Bluetooth and WiFi Bluetooth are amazing technologies that free our mobile devices from wires, except cables for power, isn't it? Some companies are prepared with a brand new technology that will enable wireless charging of cellphones as well as other small appliances that do not require wires. What is that "Buck Rogers" or something else?
It claims to have the solution to wirelessly supply portable devices. You can buy latest wireless charger for sale for more efficiency in daily routine tasks.
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The method is reliable and FCC-approved (safe) and scheduled to be available at the end of this year. This technology makes use of the Rf wave to transmit energy to the device.
As per executive vice director of marketing and sales the innovative technology is efficient that is greater than 50 percent (the quantity of energy that is transmitted against the amount of power consumed which means that for every 2 watts of power consumed, the device consumes more than one Watt in energy).
The efficiency of the system is proportional to the distance that is between the transmitter and the receiver. When the distance is under 3 inches the efficiency is around 70 percent.
The maximum power transfer is just a few watts over three feet distance (maximum power output of 15 Watts). This should be enough to power most cell phones up to 50% within 12 hours. This is ideal for wireless cell phones wireless keyboards/mice and medical devices such as pacemakers, as well as other small devices.
The development is not currently capable of sustaining higher electricity-consuming appliances such as laptop computers, which presently use significantly more energy than the latest system can provide.