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I have a wireless electricity transmission circuit that is intended to be used to power a toy car. However, the receiver coil does not cause the motor to rotate.

I am using a 9-volt battery in the transmitting coil, which is functioning properly. The receiving coil is receiving electricity and can power an LED. I used a bridge rectifier to convert the alternating current to a direct current to power the motor.

To test it, I connected the motor and LED in series as the output of the bridge rectifier with a capacitor going across the outputs. The LED lights up properly but the motor fails to function.

What can be done to power motors through wireless power transfer and how can I make my circuit work?

Powering a motor through wireless Electricity

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simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab

I have a wireless electricity transmission circuit that is intended to be used to power a toy car. However, the receiver coil does not cause the motor to rotate.

I am using a 9-volt battery in the transmitting coil, which is functioning properly. The receiving coil is receiving electricity and can power an LED. I used a bridge rectifier to convert the alternating current to a direct current to power the motor.

To test it, I connected the motor and LED in series as the output of the bridge rectifier with a capacitor going across the outputs. The LED lights up properly but the motor fails to function.

What can be done to power motors through wireless power transfer and how can I make my circuit work?

Powering a motor through wireless electricity

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Schematic redrawn by Transistor. OP to edit or delete as required.

I have a wireless electricity transmission circuit that is intended to be used to power a toy car. However, the receiver coil does not cause the motor to rotate.

I am using a 9-volt battery in the transmitting coil, which is functioning properly. The receiving coil is receiving electricity and can power an LED. I used a bridge rectifier to convert the alternating current to a direct current to power the motor.

To test it, I connected the motor and LED in series as the output of the bridge rectifier with a capacitor going across the outputs. The LED lights up properly but the motor fails to function.

What can be done to power motors through wireless power transfer and how can I make my circuit work?

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simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab

I have a wireless electricity transmission circuit that is intended to be used to power a toy car. However, the receiver coil does not cause the motor to rotate.

I am using a 9-volt battery in the transmitting coil, which is functioning properly. The receiving coil is receiving electricity and can power an LED. I used a bridge rectifier to convert the alternating current to a direct current to power the motor.

To test it, I connected the motor and LED in series as the output of the bridge rectifier with a capacitor going across the outputs. The LED lights up properly but the motor fails to function.

What can be done to power motors through wireless power transfer and how can I make my circuit work?

I have a wireless electricity transmission circuit that is intended to be used to power a toy car. However, the receiver coil does not cause the motor to rotate.

I am using a 9-volt battery in the transmitting coil, which is functioning properly. The receiving coil is receiving electricity and can power an LED. I used a bridge rectifier to convert the alternating current to a direct current to power the motor.

To test it, I connected the motor and LED in series as the output of the bridge rectifier with a capacitor going across the outputs. The LED lights up properly but the motor fails to function.

What can be done to power motors through wireless power transfer and how can I make my circuit work?

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simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab

I have a wireless electricity transmission circuit that is intended to be used to power a toy car. However, the receiver coil does not cause the motor to rotate.

I am using a 9-volt battery in the transmitting coil, which is functioning properly. The receiving coil is receiving electricity and can power an LED. I used a bridge rectifier to convert the alternating current to a direct current to power the motor.

To test it, I connected the motor and LED in series as the output of the bridge rectifier with a capacitor going across the outputs. The LED lights up properly but the motor fails to function.

What can be done to power motors through wireless power transfer and how can I make my circuit work?

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I have a wireless electricity transmission circuit that is intended to be used to power a toy car. However, the receiver coil does not cause the motor to rotate. 

I am using a 9-volt battery in the transmitting coil, which is functioning properly. The receiving coil is receiving electricity and can power an LED. I used a bridge rectifier to convert the alternating current to a direct current to power the motor. 

To test it, I connected the motor and ledLED in series as the output of the bridge rectifier with a capacitor going across the outputs. The LED lights up properly but the motor fails to function. 

What can be done to power motors through wireless power transfer and how can I make my circuit work. Thanks!?

I have a wireless electricity transmission circuit that is intended to be used to power a toy car. However, the receiver coil does not cause the motor to rotate. I am using a 9-volt battery in the transmitting coil, which is functioning properly. The receiving coil is receiving electricity and can power an LED. I used a bridge rectifier to convert the alternating current to a direct current to power the motor. To test it, I connected the motor and led in series as the output of the bridge rectifier with a capacitor going across the outputs. The LED lights up properly but the motor fails to function. What can be done to power motors through wireless power transfer and how can I make my circuit work. Thanks!

I have a wireless electricity transmission circuit that is intended to be used to power a toy car. However, the receiver coil does not cause the motor to rotate. 

I am using a 9-volt battery in the transmitting coil, which is functioning properly. The receiving coil is receiving electricity and can power an LED. I used a bridge rectifier to convert the alternating current to a direct current to power the motor. 

To test it, I connected the motor and LED in series as the output of the bridge rectifier with a capacitor going across the outputs. The LED lights up properly but the motor fails to function. 

What can be done to power motors through wireless power transfer and how can I make my circuit work?

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