IJMTES -WIRELESS MOBILE CHARGER USING SOLAR ENERGY

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Paper Title : WIRELESS MOBILE CHARGER USING SOLAR ENERGY

Author’s Name : Yasodharan R | Meenatche Pooja Sunnamed

Volume 04 Issue 02 2017

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 96-96

Abstract – To generate electricity from Sun using solar panel and save it into a rechargeable battery. Now provide this power to transmitter circuit (charger for mobile) and transmit it through coil. There is a receiver circuit which has to inbuilt in mobile, it has a receiving coil which receives power from charger and charge the mobile. Thus, there are two circuits a transmitter circuit which is the form of charger and a receiver circuit which has to be inbuilt in mobile. The transmitter circuit gets power from battery which is charged through solar panel and transmits it. The transmitter circuit is just like as pad and user has to place their mobile on that pad for charging, now mobile get start to charge. There is no need to connect individual charger into mobile. Wireless Power Transmission/charging may one day replace plugs and wires similar to how WiFi and Bluetooth have modernized personal communication. Wireless charging with inductive coupling uses an electromagnetic field that transfers energy from the transmitter to the receiver. Consumers are wild about the convenience of simply placing a portable device on a charging mat. Wireless charging works well with mobile phones, digital cameras, media players, gaming controllers and Bluetooth headsets. Other potential applications are power tools, medical devices, e-bikes and electric cars (EVs).

References

  1. CHENGLIU LI and his team “Solar cell phone charger performance in indoor environment”. Utilization of solar energy as a power source has been one of the most active fields in science and engineering. In order to validate the feasibility of this promising application, we conducted experiments on solar cell efficiency under the indoor environment using a typical commercial solar panel. Several types of indoor conditions were investigated.
  2. OLVITZ. L and his team “Wireless power transfer for mobile phone charging device”. To achieve a wireless charging of a mobile phone, a wireless power transfer system must be designed. Theory of the wireless power transfer is explained and a functional wireless charger device is realized. Presented wireless charger device has the power transfer capability of around 0.5 W at a maximum distance of 2.5 cm, which is sufficient to charge a regular mobile phone.
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