Wireless Energy Transfer Project

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Original price was: 999.00₹.Current price is: 699.00₹.

The Wireless Energy Transfer Project enables wireless mobile charging and LED illumination, showcasing the principles of electromagnetic induction. Components include a battery, transistor, switch, copper coils, LED, charging circuit, and PCB, offering a hands-on learning experience in wireless power transmission.

  • College Level Project.
  • Totally Hand-made.
  • No Branding.
  • 100% working. Tested by S.R. Robotics.
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The Wireless Energy Transfer Project is an innovative kit designed to demonstrate wireless mobile charging and LED illumination. With its simple setup and efficient design, it offers a hands-on learning experience in the fascinating field of wireless power transmission.

Key Features:

  • Wireless Mobile Charging: Experience the convenience of charging your mobile device without the hassle of cables.
  • LED Illumination: Witness the power of wireless energy transfer as it lights up an LED bulb wirelessly.
  • Educational Tool: Ideal for science fairs, STEM projects, and classroom demonstrations to explore the principles of electromagnetic induction.
  • Easy Assembly: Comes with all necessary components and clear instructions for quick and hassle-free setup.
  • Versatile Applications: Can be used to power various low-voltage electronic devices wirelessly, showcasing the potential of wireless energy transfer technology.

Components Included:

  1. Battery: Power source for the wireless energy transfer system.
  2. Transistor: Controls the flow of current through the circuit.
  3. Switch: Allows for manual control of the circuit.
  4. Copper Coils: Transmit and receive electromagnetic signals for wireless power transfer.
  5. LED: Illuminates wirelessly to demonstrate energy transfer.
  6. Charging Circuit: Converts wireless energy into usable power for charging devices.
  7. PCB: Provides a platform for assembling and connecting the components.


  1. The battery powers the circuit, supplying electricity to the charging circuit and transmitter coil.
  2. When the switch is turned on, the transistor activates the charging circuit, generating an alternating current (AC) in the transmitter coil.
  3. The alternating current induces an electromagnetic field around the transmitter coil, which is detected by the receiver coil.
  4. The electromagnetic field induces a current in the receiver coil, which is converted into direct current (DC) by the charging circuit.
  5. The DC power charges the mobile device wirelessly or illuminates the LED bulb, demonstrating the wireless energy transfer process.