Electric vehicles require auxiliary power supply in order to apply LED lighting to spinning objects such as wheels. As existing technologies are limited, the industry is exploring new options to find a cost effective solution that also adheres to strict industry requirements.
The UTS Tech Lab team proposes a new wireless mechanical structure that contains multiple magnets. It will harvest the rotating kinetic energy to supply the LED with regulated electronics.
Dr Ha Pham N.
R&D as a service
Wireless power transfer
Flexible LED lighting