Industrial wireless charging & lithium batteries
Wireless charging for industrial trucks, autonomous driverless transport systems (AGV) and mobile, collaborative robots (AMR / Cobot)
WIRELESS, INDUCTIVE CHARGING FOR AGV, FORKLIFT AND INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS
Increase your vehicle availability with Wiferion’s wireless inductive charger. Our system can charge your entire fleet with just one charging station, no matter what voltage, current and even battery type they have as well as collect data on capacity, energy status and much more!
CONSISTENT AVAILABILITY THROUGH “IN-PROCESS CHARGING”
Find out how you can achieve shorter throughput times and optimized process flows through “in-process charging”!
With our extensive experience in power electronics we have supported the development of numerous power converter systems for e-mobility, energy storage and renewable energies.
Innovative inductive coils
We do not see the wireless, inductive power coils as independent components, but as an integral part of the power electronics. Thanks to our in-depth knowledge of simulation and dimensioning of coils and electronics, we are able to develop highly efficient, compact charging systems for any application.
Modern battery systems
Our proven expertise in the field of modern battery technology enables us to recommend the best storage technology for your application. Thanks to our extensive network of battery suppliers, we can offer complete energy solutions, consisting of a modern lithium battery or a super capacitor and the wireless charging system.
The benefits of inductive charging at a glance
What customers say about our charging system
“We were looking for a system provider who could offer batteries, BMS and the chargers, and that these could be integrated into our robots in a simple and user-friendly way. We used the Wiferion system because it was incredibly compact for the power delivered and the batteries have the new ICE 62619 compliance for industrial environments”.
“We have actually found that the technology allows up to 10,000 charging cycles. Before, we were only at 1,000 cycles with our additional batteries.
This gives us great flexibility, and you always have enough energy on board that you need to run a completely autonomous system.
“In the medium term, the etaLINK system is wear-free and can contribute to the reduction of energy costs due to its very good efficiency. Furthermore, our omnidirectional AGVs can approach the charging station from several directions and start the charging process independently. This also increases flexibility when creating system designs for different projects”.
Discover further application areas of inductive charging
ADVANTAGES OF INDUCTIVE CHARGING
With an efficiency of 93%, our innovative etaLINK technology opens new horizons in the field of wireless inductive charging. Based on the principle of magnetic induction, we have developed innovations for several core areas of the system. Modern algorithms and the integrated communication interface to the battery management system (BMU) guarantee both smooth and fast battery charging processes.
WIRELESS CHARGING TECHNOLOGY FOR AGV, INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS & MOBILE ROBOTS
etaLINK 3000 and etaLINK 12000 are patented wireless charging systems for industrial electric vehicles and mobile robots. Our chargers are designed for the latest generation of smart and autonomous robots. Easy and independent to install, they provide the vehicles with all relevant data. Since the systems do not require plug and sliding contacts, they enable fast intermediate charging of the batteries. This so-called “in-process charging” not only saves time, but is also safer than charging via potentially dangerous open contacts. etaLINK charging systems are maintenance-free and designed for many years of continuous use.
WIRELESS CHARGING MAKES CONTINUOUS OPERATION OF DRIVERLESS TRANSPORT SYSTEMS POSSIBLE
With our inductive battery charging systems, we enable the continuous operation of AGVs and AMRs. Our innovative “in-process charging” allows the vehicles to be supplied with energy efficiently and fully automatically – without contact and without the vehicles having to interrupt their transport for charging breaks.