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Know About Wireless Charging

Wireless technology is not a new concept. Nikola Tesla was the first to develop wireless technology in the 19th Century. This technology was not intended to serve any real purpose at the time.

We consumers can now embrace the amazing concept of inductive wireless chargers, thanks to the growth of smartphones and other powered mobile devices. Wireless charging products like under table wireless chargers are so convenient because you don't have to carry your charging cables everywhere you go. 

Qi is the most popular wireless technology among smartphone brands. The universal Qi platform allows all users to use the same charging grommets.

Inductive power transfer is what Qi uses. Two main components are required for a wireless charger to function: a transmitter coil (which is the base station) and a receiver coil (which is compatible with Qi-compatible mobile devices).

The transmitter transmits signals to determine if there is a receiver. The transmitter activates the charging process when it detects a receiver device.

The transmitter coil creates an electromagnetic field that induces a current in the receiver's coil while charging. The receiver transmits a signal back to the transmitter to charge the device, then it switches to standby mode.

These wireless chargers can be mounted on your night table, at work, in coffee shops, or hidden under-desk mount applications. It is very easy to install this wireless charger.

Make a hole in the top of the charger, then tighten the locking ring. When the handshake between your phone's transmitter and your phone is completed, a softly enchanting LED ring glows with a bright blue indicator.