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Understanding Wireless Charging.


In as much as wireless charging still has much to do for it to replace wired charging, its development technology has gone beyond the expectation of many. This has been mainly geared by the launch of new smartphone brands that easily support the wireless charging idea by different android companies.
When using this wireless device, one has to just put his/her device on a charging pad and that's it all. Within a few moments, your phone will have more battery power than when you placed it on the pad. Many of these wireless chargers are made in circular or rectangular shaped forms.
The Working of a Wireless Charger.
These chargers use inductive charging to transfer between the charging pad and the mobile device being charged. Inside these chargers is a pack of successive wires coiled around the magnet that sits at the center, so that as the electric pass through the wires; an electromagnetic field is created around the magnet. The electromagnetic field created hence transfer to nearby receptor coils in smartphones and other devices that allow wireless charging.
The rate of charging these nearby devices depends on the amount of power that can be transferred from the charging pad (Inductor) to the mobile phone (Receiver). But the amount of power that can be transferred from these inductor pads to receiver devices depends on a number of factors such as the strength of the magnet in the inductor pads, the number of wire coils in both inductor and receiver devices, and the distance between the inductor pads and the receiver devices.
Hence, for quick charging of the receiver device;
·         The receiver has to be close to the wireless induction pad,
·         The number of wire coils in both induction pad and receiver device has to be as many as possible,
·         The magnet within the induction pad has to be of quality strength.

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