Wireless Inductive Charging is fast to be a popular way to charge your mobile phone and digital pads wirelessly.
Set to be one of the key must-have functions in smartphone and handheld devices, Wireless inductive charging allows connector and cable-free charging of battery-powered devices. With wireless technology on the rise, and several products already populating the market, finding out how it works and chosing the right one to charge devices can prove tricky.
The transmitter and receiver devices for wireless inductive charging have an in-built coil each which change electrical current into electro-magnetic current (Transmitter) picked up and converted back into electric current (Receiver). This then charges your phone/device without any cables or connections.
Qi, pronounced CHEE, defines wireless power transmission over distances of 4cm, developed by the Wireless Power Consortium, is a system which uses a charging pad which charges your phone once placed on top of the pad.
The key to purchasing the corect Qi for your device, is compatibility. With wireless charging technology on the rise, this will become less of an issue.
There are adaptors on the market which you can purchase additionally, and has an in-built coil inside it compatible with Qi charging pad which you attach to your mobile device, allowing this to be charged.
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