A new approach to power supplies for robots

A new approach to power supplies for robots,10.1109/28.90341,IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications,A. Esser,H.-C. Skudelny

A new approach to power supplies for robots   (Citations: 27)
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A cableless power supply system for multiaxis robots is proposed. As key components, it contains rotatable transformers placed in the joints of the robot. It consists of two halves of a ferrite pot core containing the primary and secondary windings, respectively. The energy is transferred to the movable parts of the robot through this transformer at a frequency of 25 kHz. This frequency allows a compact design of the transformer. A schematic representation of the new system is offered. Investigations of the steady-state and the transient behavior were carried out. Experimental results were obtained from an experimental setup with a 20 kVA, 650 V IGBT converter
Journal: IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications - IEEE TRANS IND APPL , vol. 27, no. 5, pp. 872-875, 1991
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