Student Project Wireless Power Transmission

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Wireless Power Transmission​



The project is a wireless power transfer device that replaces traditional copper cables and current carrying wires. Nikolas Tesla pioneered the concept of wireless power transfer. This power is designed to be transferred over a short distance, such as when charging rechargeable batteries. For demonstration purposes, we used a wirelessly powered fan rather than a battery. This necessitates the use of an electronic circuit to convert AC 230V 50Hz to AC 12V high frequency, which is then fed to the primary coil of an air core transformer. The transformer’s secondary coil generates a high frequency of 12V. Therefore by this way the power gets transferred through primary coil to secondary coil that are separated by certain distance around 3cm. Here the primary coil acts as transmitter and secondary coil receives the power to run a load. This project can be used to charge batteries of a pace maker and similar applications.

Hardware used

  • HF Transformer
  • 2 Inductor Coils
  • Resistors
  • Capacitors
  • Transistors
  • Cables and Connectors
  • Diodes
  • PCB and Breadboards
  • LED
  • Transformer/Adapter
  • Push Buttons
  • Switch
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Note: RION strives to help and guide the students community for their engineering project, it’s not completely business purposes, so we recommend students to come up with their own ideas and then we can help you to build the project, so if you want to build with help of us, please feel free to reach us, we always appreciate your ideas and thoughts.