Wireless charging comes to hybrid cars
Plugs electric motors have their days numbered. The future of these sustainable car is in wireless charging. No longer will wires or plugs needed to fill the batteries, only a field of magnetic resonance to transfer electricity to start shooting . wireless charging is very necessary for hybrid cars. hybrid car is suitable for environment. wireless charge in hybrid cars is not a easy talk. its a really a great invention in science technology.
In the not too distant future we can recharge our hybrid or electric car in different ways: either when parked (stationary system) or when running (dynamic system). Companies like Toyota Motor Corporation, HEVO Power and Bosch Automotive Service Solutions with Evatran work in stationary devices, while others like Qualcomm Halo-focus its efforts on developing dynamic models recharge. Overall, the results are very promising and show that the efficiency obtained with waves is comparable to cable.
Toyota goes a step further and go to practice. The Japanese brand has begun verification testing of its new wireless charging system in the prefecture of Aichi (Japan) and later will do the same in the United States and Europe. The goal: to prove its efficiency, correct mistakes and market massively.
The device that transmits electricity Toyota works through the resulting magnetic resonance changes the magnetic field strength between a coil on the parking floor (transmitter) and one on the vehicle (receiver). To avoid loss of efficiency that may cause misalignment between the vehicle and the load surface, Toyota has designed an intelligent parking assistance for the driver can always park in a position optimum load, either battery or online.
Soon, our battery charging electric or hybrid cars will be as simple and practical as an integrated park near a home or in a public car charger. And all without connecting a single cable.http://www.hybridvehicles.net/wireless-charging-comes-to-hybrid-cars.htmlhttp://www.hybridvehicles.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/wireless-charging.jpghttp://www.hybridvehicles.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/wireless-charging-150x150.jpgHybrid Carswireless charging