What is a Wireless Charging Receiver?

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Editorial Team - everything PE

Feb 24, 2022

A wireless charging receiver is used to wirelessly receive electric power from a wireless charging transmitter. The magnetic field generates an electrical current within the device when the receiving magnetic plate on the portable device comes into contact with the transmitter, or at least within the defined range. This current is then converted into direct current (DC), which in turn charges the built-in battery.

Wireless charging receivers are ideal for smartphones, portable media players, digital cameras, tablets, wearables, headsets, wireless speakers, portable lighting, notebooks, medical devices, cordless power tools, cordless vacuum cleaners, soap dispensers, hearing aids, medical devices, supercapacitors, and electric vehicle charging system applications.

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