Wireless Charging ICs, Wireless Power ICs
Leader in Wireless Charging Technology
IDT is a leader in wireless charger ICs for wireless power transfer systems. Addressing all major standards and technologies, IDT’s broad portfolio of wireless power ICs consists of both transmitters and receivers that offer distinct advantages in physical size, power efficiency, and flexibility.
|► See Wireless Power Transmitters (Tx)|
► See Wireless Power Receivers (Rx)
|► Introduction to Wireless Battery Charging|
► Learn more about Magnetic Induction
► Learn more about Magnetic Resonance
Wireless Power ICs to Meet Your Needs
IDT’s highly integrated transmitter ICs are designed for use in fixed and portable charging bases, while the ultra-compact, low-power receiver ICs are targeted at portable devices and accessories. With variations in input voltages, wireless power standards support, and coil types/numbers, IDT’s wireless power solutions are suitable for a wide range of applications spanning virtually all markets and industries. In addition, some wireless charger ICs can provide additional benefits for increased wattage and control when paired together.
Wireless Charging IC Design-in Support Tools
Wireless charging technology is complex, and wireless charging ICs are no exception. For this reason, IDT complements its solutions with reference designs, support tools, and design-in documentation — making the daunting task of designing-in a wireless power IC as easy and fast as possible. Product-specific resources can be found on the various product pages.
Industry-compatible Wireless Power ICs
IDT participates in all major industry associations and ecosystems, including the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC), Power Matters Alliance (PMA), and Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP). IDT develops wireless charging ICs for both magnetic induction and magnetic resonance wireless power transfer systems that conform to the Qi, PMA, and Rezence standards.
About Wireless Charging Technology
Wireless charging technology facilitates the transmission of electrical energy from a power source to an electrical load without connecting wires. The technology is useful in cases where wires are hazardous, impossible to connect, or simply inconvenient.
Today’s wireless chargers come in various physical forms, but are all based on the fundamental principles of electromagnetic coupling. Adhering to one or more industry standards, the challenge to build advanced wireless charging ICs is to maximize efficiency, compatibility, and safety, while minimizing the physical dimensions of the solution. IDT’s industry-leading devices offer all of these qualities, enabling wireless charger and portable device manufacturers to easily and effectively integrate wireless charging technology into their next-generation products.
Wireless Power Introduction Video
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