Unlocking innovation with wireless power
Reach Labs is building a wireless power system to become the platform for powering Industry 4.0. Reserve an evaluation kit to get a first look at the future of powering connected devices.
Powering Industry 4.0
With the prolific rise of smart devices at every phase of the supply chain, value has never been greater and need never stronger for a power solution that unlocks the full potential of IoT. We’ve built a system to do just that.
Before you ask…
If it’s not the first question we get, it’s the second. Safety concerns are a top interest for users and a top priority for us at Reach. It’s why our system has been carefully considered and designed to comfortably fall within FCC and IEEE standards since day one. In addition to working with regulatory agencies on compliance, all of our wireless power routers feature fail-safe field protection systems as an extra precaution.
INDICATIVE POWER / DISTANCE LEVELS
INDICATIVE POWER / DISTANCE LEVELS
We’re often asked how much power our system can deliver and how far. The true but unfortunate answer is that it depends on several variables including the sizes of the wireless power router and target, separation distance, and angle of orientation. Knowing that answer leaves something to be desired, we have replicated a setting to demonstrate the expected power per target at various distances using the evaluation kit size specifications.
WIRELESS POWER ROUTER
The wireless power router delivers power to a network of Target devices.
|Typical Power Transmission Range||5-30 ft|
|Typical Power Delivered per Target||5-150 mW|
|Field of View||90º|
|Coverage Area||3,000 square-feet / ~275m2 at 10 meters (~30 ft)|
|Dimensions||250 x 250 x 100 mm3|
|Primary Power Transmission Frequency||5.855 gHz|
|Communication Protocol||Bi-directional BTLE|
|Input Power Connection||120 VAC, 60 Hz|
Targets replicate the form factor and power specifications of representative IoT devices.
|Maximum Delivered Power Per Target||150mW|
|Maximum distance from Wireless Power Router||10 meters (~30 ft)|
|Dimensions||80 x 80 x 6 mm3|
|Max / Min / Nominal Voltage||4.1V / 3.5V / 3.7V|
|BTLE Beaconing Rate||2 times / second|
|Output Connection||1 x 2 female pin header|
The dashboard allows authorized users to remotely manage devices on the power network using advanced monitoring, controlling, and reporting capabilities.
|Real-Time Network Monitoring|
|Power Consumption Reporting|
|Device Power (on/off) Control|
See Technology in Action
The Reach Wireless Power Network is built using modular blocks which allow for scalability to meet a range of power specifications.
The system operates by adapting to any given environment, guaranteeing transmission along the most efficient Power Path available without prior setting knowledge.
NON-LINE OF SIGHT
In the event of an object blocking direct line-of-sight, the system exploits reflections within the environment to identify the next-best power delivery channel.
The system features the ability to simultaneously power multiple devices at once. Unlike other solutions, the power network grows in efficiency as more and more devices are connected.
Custom, proprietary algorithms control antenna behavior to search and identify the most optimal Power Path for delivering wireless electricity to every device in the network simultaneously.
ADAPTABLE POWER DELIVERY
If devices in the power network shift location, the wireless power router automatically detects and re-optimizes the Power Path to maximize power transfer.