We make reliable universal charging solutions OEMs can integrate into diverse robot platforms, or that end-users can retrofit to nearly any vehicle.

How our systems work

Every system consists of four primary components: 1) the transmitter circuit, 2) transmitter antenna, 3) onboard charger circuit, and 4) receiver antenna. These components are highlighted when selected in the diagram below.

WiBotic’s browser-based Control Panel software for configuration and system monitoring is included and can be accessed from any browser over the Internet, a local network, or point-to-point Ethernet connection depending upon customer security preferences. Systems can also operate in an autonomous mode where no browser connection is required after initial configuration. All Transmitters and Onboard Chargers are inter-compatible, operating in a one-to-one, one-to-many, or many-to-many scenario.

Individual components are chosen based upon the size, weight, and power level requirements for each robot, and can be combined to create a flexible and universal charging infrastructure for large robot fleets.



WiBotic transmitters (TRs) convert incoming wall power to a high frequency wireless power signal that is sent to the transmitter antenna coil (TC) via a 24″ cable. To maintain the highest possible efficiency, wireless power is limited only to the amount requested by the onboard charger based upon it’s configuration and power needs at the time.

Onboard Chargers

The onboard charger (OC) receives wireless power through the receiver antenna coil (RC) and converts it into the proper DC voltage and current as previously programmed for each individual robot. Choose from five OC models based upon desired size, weight, power level and environmental conditions.

Control Panel Software

The browser-based Control Panel software lets users configure and monitor the system in real time from any computer or other connected device (device not included). Two APIs are also available to allow integration with other software systems. The optional Commander package provides a fleet-wide view of charging system status.

Pick a system that works for you

All of our components are interoperable, but please keep in mind that the power output of the system is limited by the lowest power component. For example, if you select a transmitter with a lower power limit than the onboard charger, then the system will be limited by the specs of the transmitter.

WiBotic onboard chargers can also be used as programmable battery chargers for plug-in or wired charging. In this mode users still have the ability to adjust charge voltage and rate (amps) “on the fly” to optimize charging and increase battery lifespan.

If you need help determining the power level you might need, click on the button below to use our charge time calculators:

First, Select a transmitter

Next, Select an Onboard Charger

Third, select our standard or weather-proof antennas

*custom dimensions are available

Finally, Pick a Software Configuration

Do you need higher power?

We’re working on it! Enter your email with how many watts you require, and we’ll get back to you when we’ve developed a high power solution that meets your requirements.

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