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HEVO wireless charging technology Sewer lid as a charger?

by:Yisheng      2021-06-02

   [Technical Channel of Quanzhou Yisheng Machinery Co., Ltd.] From the Toyota Prius flat to Tesla's overnight fame, the development of electric vehicles can be regarded as the stage where a hundred flowers bloom, but so far, the battery life is short and the battery is charged. Problems such as imperfect facilities are also recognized as bottlenecks hindering the development of electric vehicles. Not long ago, we reported that IBM has developed an air lithium battery that lasts 5 times longer than the current battery. No, a sewer manhole cover released by HEVO once again challenges these bottlenecks. What is the usefulness of the small manhole cover? This article will explore the secrets for everyone!

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   If the charging station is constructed in the form of a traditional gas station, at least the following two problems will be brought about: First, charging It’s no better than refueling. If you want to fully charge the vehicle, it takes about 2 hours (like the BMW i3 to be fully charged with 80% of the battery in 1.5 hours), and it takes more than 10 hours. This will inevitably cause a huge queue for charging. , Gas station-style charging equipment will never be able to meet the charging demand.

   Second, even if the charging station solves the problem of one carrot and one pit, every electric vehicle can be charged under the premise of ensuring profitability. Most car owners will not be by the side of the vehicle when charging, which may cause unexpected random situations such as deliberate damage to the charging gun, stealing electricity and leakage.

   A while ago, we also reported related articles about Toyota wireless charging equipment (what? It’s not clear, please click: wireless charging technology), the basic principle is through electromagnetic resonance Function, eliminating the need to plug the charging gun into the charging step, wireless charging basically solves the second problem mentioned above. However, because Toyota's charging device consists of four parts, it is difficult to popularize, so the problem of short supply has not been solved. Is there any way to make the wireless charging source spread all over the city like a sewer manhole cover?

   The answer is the sewer manhole cover-the idea is from the New York HEVO company (Hybrid u0026 Electric Vehicle Optimization) . The principle of this charging device developed by HEVO is similar to Toyota's wireless charging technology-generating electric energy through electromagnetic resonance to the car's charging coil. The peripheral part of this smart manhole cover is made of durable resin, which can withstand a pressure of 447 MPa, which can effectively protect the electronic components inside the manhole cover.

   Similar to Toyota’s wireless charging facility, it takes at least 10 hours to fully charge using HEVO’s smart manhole cover, but the latter’s charging convenience is much higher than former. Whether the car arrives at home at night or at the company during the day, a sewer manhole can be seen everywhere and the car can be charged by stopping the car above it.

   Of course, there is also a free mobile phone software provided by HEVO company that is used in conjunction with this smart manhole cover. Through this software, car owners can not only find the nearest smart charging easily The manhole cover, and more importantly, can be paid through the mobile phone software, which greatly simplifies the entire charging operation process.

   If you are already amazed by the infinite creativity of the above HEVO company, then another feature of the smart manhole cover I will introduce next can definitely be said to have spared no effort to subvert Our three views—according to the official introduction of HEVO, smart manhole covers can not only charge the vehicle when the vehicle is stationary, but also charge the vehicle after running—by placing the smart manhole cover in the middle of the driving lane. This means that if you have a vehicle that supports wireless charging technology, wherever you go, there will be a personal butler waiting for the health of your vehicle 24 hours a day!

  Summary : HEVO expects to spread the smart manhole cover technology to the entire New York City next year. I don’t know if the crime rate in this prosperous city will soar? But then again, it is recommended that HEVO cooperate with IBM, which is expected to be so. The combination of two birds with one stone can solve the bottleneck problem that has plagued the field of electric vehicles for decades in a few years.

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