Come to meet us at PCIM Europe from June 11 to June 13 in Nuremberg, Germany!

Part of CIRCE teams will present the latest power electronics solution they developed for static and dynamic charging for electric vehicles as part of the INCIT-EV Project.

Two articles about the hardware and control design of both inductive power transfer system for static and dynamic wireless charging. We’ll also be looking at how to make it as easy as possible to implement and how to keep any electromagnetic emissions to a minimum.

The proposed system is going to be a game-changer in the electric mobility industry!

At PCIM, you will also be able to discover a reference design for plugin EV bidirectional chargers designed for Circe at the Microchip Technology INC. booth. Here are the main assets of the charger:

  • Efficiency and cost reduction: compact design improves reliability and safety and enables reduced operating and production costs.
  • Accelerated development and adaptability: the advanced platform facilitates system integrations and supports new charging technologies such as vehicle-to-grid or vehicle-to-home technologies. It significantly reduces development cycles and accelerates the time to market.
  • Flexibility: the charger enables multiple configurations and technical specifications. As a result, it minimizes the time required to develop new products.
  • Risks in new product development reduction: the charger allows rapid integration of simple modules. These modules are compatible with the most commonly used charging protocols (CHAdeMO and CCS) and EMC requirements.
  • Efficiency and sustainability thanks to the use of silicon carbide materials that provide a higher power density.