Pre-Conference Workshops

Practical Implementation of Wireless Power Systems from 2 10 Watts

Presented by: Upal Sengupta, Applications & Marketing Manager, TI
Bill Johns, Senior Applications Engineer, TI
Dick Stacey, Senior Applications Engineer, TI
When: August 5th, 8:30 am- 12:00 pm
Registration: $125

Wireless Power and contactless charging technology has become a reality, with millions of mobile phone devices that implement this system today. Yet, this technology is still in its early phases of adoption across a wide range of new applications including wearable products and industrial / medical applications. We will review the basics of how this technology operates, and briefly compare the three common standards (WPC, PMA, and A4WP) being considered for the broad market. Continue reading

Lithium Battery Shipping: Interpreting Continuously Changing Regulations

Presented by: Bob Richards and Jim Shimk, LabelMaster
Time: 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Registration: $149
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In this workshop, Bob Richard, Vice President of Regulatory Affairs, and Jim Shimko, Senior Manager of Dangerous Goods, Labelmaster Services will discuss how newly enacted regulations for transporting lithium battery-powered equipment continue to cause various headaches for shippers. The frustration shippers experience when shipping lithium batteries due to the continuously changing regulations and inconsistent interpretations. Continue reading

Lithium-Ion Battery Tutorial

Presented by: Robert Spotnitz, Battery Design LLC
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Registration: $495
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This full day course surveys all aspects of lithium-ion batteries ranging from materials and processes, to cell designs. A thorough overview of the issues involved in life estimation, thermal behavior, and abuse tolerance is provided. How to design lithium-ion cells is discussed in detail with an emphasis on comparing different chemistries. Continue reading

Pre-Conference Workshops

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