I am designing an induction charging light project for work and have a prototype made. I just cannot get the transmitter and receiver coils to link up via Inductive coupling. Any help would be much appreciated.
Further help with integrating a battery monitoring chip for the Li-Ion would be helpful also.
Please see attached power point and picture of bread board prototype.
Transmitter coil: RS Stock No. 124-4524
Receiver coil: RS Stock No. 112-0093
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Hello. I think you have a problems with your transmitter circuit. You're circuit looks like transmitter from the induction heater elements. For wireless charging it wouldn't work , because of higher losses and shape fa Plus
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Hello, How thick is the plate you glued to the coils? Do you have oscilloscope to perform some measurments on the coil and in the circuit? I think that your design needs some tweaks to work efficiently. Best regards, Plus
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