Toshiba introduces chip for fast wireless charging




Toshiba has unveiled a chip that wireless charging to make when loading wired. Almost as quickly The TC7763WBG can achieve an output of 5 watts and meets the Qi standard which, inter alia, using large smart phone manufacturers.

According to Toshiba achieved the chip operating efficiency of 95 percent, but does not explain how that was done, the efficiency is often lower, thus charging a device using a Qi charger takes longer. Chargers equipped with chip compatible with devices using the Qi standard as the newer Nexus devices from Google and some of Nokia’s Lumia phones, for many other phones are cases available to enable wireless charging. The chip Toshiba goes directly into mass production, but it is unknown when the first chargers are equipped with it go on sale.

The Qi standard has been prepared by the Wireless Power Consortium and manufacturers Asus, HTC, Huawei, LG, Motorola, Nokia, Samsung and Sony have now endorsed the standard. The standard includes the use of induction current to charge devices. A competitor of Qi is WiPower, a standard that uses magnetic resonance to charge devices. Although Samsung applies the Qi technology in today’s smartphones, the company will in the future change to WiPower. The idea is that users other electronics like cameras can provide. Besides smartphones via wireless charging power

Toshiba TC7763WBG photo


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