BS EN 62827-3:2017 - Wireless power transfer. Management. Multiple source control management

BS EN 62827-3:2017

Wireless power transfer. Management. Multiple source control management

Status : Current   Published : April 2017



IEC 62827-3:2016(E) specifies methods and procedures to form groups for a spatial wireless power-transfer system. The group of spatial wireless power-transfer systems that include multiple power sources provides power transfer to receiving devices based on magnetic resonance technology. In order to achieve efficient power transfer to multiple receiving devices, this document also specifies methods and procedures to set, share, and control the conditions of power transfer between multiple power sources and receiving devices.


Standard NumberBS EN 62827-3:2017
TitleWireless power transfer. Management. Multiple source control management
Publication Date30 April 2017
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsEN 60747-16-4:2004/A1:2011,EN 62827-3:2017,IEC 62827-3:2016
Draft Superseded By15/30320923 DC
DescriptorsLocal area networks, Verification, Metropolitan area networks, Telecommunication, Magnetic properties of materials, Magnetic fields, Electric power systems, Data processing, Interfaces (data processing), Information exchange
Title in FrenchTransfert de puissance sans fil. Gestion. Gestion du contrôle de sources multiples
Title in GermanDrahtlose Energieübertragung. Management. Mehrfachquellen Steuerungsmanagement
ISBN978 0 580 89692 7
File Size2.264 MB

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