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Can I charge my phone with a case on it?
In this case, some can and some can't, depending on the thickness and material of the case.
The wireless charging process is a complete wireless charging, which consists of transmitter + receiver, i.e., Wireless Charging Module transmitter + phone receiver.
The transmitter side emits energy, which is then received by the receiver side of the phone to transform energy and finally form a current to charge the phone. In this process, if there is a metal material between the transmitter and receiver, and because the metal will interfere with the usual wireless charging process, and the current Qi standard wireless charging general reception distance within 10mm, because of all these conditions to appear some can charge, and some can not charge.
Wireless Charging modules can typically be charged in the following cases.
(1) Usually, the thickness of ordinary cell phone cases is within 5mm, plus the thickness of the shell of the phone itself is not more than 8mm and can be charged typically.
(2) Most cell phone cases are made of transparent plastic, which will not affect Wireless Charging Module.
(3) In addition, some cell phone cases have wireless charging receiving coils,