The unique IPT-PRIMOVE Z-Mover system overcomes charging constraints with a fast, safe and automatic charging process for any private car. The compact system can easily be retrofitted into the underside of any electric or hybrid vehicle and requires no plugging, making e-mobility more convenient than ever before.

Why Choose the Z-Mover?


  • No cables or plugs (but remain available)
  • Automatic positioning system
  • Ready for autonomous parking
  • Designed for outdoor use


  • High efficiency
  • One system fits all vehicle heights
  • Compact and light design


  • Integrated state-of-the-art metal detection
  • Minimized electromagnetic emissions
  • No access for living objects
  • Pinch protection included

Today’s Best-Proven Concept for Retrofitted Wireless Home Charging

The IPT-PRIMOVE wireless charging system requires no cables or plugs, making the use of electric cars easy and convenient. The car drives over the charging pad on the ground. Once the car comes to a stop over the charging pad, the primary winding in the pad induces an electromagnetic field captured by the compact pick-up coil located on the underside of the car.

Charging stops automatically when the car’s battery is fully charged. The driver can also interrupt the charging at any time. The system is ideally suited for locations where the cars usually park, such as private and company garages.

The Z-Mover can be easily adjusted to different car platforms and classes – from smaller sports cars to larger SUVs. It is also scalable to be adapted to other power classes from 3.6 kW to 22 kW.

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79588 Efringen-Kirchen


Call: +49 (0) 7628-692-96-0

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