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Wireless charging uses an electromagnetic field to transfer energy between two objects through electromagnetic induction. This is usually done with a charging station. You may be familiar with wireless chargers used by popular mobile phones and other gadgets. If you notice, those chargers don’t always work with every device.

In order to work, both the devices i.e. the charger & the mobile device should be equipped with induction coils for charging. But it is not as simple as just fitting the device with inductor coils. Energy is sent through an inductive coupling to an electrical device, which can then use that energy to charge batteries or run the device.

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The new wireless charging floor enables the mobile robots to charge quicker and more efficiently. The energy charging pads are installed in the floor and the mobile robots are equipped with receivers to charge efficiently. The new charging technique uses...
Wireless charging is now being adopted at a fast rate over the last few years. Now, with the ability to transmit more power, wireless charging is being implemented in a lot of consumer-grade products such as mobile phones, wireless...
Researchers from Taiwan's National Chiayi University have created a revolutionary UAV-based charging method for city-wide sensor networks that use public transportation.  Wireless rechargeable sensor networks (WRSNs) are an important technology for the future development of smart cities. These devices use...
Microchip Technology Inc. has recently announced TrustFLEX ECC608 and Trust Anchor TA10, Qi 1.3 compatible hardware security modules (HSM). The TrustFLEX ECC608 is an industrial grade product with a pre-configured key for Qi 1.3 authentication while the TA 100...
Based on a cylindrical power coil, a uniform charging field gets transmitted while also fulfilling certain safety requirements Although not a mainstay yet for power transfer, wireless chargers offer a unique and hassle-free way for charging portable electronic devices. No...
The power transfer technology allows devices to get charged regardless of their position or orientation and even on the go The concept of wireless power transfer has been around since the 1800s, yet work on it intensified after 2010. With...
Provides class-leading safety features and a wide input supply range that for continuous charging even during vehicle stop/start events The Qi v1.2.4 Beast 1.0 solution by Spark Connected that was launched in 2018 was the industry’s first reference design that...
New control strategy can dynamically change wireless charging through multiple transmitter coils in robots and electric cars Wireless power transfer has proven to be quite useful in electronic devices such as medical implants and smartphones. Often, this is achieved by...
The new OPTIGA Trust Charge meets Qi 1.3 wireless charging standard and is suitable for charging small and portable electronic devices While wireless charging is convenient and popular in demand, an inaccurate power supply can be harmful to the...
Renesas Electronics' latest addition to its wireless power solutions portfolio aims to deliver a suitable wireless charging option for a range of commercial and industrial equipment The solution includes the company's WattShare™ technology that allows seamless transmission...
 
 

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