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Low-power wireless charging with WCT1001A

Posted: 09 May 2014  Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:battery-powered devices  USB  charging  Freescale  WCT1001A 

There are many battery-powered devices, which need to be periodically charged. For example mobile phones, tablets, battery-powered hand tools and others. These tools are usually powered or charged by a dedicated cord from a USB port or from a dedicated wall adapter. Wirelessly transferred power simplifies the powering or charging of these devices and brings a new level of convenience to the everyday lives of our customers. Dedicated controllers are required for wireless charging application control. Freescale provides the WCT1001A controller.

This application note describes an example of how a universal wireless low-power charger can be designed. This example shows how to easily build a wireless charging transmitter. It is possible to modify this example in accordance with specific customer requirements.

View the PDF document for more information.

Originally published by Freescale Semiconductor at www.freescale.com as "Low-Power Wireless Charging Using the Freescale WCT1001A Controller".





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