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Cordless Kitchen A powerful new kitchen concept

June 16, 2016 WPC Seminar in Taipei Nick Kuroda / Philips

©Naosuke Kuroda, Philips Electronics Japan1

June 2016 Jan. 23, 16, 2014 HABWPC1603 Seminar in Taipei

Benefits of Cordless Free from tangled cord

No cable accident Water/Dust proof

No danger of warn-out cable ©Naosuke Kuroda, Philips Electronics Japan2

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“Cordless appliance would make your kitchen Clean and Tidy!”

Nationwide TV news on Fuji-TV (8ch) on February 22nd, 2016 in Japan ©Naosuke Kuroda, Philips Electronics Japan3

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Convenient & Clean • Tidy counter top; Looks great! • Flat counter top; Easy to clean!



Appliances are easy to clean too!  Appliances may be sealed and could be rinsed or put in the dishwasher!

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Space efficient • Appliances easy to store

• No need for a space-consuming stove in a small kitchens ©Naosuke Kuroda, Philips Electronics Japan5

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Multiple locations • “Hot Spots” can be installed in multiple locations: in the countertop and in the dining table.

• Appliances can be moved to the dining table and work there as well. ©Naosuke Kuroda, Philips Electronics Japan6

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The Kitchen Work Group (KWG) • Charter: The Kitchen Work Group will develop specifications of an interface between cordless kitchen appliances and inductive power sources for powering these appliances. • The desired features of these specifications are described in the agreed Commercial Requirements.

©Naosuke Kuroda, Philips Electronics Japan7

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Organizational Structure of WPC

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Cordless kitchen appliances The specifications will enable a whole new class of cordless appliances. These appliances will be easy to handle, easy to clean and easy to store. Rather than a conventional wall power socket, these appliances need an inductive power source to be powered.

Courtesy of Fulton Innovation

Wattage: up to 1.5 or 2.4 kW! Courtesy of Fulton Innovation

Appliance in control The cordless kitchen specifications will feature a feed-back loop from appliance to transmitter. Controls (On/off, more/less, temperature, timer) are on the appliance. ©Naosuke Kuroda, Philips Electronics Japan9

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Inductive Power Sources Inductive power sources (transmitters) may be stand alone or integrated in the kitchen counter tops or dining tables. Transmitters could combine the Wireless Power transfer to an appliance with conventional Inductive Heating.

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Principle of Operation B

Inductive Power Transfer (IPT) Power may be transferred with induction using a primary coil (in the transmitter) and a secondary coil (in the appliance). This will be the designated method for motor driven appliances.

Induction Heating (IH) Power (heat) may be transferred directly into the metal base of an appliance by induction heating. This method may offer advantages (e.g. cost, efficiency, shielding) for cordless heating appliances such as kettles.

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Available Documents for Cordless Kitchen White Paper (public)

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Commercial Requirement v1.1 (members only)

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Specifications v0.5 draft 5 (members only)

You can make anything “Cordless” Personal Fryer

Anything else… Knife sharpener

Steamer Baby food maker

Egg cooker Sake warmer

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Functional models Blender and Toaster

Fulton Innovation (2009) 14 ©Naosuke Kuroda, Philips Electronics Japan

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Functional models Rice Cooker and Blender Haier (2013)

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Functional models Food Processor Philips (2014)

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Functional models “FreeStyle” IH Cooker Panasonic (2015)

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Functional models Cordless Cooking Island w/Smartphone Charger LGE (2015)

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Functional models Cordless “AirFryer”

Philips (2015)

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Functional models Multi-Cooker Philips (2016)

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www.wirelesspowerconsortium.com

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