Edag, the University of Hannover, the Technical University of Braunschweig and Sumida Components & Modules are cooperating in a project for an interoperable total system for semi-dynamic charging. It is designed to enable the inductive charging of vehicles during stationary phases on roads. Within the scope of the project, Edag has designed charging power electronics for the semi-dynamic switching of the charging power to the primary coils. The innovative switching concept enables a technically extremely simple and hence low-cost installation of the primary coils in the road. Different primary coil designs are being researched at a range of power levels with the goal of researching a high level of interoperability and are being integrated in a complete system including communication and control modules for testing under real conditions. The secondary side for vehicle-coupling is mounted in demonstrator vehicles as an aftermarket solution requiring minimum modifications to the existing vehicle architecture.
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