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  • QI charging

    QI charging is a charging plate connected to a direct current source (direct current) which converts the current to
    alternating current in a coil. The alternating current causes an electromagnetic field to be created in the coil. Inside
    the product to be charged there is also a coil, which when it enters the magnetic field begins to be charged by the
    energy as created in the magnetic field.


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    The largest wireless charging standard is called Qi

    Qi is produced by WPC (Wireless Power Consortsium). With WPC, most of the major mobile manufacturers in the world include Apple, HTC, LG, Motorola, Samsung and Sony.


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    For Qi charging to work, a compatible charger is required along with a device that supports Qi

    The rechargeable product needs to be near the charging plate in order to be charged.