In the AirFuel resonant mode, the EPC9121 system operates at 6.78 MHz with the amplifier circuit configured for ZVS operation. In this mode, the system can deliver up to 10 W of power into the source coil. Likewise, in Qi (A6) inductive mode, the system operates at 165 kHz with the amplifier circuit configured for hard-switching operation and can deliver up to 5 W of load power into the transmit coil. In short, the kit contains all the passive and active components, including 100 V eGaN FETs and coils, needed to build and evaluate the multi-mode wireless power-charging system.
Precisely, the EPC9121 demonstration kit comprises four components. These include a source (transmitter) board EPC9511, multi-mode source (transmit) coil, AirFuel Class 2 compatible receive coil with rectifier and DC output, and Qi-compatible receive coil with rectifier and DC output. Assembly details, including schematic and other operational and measurement procedures, are provided in the development board’s quick-start guide. Priced at $907.20, the multi-mode demonstration kit is available from Digi-Key.