Evaluation Board Advances Wireless Power Transfer/Charging Applications

GaN Systems has introduced a small-size, low-cost, and high-efficiency 50W wireless power amplifier evaluation board targeting wireless power transfer and charging applications. It is viable for lower power applications in industrial and consumer markets for items such as power tools, IoT devices, handheld terminals, medical devices, and household robots.

 

The kit adds to GaN Systems’ solutions that include the 100 W power amplifier and 300 W power amplifier that are designed to support, simplify, and speed up the innovation of wireless power transfer systems. These kits combine GaN Systems power transistors with high frequency GaN E-HEMT drivers from pSemi and are designed to be consistent with AirFuel standards.

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The 50W evaluation kit addresses challenges associated with working at high frequency, which provides an easy-to-use baseline for engineers in their system designs. For more details, checkout the GSWP050W-EVBPA datasheet and the user manual.

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