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Wireless charging devices make life easier. Whether you keep it on your desk, a cabinet at home, or clipped to your car vent, a wireless charger can make charging your electronic devices last effortlessly. But even if you use it regularly, there's still a lot you still need to learn about wireless charging, and you may need to include essential details.
In this article, we'll explain in detail how wireless charging works in an easy-to-understand way. In addition, we offer some of the best wireless charging phone accessories and devices to help you make the most of this beautiful and convenient way to charge your phone for enhanced functionality.
Generally speaking, wireless chargers are usually pads or charging stations without messy cables. By placing a compatible wireless charging device (such as a phone that supports wireless charging) on top, the wireless charging device then charges the phone and other devices that can be charged, which is a very convenient and effective charging method that has gained popularity in recent years.
Wireless charging may sound like one of the modern progressive inventions of the 21st century, but the basic principles of wireless charging have been around for much longer than that. This seemingly modern science of wireless charging is very similar to the resonant inductive coupling process of 19th-century scientist Nikola Tesla - a method he used to light up his laboratory in the late 1800s.
This inductive charging method generates a magnetic field between a transmitter and receiver that transmits electricity through electrical waves. Eventually, Tesla created and patented the Tesla Coil Tower, which emits electric currents through space. He had hoped to use this invention to create a radio network to use his induction charging on a broader scale. While this never happened in his lifetime, it is very close to how we charge our phones wirelessly today.
And to this day, wireless charging devices or accessories are designed with an electromagnetic coil inside. These electromagnetic coils are induction coils in the charging base that create an antenna-like magnetic field and send energy to your phone. But how does the phone capture this electromagnetic energy?
First, through a receiver, a smaller electromagnetic coil inside the phone receives the energy from the induction coil and transmits that energy back to the phone's battery.
Before diving into how wireless charging works, let's discuss some of the charging methods used. You need to know that wireless charging has two standards for charging: the Qi standard and the PMA standard. Both use the same inductive charging. The real key difference is the amount of wavelength used.
PMA Wireless Charging: Known as the Power Matters Alliance, the PMA wireless charging standard uses wavelengths that are generally in the 277-357 kHz band.
Qi Wireless Charging: The Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) created the Qi wireless charging method. It is the most widely known and popular wireless charging method of the two standards and is used by many brands in their wireless charging devices. It is available in the 100-205 kHz frequency band.
Wireless charging is slower than plugging your device directly into a cable, so how fast is it? What are some ways to make wireless devices charge faster?
First, you have to understand that a device's typical maximum charging speed is 10 watts. While you can find 15 watts or more expensive chargers, the average wireless charging device is 10 watts. Fast chargers are another matter entirely. You'll find fast charging adapters that use fast charging technology and Qi standards to deliver 10 to 65 watts of power.
Wireless chargers have some challenges, such as physical design and materials, that can prevent them from charging as efficiently as possible. There was a time when wireless chargers could not be used with phone cases. But now, this problem has been overcome. As technology evolves, the speed and efficiency of wireless chargers will continue to improve over time.
Today, you can find a wide variety of fast chargers that can instantly get your device fully charged. Miman Intelligent Technology's wireless fast charger is slower than direct cable contact. However, it can still give you substantial wireless charging speeds.
Wireless charging accessories can be used with phone cases, but there are some considerations you should read before purchasing any cases.
When it comes to wireless charging, bulky cases can impede charging. This means that only some cases can impede wireless charging. Instead, it means that some thicker case materials are difficult to contact with the wireless charger's sensor. So when you want to buy a case, please pay attention to the material and thickness size to avoid obstructing wireless charging.
Aluminum and metal cases, although these materials are solid and durable, these phones because of the material problem is to prevent your phone from wireless charging, if you choose a case is best to choose a case that does not impede the work of the wireless charger; magnetic field materials, such as plastic and leather, made of cases.
Miman Intelligent Technology has 18 years of OEM and ODM experience in wireless charging. We can integrate the production and assembly from the source of research and development to the procurement of materials. Welcome to inquire about wireless charging solutions!