Wireless charging?– power transfer
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Cut the cables – and charge your devices without wires
It’s a familiar story: You want to make a call but your smartphone battery has just died. Up until now, you would have had to find the charging cable, connect it to your phone and then plug it into an outlet. Which is all fine. But it can still be a hassle. Especially if you can’t find your cable or the one you have doesn’t fit the jack on your phone. Wireless charging changes all that. It uses electromagnetic fields to transfer power from a transmitter to a receiver application. In short, it charges your battery without a physical connection.
Our portfolio comprises a broad selection of leading semiconductor products address application requirements for wireless charging, ranging from just a few watts up to kilowatts. These products include:
- Best-in-class discrete OptiMOS? MOSFETS
- StrongIRFET? MOSFETS
- CoolMOS? MOSFETS
- Small signal power MOSFETs
- GaN HEMTs for high-speed switching
- Reverse conducting IGBTs
- Voltage and buck regulators for component and bridge supplies
- Gate driver ICs from our EiceDRIVER? family
- OPTIGA? Trust Charge, an integrated turnkey solution for authentication, and
- Dedicated microcontrollers
Backed by our end-to-end application expertise, we offer safe and efficient wireless charging solutions for inductive and resonant topologies.
Experience the endless opportunities of wireless charging
For application requirements, ranging from just a few watts up to kilowatts
There are many reasons why you should include wireless charging into your application. There are, of course, the obvious ones – you no longer have to plug in your device or worry about plug compatibility issues. But wireless charging is also safer since there is no contact with exposed electrical connectors. What’s more, wireless charging is more reliable in harsh environments such as industrial and outdoor locations because it enables completely sealed system designs. And with wireless charging technology becoming more widespread in public spaces and in private and public transportation, you can quickly and easily charge your devices on the go. You can also charge multiple devices without having to untangle charging cables.
Wireless charging is a complex subject that requires in-depth system knowledge and expertise. Designers have to understand antennas and how they interact with surrounding structures. To successfully transfer power wirelessly, the power delivery has to be precisely controlled. By working closely with our experienced partners, we can help customers master all design challenges, including:
- Compatibility issues
- Safety issues
- Smart heat management
- Increasing efficiency and reducing charging times
- Preventing device and battery damage
Webinar: Challenges and design considerations for next generation wireless power systems
Join our webinar and learn how to accelerate and simplify the development of safe, efficient wireless charging designs.
The trusted authentication solution for wireless charging
An increasing number of products and applications support wireless charging – driven by its obvious ease and convenience. However, an inaccurate power supply can be harmful to the device and, worst case scenario, even to the user.
The advantages of using the CoolGaN? 600 V
15 W Qi transmitter (Tx) from Infineon for charging smartphones
Easy-to-use 15 W wireless charging – setup and GUI explained
Cut the cable for new charging experience
Wireless charging for consumer - Fuel the future with Infineon
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|Spark Connected is a product development and engineering solutions company delivering high technology in wireless power systems and battery management solutions. Spark Connected provides full system level wireless power solutions in both standards based and proprietary Inductive as well as proprietary Resonant technologies.||Americas, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Greater China, Japan||Power, Microcontroller||Software, Hardware, Services||Full system level wireless power solutions. Software based intelligent control systems. Hardware receiver and transmitter architectures and design files. Design custom coils for non-standard applications and form factors. Support customers Integrate Spark Connected solutions into End-Products. Support Regulatory and Safety standards|