Wireless Charging Test [Update March 1st]

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Wireless Charging Test [Update March 1st]

You can find the mentioned items in our store here.

This is a demo test of the pair of wireless power charger, five LEDs connected paralleled on the receiver end, output more than 200~300 mA (over range of display) current. There are some more notes:

  • We use a very thin plastic bag to separated the receiver and transmitter, the thickness of the plastic bag is probably only 0.1mm.
  • The magnetic ring of transmitter and receiver get the best transmission performance when the fully matched in round shape, and the power transfer lost very very fast when distance increase.
  • The board can transfer on receiver 5V/200-300mA power, check this on the current meter.
  • Power bench on the transmitter end is 0.3A and 6V (1.8W).

Update: Get a high power transfer pair, can transfer up to 1.3A current on very close distance. Easily drive small motors, or similar items!

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Comments (3)

  • geraldhasmail Reply

    When it says that you can get a high power pair, does that mean you would need two sets of the wireless transfer units to transfer 1.3 Amps? Or is it a different setup all together?

    June 3, 2016 at 11:32 am
  • Becky Reply

    I am also interested in the high power pair. How do i buy the components ? Thanks.

    June 6, 2016 at 2:33 am
  • poulbran Reply

    This paired with a lipo, lipo charger, and usb voltage output and you have yourself a wirelessly charged power bank.

    September 12, 2016 at 7:42 am

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