Frequently Asked Questions
A lot of people ask us what wireless electricity looks like and how it works. It seems like something very modern but in reality, it's been invented for over 100 years. It just took a little bit of memory.
The transmission of wireless energy is a type of energy transmission that occurs when there is no physical contact between two points through which you want to transmit that energy. In the case of electromagnetic induction, variable magnetic fields are used to produce this effect, just as transformers do.
Teslec uses a frequency and low power that is not able to have any effect in the human body. In addition it concerns the current regulations on wireless power transmission in a frequency range between 5-130KHz.
Yes, depending on each installation can be used more or less, but can usually retrofit a conventional installation greatly reducing installation costs and materials.
The consumption of the lamps installed by Teslec is very small, more than that of conventional LED lamps, and this is because our devices do not incorporate any electronic driver or driver circuit, which allows us to reach consumptions of up to 2Watt per Every 15 lamps (this figure may vary depending on the type of installation).
In principle, in the installations that Teslec has done, the cables are placed from 2 to 20cm (1-8inch) of the lamps. However if the installation requires more distance, it can reach greater distances, and can cross walls up to 50cm (20inch) or more.