Wireless Charging, also known as Inductive Charging, is a convenient and cable-free way to charge your electronic devices. It requires two things:
A charger, usually in the form of a puck, a mat or a stand that connects to a power source.
A smartphone, smartwatch or other electronic device that is compatible with wireless charging.
Now you’re ready to charge! Simply place your phone onto the charging base and charging starts immediately
Connecting to a wireless Imagine giving your iPhone Wireless charging is
charger is faster and easier or Samsung phone a little battery just as fast as using
than plugging in cables. boost every time you put it down. conventional chargers.
Just set your phone down With wireless charging, you can. A 5-watt charging pad
onto the charger, and it Wireless chargers come in all shapes will charge your phone
starts charging immediately and sizes. With one on your nightstand as quickly as a 5-watt/1
No need to free up your on your desk, even in your car, it’s easy Amp wall charger
other hand to find and to keep even the hardest working which is usually the kind
connect a cable device charged all day. supplied with your phone
HOW DOES WIRELESS CHARGING WORK?
Exactly what is Qi wireless charging? What are the different kinds of Qi wireless technologies? Do they all work with your iPhone, Samsung phone, or other device? And how does wireless charging use magnetic fields to provide a faster and safer charging solution? If you want to learn more about how wireless charging works, we make sense of it all in this easy-to-understand guide.
HOW INDUCTIVE WIRELESS CHARGING WORKS
The secret to how wireless charging works is electromagnetic induction:
1. A transmitter coil in the charging base sends out a signal.
2. The signal searches for a receiver coil, like the one in your compatible smartphone.
3. When it senses one, electromagnetic induction begins.
4. The electrons (electricity) inside the transmitter coil start to flow around in the coil.
5. This generates a magnetic field, which is sensed by the electrons in the receiver coil
6. The electrons trapped inside the receiver coil start to flow around the coil due to the magnetic field
7. This flow of electrons inside the receiver coil is the electricitypowering the battery in your smartphone.