On September 20th we are pleased to offer a free webinarthat will focus on WPC Qi compliant wireless power integration made easy with Texas Instruments bqTESLA evaluation modules, reference designs & corresponding charging-coils provided by Würth Elektronik. Attend this webinar to learn about Qi standards and how TI & Würth reference designs & solutions enable design engineers to easily accelerate the integration of wireless power technology into their new designs & existing designs. Also learn how to use EAGLE, the must have PCB design software, to individualize your design. Come join this free session and hear from experts from Texas Instruments, Würth Elektronik, CadSoft Eagle and element14.
Imagine a world without cords - Cut the cord! The market demand for the convenience and safety of wireless power solutions is growing rapidly. Portable devices like smart phones, music/video players, cameras, and game controllers are just a few of the battery-powered products that can be upgraded to a wireless power system to keep their batteries charged. While near-field inductive power coupling has been around for some time, applications have been limited to very low power levels. Since today’s portable devices require increasing amounts of power, and higher-power batteries require more advanced control systems, a number of safety risks in the design of wireless power systems must be considered. Since the release of the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) specification, we’ve seen many implementations of Qi-compliant wireless power technology that range from the mobile and consumer handheld market to industrial and medical. Any electronics today that is powered by a USB or 5V/19V DC adapters are the candidates for Qi-compliant contact-less charging. Compliance with Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) specifications helps designers avoid safety problems and ensures Qi compliant interoperability between systems.
Texas Instruments offers a wide range of bqTESLA evaluation modules both on the transmitter and receiver side to help reduce the design cycle of wireless power solutions/systems. Whether implementing wireless charging within an existing design, or adding it to a new one, we’ve got the tools, support and expertise to help you – cut the cord! Make your own design kit by selecting a TI transmitter manager and receiver evaluation module . Also available Würth Elektronik charging coils, transmitter 24µH part # and receiver 10µH part # Also, checkout how to use , the must have PCB design software, to individualize your design and shorten the design cycle.
Join us on September 20th to learn more and hear from experts from Texas Instruments, Würth Elektronik, CadSoft Eagle and element14. Or join our group on e14 to keep up to date on all the discussions around wireless power solutions http://www.element14.com/wireless-power-solution