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Qualcomm wireless charging technology experienced electric Halo WEVC
Qualcomm wireless charging technology has experienced electric Halo WEVC March 13, 2013
Qualcomm Halo WEVC
Electric vehicles are gradually acquiring the support of the leading manufacturers of gasoline vehicles. The company Qualcomm announced the successful testing technology wireless charging cars Halo Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging (WEVC) in London. Were attached to the experiment 50 vehicles, including Delta Motorsport Delta E4 Coupé and the Renault Fluence ZE EV.
WEVC technology provides wireless transmission of electricity between the specific components, one of which is built under the road surface, and the other – installed in a vehicle.
Qualcomm Halo WEVC (4)
“Simply put, the technology works as WEVC toothbrush, only on a larger scale. One copper coil is placed under the ground, and the other – is installed on the vehicle. For wireless power transmission uses a magnetic field, ”
– Said Joe Barrett (Joe Barrett), director of marketing for Qualcomm.
Qualcomm has been testing the technology WEVC closely with Chargemaster, which has experience in the installation of charging stations of various types. According Chargemaster, setting plates Halo WEVC these cost much less, thus reducing the cost of the project by 30 percent.
Qualcomm Halo WEVC (2)
Implementation of the technology WEVC will not only reduce in size and capacity of the battery mounted on electric vehicles, but also reduce the time to charge.
According to Joe Barrett already in 2015-2016, one of the largest car manufacturers will start producing electric vehicles with support for Qualcomm WEVC.
Qualcomm Halo WEVC (3)
With the exception of the 50 models of electric cars, which took part in the trials, the two plates Halo, which can transmit 3.3 kW power installed in the Citroen C1.
In Rolls Royce 102EX Phantom plate also installed Halo, which can transmit 7 kW of power. Qualcomm is soon going to test the plate installed in electric car race Lola-Drayson (322 km / h), which can transmit 20 kW of power.
How does the technology Qualcomm WEVC can see in the following video:
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Tags: Halo WEVC , Qualcomm, Wireless charging , Electric
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