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Delta Displays High-Efficiency 30 kW Wireless Charging System for Electric Forklifts, Heavy-load AGVs, and Yard Trucks at MODEX 2024

March 15, 2024

Delta Displays High-Efficiency 30 kW Wireless Charging System for Electric Forklifts, Heavy-load AGVs, and Yard Trucks at MODEX 2024

Delta, a global provider of IoT-based smart green solutions, today announced its new M∞Vair 30 kW Wireless Charging System, which has recently obtained Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approval and METus* certification, will be presented during the MODEX 2024 logistics tradeshow. The M∞Vair 30 kW model boasts 95% contactless power conversion efficiency and can be applied to large industrial e-vehicles, such as electric forklifts, heavy-load AGVs, yard trucks, and airport ground support equipment.

Dave Morse, Vice President of Delta Americas’ Industrial and Automation, said, “As Industry 4.0 continues to evolve, Delta has leveraged its core competence in high-efficiency power electronics to develop innovative wireless charging systems capable of supporting the surging demand of electric forklifts and AGVs in smart factories. Our state-of-the-art 30kW wireless charging model is ready to enhance the productivity and energy efficiency of electric industrial vehicles used in the logistics and manufacturing industries across the U.S. market.”

Delta’s M∞Vair Series Wireless Charging Systems adopt industrial wireless charging technology, which is licensed by WiTricity, a U.S. wireless charging technology company. The Series features 1 kW and 30 kW models, along with the 3.3 kW and 10 kW ones, expected to arrive later this year. Each model is composed of a primary unit, which is connected to the AC supply, and a secondary unit for battery connection in industrial vehicles.

The Series allows wireless charging over a gap of 20 mm to max. 150 mm for various batteries with 93% – 95% power conversion efficiency to reduce unnecessary energy waste for clients. The Series’ FCC and CE certifications are testaments to the safety and stability of its inductive coupling for power transmission and the use of the wireless communication Pad-to-Pad Link (PPL).

The PPL communication is developed exclusively by Delta for wireless electrical transferal. It successfully solves the cross-talk issue of WIFI devices and allows a secondary unit of the Series to communicate only with the primary unit at a distance of 200 mm, ensuring the control of the wireless transfer of 30 kW power. This innovation demonstrates both Delta’s capability of cutting-edge technologies and the reliability of our wireless charging solutions.

We welcome visitors to Delta’s booth at MODEX 2024, booth B7640, Hall B, Georgia World Congress Center from March 11 to 14 to learn further about our next-generation industrial wireless charging systems.

*Note: METus mark indicates that a product has met the minimum requirements of the applicable safety standards. It also validates the product’s continued compliance with these standards as evidenced by periodic factory follow-up inspections.


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