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    Title: 非接觸式充電控制器之研製
    Design and Implementation of Charge Controller Applied to Contactless Power Transmission System
    Authors: 許哲維(Che-Wei Hsu)
    王志中(Chih-Chung Wang)
    卓峰斌(Feng-Pin Chuo)
    李義隆(Yi-Lung Lee)
    陳財榮(Tsair-Rong Chen)
    Keywords: 非接觸式電源傳遞系統
    Zeta 直流轉換器
    contactless power transmission system
    Zeta DC converter
    charge controller
    Date: 2008-09-05
    Issue Date: 2010-02-26 14:12:07 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 目前應用於非接觸電源傳遞系統之中的充電器,一
    針對這個問題加以探討─設計Zeta 直流轉換器的充電
    The battery charger currently applied to contactless power
    transmission system generally doesn’t utilize any charge
    controller in secondary sides, so its charging current can’t be
    controlled, and the battery charger has the severe limited distance
    between the primary and secondary. Therefore, this study will
    aims at the charge controller with the application of contactless
    power transmission. A Zeta DC converter charge controller is
    designed to achieve the outcome of charge with constant voltage,
    and to increase its distance between battery charger and primary
    Relation: 台灣電子電力研討會暨展覽會
    Appears in Collections:[電機工程系所 ] 2008第七屆台灣電力電子研討會暨展覽會

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