wireless power transfer help thanks

Discussion in 'The Projects Forum' started by tycbox, Jun 7, 2014.

  1. tycbox

    Thread Starter New Member

    May 9, 2014
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    Hi, I was working on a wireless transfer project for fun. I was able to replicate the schematic that his guy have here here http://www.instructables.com/id/Wireless-Power-Transfer-Simple-and-Fast-Way/
    Was wondering if someone here can that is familiar with this subject can help using the similar schematic but increase the size of the coverage area.
    I want the Tx(Transmission) side to have a cover area of 13x15inches and the Rx(receiving) side size to be just about 1inch in diameter and able to light up about 15-20 3volt led bulbs. Can you please list out the components that I need that use, how many windings I need to do for the Tx side and Rx side. I would like to use a 9v battery on the Tx with out put of 5-6v. Or if someone has a simple formula to show me how I can achieve this it would be great. Thank you so much.

    Ty
     
  2. shteii01

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    Feb 19, 2010
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    Transmission area 13"x15". Receiving area 1"x1". Isn't that Horribly inefficient?

    I mean. Since your receiving area is so small and your transmission area is so large, most of the energy will just go "out there".
     
  3. tycbox

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    May 9, 2014
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    Sorry, I'm new to this and just do this for fun. If I know it was horrible I wouldn't have asked here. I have this wireless led chess set. http://www.amazon.com/LumiSource-SU...UTF8&qid=1402186288&sr=8-1&keywords=led+chess I opened it and they are doing the same thing. they have 3 winding on the primary side and on the secondary side they have 200+ winding with really small wire. their output voltage is .1 of a volt. I thought to myself if they can do it, I probably can do it too right.. jus wondering..
     
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