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 Posted: Sun Dec 23rd, 2018 06:05 pm
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Dave, the coil is 29mm wide and goes under the fuel tank, which is 35mm wide. The coil matches up nicely with the transmitter coil which is that 3W, 29mm diameter coil shown earlier.

Charging rate will depend on how close I'm able to bring the coils together. I'd be happy, for now, to charge at a rate of 400-600mA. The whole idea is to prove to myself that on-board induction charging is practical and doesn't need track, wiring or hand removal of the shell to charge batteries...they could stay untouched forever in the engine.

Dan       

  

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