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Wireless Charging Receiver
- May 15, 2018 -

As the name implies, wireless charging removes the cable, in fact, it is not a real cable. Instead, the cable is not used to plug the phone. There are two ends, one is the transmitter and the other is the receiver. The transmitter and the receiver pass through the electromagnetic field. In the conversion, there is a copper coil inside the receiver, which converts the magnetism into electricity, and then sends the electricity through the FPC cable to the cell phone battery. In a sense, there is still a power supply process, but once the cell phone gets rid of the cable, this meaning it's not the same. Many times we drive and plug in. It's definitely not convenient. If you answer the phone, you have to use two hands to pull it off. However, after you have wirelessly charged, it's not the same. To charge, do not find the line, plug the line, a lot faster.

After we go out to dinner and eat at the table, we can charge it directly. We don't need to find a cable, don't need to look for a plug, go out in a car, and put aside the phone to charge it. You said that the charging method is not what you want!

The specific usage is that it needs to be equipped with a charging base, plugged in the power supply, and it can be charged at any time, and it is no longer necessary to find a cable.