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EN IEC 63006 pdf free download.Wireless power transfer (WPT) – Glossary of terms.
3.41 recognition identification application of a signal to detect and identify a receiver [SOURCE: ANSI/CTA-2042.1-B] 3.42 resonance phenomenon occurring in a physical system when the period of a forced oscillation is such that the characteristic quantity of the oscillation or its time derivative reaches an extremum Note I to entry: At resonance, the period of the forced oscillation is often close to that of a free oscillation. [SOURCE: IEC 60050-103:2017, 103-05-07] 3.43 secondary coil component of a receiver that converts magnetic flux to electromotive force [SOURCE: ANSI/CTA-2042.1-B] 3.44 short-range near-field transmission of power through magnetic induction between a transmitter coil and receiver coil where the distance between the coils is less than the sum of the radii of the transmitter and receiver coils [SOURCE: ANSI/CTA-2042.1-B] 3.45 standby energy energy consumed by the transmitter when a receiver is not present [SOURCE: ANSI/CTA-2042.1-B] 3.46 tightly coupled wireless power system inductive wireless power transfer system with a strong magnetic linkage between the primary and secondary coil Note 1 to entry: The coupling coefficient (k) of such a system, is typically greater than 0,5 and can exceed 0,99 in a classical system. [SOURCE: ANSI/CTA-2042.1-B] 3.47 transfer efficiency energy efficiency percentage calculated from the power delivered to the receiver load divided by the power consumed by the wireless power transmitter [SOURCE: ANSI/CTA-2042.1-B] 3.48 transmitter coil component of a wireless power transmitter that converts electric current to magnetic flux [SOURCE: ANSI/CTA-2042.1-B]3.49 transmitter output power level amount of power, typically measured in watts, that is provided from the transmitter in a wireless power system [SOURCE: ANSI/CTA-2042.1-B] 3.50 unintentional radiator device that intentionally generates radio frequency energy for use within the device, or that sends radio frequency signals by conduction to associated equipment via connecting wiring, but which is not intended to emit RF energy by radiation or induction [SOURCE: ANSI/CTA-2042.1-B] 3.51 wireless charging process or method that takes place in any system where power is provided to a battery management system without interconnecting wires [SOURCE: ANSI/CTA-2042.1-B] 3.52 wireless power system power system that includes a wireless power transmitter and one or more receivers [SOURCE: ANSI/CTA-2042.1-B] 3.53 wireless power transfer process or method that takes place in any system where electrical energy is transmitted from a power source to an electrical load without interconnecting wires [SOURCE: ANSI/CTA-2042.1-B] 3.54 wireless power transfer communication protocol set of rules for exchanging messages between a transmitter and a receiver, in order to control the wireless power transfer Note 1 to entry: Such a protocol may include signalling, compliance verification and error detection/correction capabilities and may also be implemented in hardware, software, or both. [SOURCE: ANSI/CTA-2042.1-B] 3.55 wireless power transmitter electronic device designed for the primary purpose of inducing power Note 1 to entry: There are various technologies to transmit power including, but not limited to, tightly coupled magnetic induction and highly resonant magnetic induction. [SOURCE: ANSI/CTA-2042.1-B] 3.56 “z” distance distance between the transmitter and receiver coils in the direction perpendicular to the plane of the coils [SOURCE: ANSI/CTA-2042.1-B] EN IEC 63006 pdf free download.

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