NuCurrent Launches NuEva HF Development Platform

NuCurrent Launches NuEva HF Development Platform

Jacob Babcock, CEO, NuCurrent | Monday, April 26, 2021

Jacob Babcock, CEO, NuCurrent

NuCurrent extends High-Frequency Wireless Power abilities to new product categories with NuEVA HF development platform.

FREMONT, CA: NuCurrent launches its NuEva HF Development Platform, which offers innovative options for product developers interested in wireless charging. Based on inductive resonant power transfer, the platform brings new functionality and advantages compared to RF-based means and inductive-powered charging methods like Qi.

Several product categories aren't well-served by RF and inductive charging. NuEva HF offers power levels about 1,000X higher than RF, and it delivers positioning flexibility about 100X that of Qi, plus it provides the potential to charge many devices simultaneously. With this, manufacturers are finding an option that meets the needs of their products. The NuEva HF platform functions at 6.78MHz, the same frequency as the standard developed by the AirFuel Alliance. This high-frequency power transfer method provides multi-device charging from a single transmitter, improved spatial freedom and positioning flexibility, high system efficiencies and uniform charging zones, and power levels up to 300W.

NuEva HF indicates a generational leap forward for inductive resonant power transfer. From gaming and robotics to personal transportation and medical devices, product developers are now finding a proven path to wireless power with NuCurrent. NuEva HF offers many patented and proprietary technologies developed by NuCurrent comprising surface repeater technology that adds charging surface areas using low-cost passive electronics driven from a single power source, multi-layer, multi-turn (MLMT) antennas that boost efficiencies and lower thermals, methods for cost-effective EMI mitigation, in-band communications for less cost system, and options for power transfer through several materials.

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