• Q 14.Q: Can I customize the wireless charging module according to my product requirements?

    A A: Of course, we can give you a wireless charging module according to your needs, the product power, size, induction distance are all customizable.
  • Q 13.Q: How long is the product delivery time?

    A:The general product delivery time is within 15 days, specific analysis for specific products.
  • Q 12.Q: Is wireless charging available for phones that do not support Qi?

    A A: Yes, you can add a QI wireless charging receiver and plug the receiver into your smartphone USB port while charging. Using a wireless charger, you can then charge your phone just like any Qi-enabled device. However, some older phone batteries may not be compatible, so it is recommended that you consult the manufacturer before upgrading your old device.
  • Q 11. Q: Will overnight charging damage my phone?

    A A: A wireless charger can charge multiple devices simultaneously, and most devices come with safety protocols to prevent overcharging and overheating.
  • Q 10. Q: Can wireless chargers cause burns?

    A A: As with any other electronic device, wireless chargers do get hot when in use. However, the temperature reached by a wireless charger is almost always within an acceptable range.
  • Q 9. Q: Can a wireless charger demagnetize my credit card?

    A A: Most credit cards have a magnetic stripe and a chip. For magnetic stripe cards, the card may lose functionality when placed on a wireless charger because they also work magnetically and may destroy the information on the card. Cards with chips are not affected by the magnetic field generated by the wireless charger.
  • Q 8.Q: Is data security an issue when performing wireless charging?

    A A: Data hacking and wireless charger data security are common concerns for concerned users. However, there is no real threat to wireless charging at this time. The only possibility of data theft through wireless chargers is NFC technology, to which the device owner must still grant access before access can be granted. In short, wireless chargers are unlikely to lead to mobile data theft.
  • Q 7. Q: Is the electromagnetic radiation from wireless chargers dangerous? Can it cause autism in people?

    A A: Your wireless charger emits electromagnetic radiation, of which magnetic radiation accounts for the majority. However, the emission range of these electromagnetic radiations is meager and will not cause serious problems. Also, the charger is only activated when in use, so emissions are limited to the period of use. Currently, no studies have found autism or any other health conditions associated with wireless chargers.
  • Q 6. Q: Can wireless chargers cause health problems and diseases?

    A A: Wireless charging uses electricity and magnetic fields, which are ubiquitous in these areas in modern times. Wireless chargers do not produce excessive magnetic fields, and the current passing through them does not affect the human body in any way. For the time being, wireless chargers do not cause disease or health problems in humans, and they are as safe as the electrical wiring in your home.
  • Q 5.Q: Why does my phone get hot when I do wireless charging?

    A A: It is normal and safe for your phone to get hot when you put it on a wireless charger. This is a natural result of electricity being converted into a magnetic field that is transmitted wirelessly to your phone and allows your phone to convert that magnetic field back into electricity. The phone monitors its internal temperature and requests a reduction in power if the temperature is too high.
  • Q 4. Q: Will wireless charging damage my battery?

    A A: Your phone's battery is charged the same way regardless of whether the power source is via cable or wireless. Your phone will prevent the battery from overcharging regardless of the power source. Just like a data cable, it is safe to charge your phone wirelessly all night. Once the battery is fully charged, the charging will stop, and many phones now have a feature that automatically stops charging when fully charged.
  • Q 3.Q: Can wireless charging be done when using a phone case?

    A A: Supports up to 3 mm thick phone cases, so you don't need to remove the case when charging. It is important to note that phone cases with metal, magnets, or credit cards will prevent your phone from charging.
  • Q 2. Q: Which phones support wireless charging?

    A A: All phones on the market with wireless charging capabilities can be used
  • Q 1. Q: How do I use the wireless charger?

    A A: There is almost no setup required. Just plug it in, put your phone down and start charging. Your phone's battery icon will indicate it is charging, and the indicator light on the wireless charger will glow.