatran’s wireless electric vehicle (EV) charging system, into the EVs of car manufacturers (OEMs) based in China.Read more
Why having a self-driving car if you still have to get out to plug it in? With that in mind, Alphabet, Google’s parent company, is testing wireless charging systems for its electric self-driving cars.Read more
Construction of AVTA’s wireless charging station is breaking ground at Lancaster City Park (LCP).Read more