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Non-contact power transfer with air-cored transformer? - RF Cafe Forums

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John the Kiwi
Post subject: Non-contact power transfer with air-cored transformer? Posted: Wed Nov 02, 2005 7:08 pm
Greetings
I need to commute power thru a coaxial rotating joint (with 100mm hole thru the middle)

Does anyone have any advice for calculations?

Presently I am using 5Khz and can transfor about a Watt but need to scale this up to several Watts.

Regards
John

(j.robinson@ take this out niwa.co.nz)



Posted  11/12/2012
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