High-performance wireless charging coils from Laird

High-performance wireless charging coils from Laird Wireless charging can be used in multiple applications, including designs which need to be completely sealed for operational purposes or premium products where wireless charging brings ultimate convenience. Many industries are already employing wireless charging capabilities.

Today, you can find charge pads built into car interiors, installed in hotel lobbies and included with the latest mobile and wearable devices. Medical applications also utilise the technology, building wireless charging into storage containers for devices, ensuring they are always charged and ready for instant use.

Transmitter modules with 3D-shaped ferrite discs can significantly improve the charging performance of wireless charging, with their design concentrating the magnetic flux. In effect, transmitted energy is directed towards the receiver, rather than being broadcast openly. The design increases charging efficiency, reducing the charge time and improving its reliability.

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