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Qualcomm Supports Preh’s WEVC Work

November 8, 2016 in Companies, EVs, EVSE, WEVC by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Germany’s Preh to Employ Qualcomm Halo Technology

Qualcomm has disclosed an agreement with Preh GmbH for the German supplier of automotive power electronics and connected vehicle systems to use Qualcomm Halo technology in WEVC/wireless electric vehicle charging products.

qualcommpreh“Preh will include Qualcomm Halo WEVC technology in its product portfolio and will focus on commercializing WEVC systems for plug-in hybrid (PHEV) and electric vehicle (EV) manufacturers,” Qualcomm says.

“Based on the agreement, Preh intends to develop, make and supply WEVC systems based on Qualcomm Halo technology.”

Double D Magnetics

Preh is developing automotive WEVC systems based on Double D magnetics, Qualcomm says, “which deliver high power, superior performance in an industry-leading small vehicle package size.”

Qualcomm wireless charging VP/GM says in the release that his company’s technology “covers all aspects of WEVC systems, allowing Preh to deliver highly efficient, safe and flexible systems to meet the market needs.”

Preh was founded in Germany in 1919. The present-day Preh is a unit of China’s Joyson Group.

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Source: Qualcomm with Fleets & Fuels follow-up


ClipperCreek Claims the Smallest

September 14, 2013 in Uncategorized by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Level II EV Charging with ‘No Need to Juggle Cars to Plug In’

ClipperCreek is unveiling “the smallest cord-and-plug-connected, 20- amp, Level II EV charging station on the market.

ClipperCreek for ‘Highest Power’ EVSE

June 24, 2013 in EVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

New Three-Phase Unit Retains SAE-J1772 Communications Protocol,
Allows Customers Flexibility to Charge When Utility Rates Are Lowest

ClipperCreek is taking the occasion of this week’s ACT Expo in Washington to introduce the CS-100-3P, a 30-kilowatt, 80-amp, three-phase electric vehicle charger. “This technology represents the highest power EV charging station available for commercial trucking applications,” the company says. updated (with new photo) July 1

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