Spark Connected Announces New 300W Industrial Wireless Charging Solution Powered by AURIX™

DALLAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Spark Connected, ( a global leader in developing advanced and innovative wireless power technology and system level solutions, revealed The Yeti 300 Watt wireless charging solution today – the industry’s highest power level.

The 300W Yeti solution merges the industry’s highest power with flexible one-to-one charging, and power delivery at greater than 95% efficiency. The system is powered directly from AC mains power to improve reliability and minimize installation challenges. It is ideal for harsh industrial environments in Industry 4.0 applications, factories, warehouses and e-mobility fleet management that require products to be hermetically sealed while still providing a flexible charging experience.

According to Emanuel Stingu, Chief Technology Officer at Spark Connected, “High power levels in wireless power applications have been elusive for a long time. Achieving high power transfer in practical implementations has always been a compromise between efficiency, safety, reliability and user experience. The Spark Connected solution with its unique system architecture together with the Pantheon™ wireless power control software, provides all these with no compromise in an easy to use package.”

Combining state of the art wireless power technology and domain expertise from Spark Connected with the scalable AURIX™ Microcontroller portfolio has resulted in an exciting breakthrough solution. The Yeti addresses the need for safety and security for advanced industrial applications that will enable an industry 300W solution to the market, extending our joint roadmap for wireless power,” says Ralf Ködel, Senior Director Marketing & Management Microcontroller at Infineon technologies.

Highlights of Spark Connected’s Yeti 300W solution include:

  • Full end-to-end 300-Watt wireless charging system
  • Superior performance at >95% efficiency (DC-DC)
  • System includes both receiver and transmitter
  • Complete battery charging and management function
  • Spark Connected Pantheon™ intelligent control wireless power software
  • Transmitter can be powered directly from 85V – 264V AC line voltage
  • Built-in safety features including robust metallic Foreign Object Detection (FOD)
  • Supports future products and standards changes with a simple software upgrade
  • Meets strict regulatory requirements
  • Industry’s highest power levels using the smallest coils
  • Applications: Industry 4.0, autonomous robots, floor care, drones, medical devices, underwater sensors, power tools, e-bikes

About Spark:

Spark Connected| powering the world, wirelessly

Spark connected is a global leader specializing in multiple advanced and safe wireless power technologies that benefits a wide variety of applications in the Automotive, Industrial, Infrastructure, Medical, Robotics, Security, Factory Automation, IOT, Smart Home, and Consumer markets. Spark Connected is transforming wireless power delivery and intelligent battery charging with innovative platforms, disruptive technology and breakthrough products enabling an enhanced user experience for all.

Spark Connected is a Regular Member of the Wireless Power Consortium, with multiple committee leadership positions.

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About Infineon

Infineon Technologies AG is a world leader in semiconductor solutions that make life easier, safer and greener. Microelectronics from Infineon is the key to a better future. In the 2019 fiscal year (ending 30 September), the Company reported sales of €8.0 billion with around 41.400 employees worldwide. With the acquisition of US-based Cypress Semiconductor Corporation in April 2020, Infineon has become a global top 10 semiconductor company.

Infineon is listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (ticker symbol: IFX) and in the USA on the over-the-counter market OTCQX International Premier (ticker symbol: IFNNY).

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Please forward inquiries for Spark Connected to:

Marina Wolf: [email protected]


Please forward inquiries for Infineon to:

Marcello Williams: [email protected]

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