Wiferion - PULS to showcase their latest AGV wireless charging systems at IntralogisteX 2024

Contactless industrial wireless charging for AGVs Visit Wiferion - PULS on stand 914 At IntraLogisteX 2024, 19th – 20th March, NEC Birmingham

PULS Wireless is a pioneer and technological leader in the provision of contactless industrial wireless charging of Lithium batteries for autonomous guided vehicles (AGV), autonomous mobile robots (AMR / CoBot) and industrial trucks. At this year's Intralogistex visitors will be able to see a working wireless charging demonstration of this innovative charging system.


Using their innovative "in-process charging" the inductive battery charging systems enables the continuous operation of AGVs and AMRs allowing the vehicles to be supplied with energy efficiently and fully automatically, without contact and without the vehicles having to interrupt their transport for charging breaks.

The PULS Wireless system can charge an entire vehicle fleet with just one charging station, no matter what voltage, current and even battery type and can collect data on capacity, energy status and much more. The chargers can be installed without major changes to building structures offering an advantage to companies who rent their warehouse or factory space.

Other PULS products on display will include their market leading FIEPOS decentralised power supplies with high protection classes to IP67, developed for flexible use directly in the field and DIN-Rail power supplies including PISA-B and PISA-M electronic circuit breakers.

For more information on PULS Wireless visit https://www.wiferion.com/en/ or call +44 1525 841001, email sales@puls.co.uk or visit www.pulspower.com

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