12. June 2015 08:39 by streng
MF-WPT is the wireless transfer of energy from a power source to an electrical load via a magnetic field.
The source of a magnetic flux is a coil structure. Power transfer will be initiated by positioning two or more coil structures near each other in a way that the time varying flux generated by the primary coil structure, passes through the windings of the secondary coil structure.
Primary and secondary coil structures for WPT systems interact through an air gap. Usually a centre plane in the air gap can be defined dividing the WPT system whereas the primary coil structure is completely located on one side of this plane and the complete coil structure of the secondary device is located on the other side of the plane. For a primary device and a secondary device to be interoperable, they shall be magnetically compatible.
- stand by and wake up: the supply device is woken up by the a signal from the EV.
- compatibility check: power classes, the operating frequency, magnetic coupling, circuit topology, tuning.
- initial alignment check: primary and secondary devices are properly well positioned relative to each other.
- start power transfer: transfer the power from the primary device to the secondary device upon the request from the vehicle
- time scheduled power transfer: no perform power transfer until the command and control communication is properly established and the primary device and secondary device are properly positioned.
- perform power transfer: MF-WPT system transfer the power from the primary device to the secondary device in accordance with the power demand of the EV. The maximum transferring power of the off-board MF-WPT system shall not be exceeded. The vehicle can change the requested transfer power.
- stop power transfer: MF-WPT system shall be able to stop transfer the power from the primary device to the secondary device in accordance with the demand of the EV. Th e vehicle can requested stop power transfer.
- user initiated stop power transfer: allow the user to terminate of power supply. e.g. pushing stop button.
- safety monitoring & diagnostics: command & control communication safety monitoring & diagnostics
- power transfer monitoring
- thermal monitoring
- live object protection
- failure conditions: short-circuit, earth leakage, excess temperature, insulation failure, overcurrent, overload
- continuous monitoring of power transfer conditions: the actual output power does not differ from the expected output power by a certain limit; if the limit is exceeded, it shall stop power transfer.
- continuous monitoring of command & control communication
- continuous monitoring of safety conditions
- Verify that the ventilation system of the area is functioning and active