Enabling the promise of wireless power.
Reducing development cycle times and time to market is essential to maintaining a competitive advantage in the marketplace. Unfortunately, developing and integrating new technology runs counter to this effort of developing products faster and with deeper user experiences. Integrating WiTricity silicon is one way to import magnetic resonance expertise into a design and leverage the decade of experience and refinement WiTricity has accumulated. WiTricity reference designs provide an opportunity to hit the ground running and offer dramatic head start advantages to the incorporation of magnetic resonance to your product both improving user experiences through functionality as well as reducing time to market through streamlined designs; a true win-win.
- Engineering services and support.
- WiCAD simulation environment is a custom WiTricity software application developed for designing and building wireless systems.
- Unmatched magnetic & power electronics system design.
- 10 year history in designing Magnetic Resonance systems.
WiTricity’s DRIVE 11 automotive reference design is an 11kW capable wireless power transfer system for electric vehicles designed to demonstrate industry leading performance metrics to Tier 1 and OEM customers looking to develop and deploy magnetic resonance based wireless power transfer. The DRIVE 11 kit features all required hardware to demonstrate and test direct to battery wireless charging and can also include Foreign Object Detection (FOD), Living object Detection (LOD) and Position Detection (PD) systems for a complete end to end design.
Showcasing WiTricity’s WT8800 ASIC, the WT8800-RB15 and WT8800-RB30 , LIVE reference design kits demonstrate a unique consumer electronics implementation at 15 and 30W respectively. These AirFuel certified kits feature both transmit (PTU) and receive (PRU) electronics as well as all associated materials including schematics, BOMs, instruction manuals as well as invaluable tuning, system and software design guides for maximum adaptability to a new form factor or application.