In-Vehicle Wireless Charger
Mainstream adoption of wireless charging by smartphone manufacturers has incentivized development of in-vehicle wireless chargers. Delta Electronics Inc., a world-leading provider of power supply equipment, is leveraging its in-house expertise in magnetics design to produce high-efficiency, in-car wireless chargers.
Standards and Certificates
As a member of the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC), Delta Electronics adheres to the latest product compliance standards, e.g. Qi v1.3, as well as other safety- and EMI-related standards such as CISPR-25, ISO7637-2 and ISO16750-2. Two examples of Qi-compliant wireless chargers can be found on https://www.wirelesspowerconsortium.com/products/11064 and https://www.wirelesspowerconsortium.com/products/12256.
While charging the smartphone, the charger automatically performs pairing through NFC authentication, facilitating seamless infotainment operation and shared functionality between smartphone and the vehicle on-board system. Connection through NFC authentication could also enable use of a digital car key instead of a physical key. Additionally, wireless charger equipped with NFC provides FOD, thereby preventing accidental charging on metal objects or NFC cards.
Free-Positioning Wireless Charger
To avoid the issue of misalignment that prevents proper charging of smartphone, Delta Electronics uses proprietary coil design and advanced alignment algorithm to design a free-positioning wireless charger that allows users to place their devices anywhere on the charging pad. Moreover, the wireless charger can charge two devices simultaneously.