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PowerbyProxi Announces World’s First Modular Wireless Power System

AUCKLAND, New ZealandNov. 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — PowerbyProxi, developer of the world’s safest and most advanced wireless power solutions, has created the world’s first modular wireless power system – set to be unveiled at SPS Drives this week in Nuremburg, Germany.

The Proxi-Module platform is the first of its kind – a modular and configurable system enabling customers to adapt and integrate wireless power effortlessly into their products.

It achieves the highest power density of any solution on the market, with a maximum end-to-end efficiency of 91%. Its innovative design and unprecedented performance reduces power and heat losses. It also offers advanced Foreign Object Detection (FOD) for increased safety, Dynamic Pairing for instant and automatic connector mating and Proxi-Com (optional) for all commonly used data communication protocols.

“The Proxi-Module is going to transform the wireless power industry,” said Fady Mishriki, CEO of PowerbyProxi. “In the past wireless power solutions were limited by their inflexibility as bespoke products. What worked for one application was seldom a direct fit for another.”

“Our goal was to increase the accessibility of wireless power for our customers by delivering a solution with superior adaptability, flexibility and ease of integration. All at a very compelling price. Now, with so many configuration options on offer and many more in the pipeline, customers can easily tailor wireless power for their specific needs,” said Mishriki.

The Proxi-Module is CE and RoHS certified and FCC compliant, enabling customers to quickly implement wireless power into their products without any added uncertainty and cost.

“We have already delivered a number of pre-production units to selected customers, across a wide range of applications with different power/size and performance requirements. The feedback to date has been overwhelmingly positive,” said Mishriki.

The Proxi-Module is initially being released for power transfer up to 100 watts, with future higher power versions and new configuration options already in the pipeline.  This solution joins PowerbyProxi’s existing portfolio of turnkey products offering safe, reliable power transfer from 1 watt to 1 kilowatt, but at a significantly lower cost.

Technical specifications and information on purchasing the Proxi-Module system are available on the PowerbyProxi website, or by contacting PowerbyProxi directly.

About PowerbyProxi

Building on over a decade of ground breaking research PowerbyProxi was founded in 2007 as a spin-out of the University of Auckland’s world leading wireless power center of excellence. We design and develop safe, high efficiency and high density wireless power technology. We take our technology to market through licensing partnerships in consumer electronics markets and direct end product sales in non-consumer electronics markets. We solve mission-critical problems in demanding, hostile industrial environments where the delivery of consistent power is imperative. For more information visit:

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