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Lily Ka Lai Cheng, James Westwood Hay, Pilgrim Giles William Beart: Contact-less power transfer. Splashpower, Garvey Smith Nehrbass & Doody L L C, Seth M Nehrbass, June 14, 2005: US06906495 (314 worldwide citation)

A system and method for transferring power does not require direct electrical conductive contacts. There is provided a primary unit having a power supply and a substantially laminar surface having at least one conductor that generates an electromagnetic field when a current flows therethrough and ha ...


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Lily Ka Lai, James Westwood Hay, Pilgrim Giles William Beart: Contact-less power transfer. Splashpower, Stites & Harbison PLLC, Ross F Hunt Jr, May 9, 2006: US07042196 (236 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a system and method for transferring power without requiring direct electrical conductive contacts. There is provided a primary unit having a power supply and a substantially laminar charging surface having at least one conductor that generates an electromagnetic field when a curr ...


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Stevens Michael Craig, Knill Alexander Charles, Dunton John Robert, Dames Andrew Nicolas, Lamb Kevin Alan: Controlling inductive power transfer systems. Splashpower, Stevens Michael Craig, Knill Alexander Charles, Dunton John Robert, Dames Andrew Nicolas, Lamb Kevin Alan, HITCHING Peter Matthew, November 17, 2005: WO/2005/109597 (219 worldwide citation)

An inductive power transfer system (1) comprises a primary unit (10) operable to generate an electromagnetic field and at least one secondary device (30), separable from the primary unit, and adapted to couple with the field when the secondary device is in proximity to the primary unit so that power ...


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Lily Ka Lai Cheng, James Westwood Hay, Pilgrim Giles William Beart: Primary units, methods and systems for contact-less power transfer. Splashpower, Stites & Harbison PLLC, Ross F Hunt Jr, July 3, 2007: US07239110 (217 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a system and method for transferring power without requiring direct electrical conductive contacts. There is provided a primary unit having a power supply and a substantially laminar charging surface having at least one conductor that generates an electromagnetic field when a curr ...


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Stevens Michael Craig, Knill Alexander Charles, Dunton John Robert: Controlling inductive power transfer systems. Splashpower, Stevens Michael Craig, Knill Alexander Charles, Dunton John Robert, HITCHING Peter Matthew, November 17, 2005: WO/2005/109598 (190 worldwide citation)

An inductive power transfer system comprises a primary unit (10), having a primary coil (12) and an electrical drive unit (14) which applies electrical drive signals to the primary coil so as to generate an electromagnetic field. The system also comprises at least one secondary device (30), separabl ...


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Beart Pilgrim Giles William: Inductive power transfer units having flux shields. Splashpower, Beart Pilgrim Giles William, HITCHING Peter Matthew, March 17, 2005: WO/2005/024865 (132 worldwide citation)

An inductive power transfer unit is adapted to be placed when in use on a support surface (200). A flux generating unit (50) extends in two dimensions over the support surface, and generates flux at or in proximity to a power transfer surface of the unit so that a secondary device placed on or in pr ...


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Cheng Lily Ka Lai, Hay James Westwood, Beart Pilgrim Giles William: Unit and system for contactless power transfer. Splashpower, Cheng Lily Ka Lai, Hay James Westwood, Beart Pilgrim Giles William, HASELTINE LAKE, May 6, 2004: WO/2004/038888 (130 worldwide citation)

A unit (701) for transferring power in an inductive manner to at least one power-receiving device, and a system comprising such a unit and such a device. The unit (701) includes at least one coil structure (702, 703, 704) configured to allow various degrees of translational and rotational freedom of ...


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Beart Pilgrim Giles William, Whitewood David Paul, Cheng Lily Ka Lai, Hay James Westwood: Adapting portable electrical devices to receive power wirelessly. Splashpower, Beart Pilgrim Giles William, Whitewood David Paul, Cheng Lily Ka Lai, Hay James Westwood, HITCHING Peter Matthew, July 1, 2004: WO/2004/055654 (130 worldwide citation)

Wireless power receiving apparatus (150) is retrofitted to a portable electrical device (100) to enable the device to receive power wirelessly. The apparatus comprises a power-receiving element (200) adapted to be attached to the device, e.g. by adhesive (201), and also being adapted to receive powe ...


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Cheng Lily Ka Lai, Hay James Westwood, Beart Pilgrim Giles William: Contactless power transfer area. Splashpower, November 19, 2003: GB2388716-A (65 worldwide citation)

A system, primary unit or method, for transferring electrical energy comprises electromagnetic field generating means 710 distributed in a two dimensional formation, in or adjacent to a laminar surface. The formation defines a surface area 740 for energy transfer. When the said means 710 is energise ...


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Cheng Lily Ka Lai, Hay James Westwood, Beart Pilgrim Giles William: Separable inductive coupler with an amorphous or non-annealed core component. Splashpower, November 19, 2003: GB2388715-A (46 worldwide citation)

A circuit board (500) has first and second devices (510, 530) preferably located on first and second opposing surfaces respectively. The first device has at least one region (512, 516) of a first type of pin node for a first type of signal and a region (514) with a second type of pin for a second ty ...