Wireless in car charging
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Inductive wireless charging – in-car charging
Driver comfort, convenience and safety are advancing the growing presence of wireless in-car charging in the latest generation of cars. In fact, it’s predicted that most cars will have the feature in the very near future. The technology allows drivers and passengers to simply place compatible cell phones and tablets in a designated area – typically on a tray in the center console or in the glove box – where the devices can charge without a wired connection.
What counts in today’s wireless charging designs
Power efficiency is of utmost importance in any new power design and wireless in-car charging is no exception. Furthermore, a wireless in-car charging system is integrated alongside many other vehicle applications. This means you are challenged to design a wireless charging power supply that does not interfere with other systems. A partner with expertise in automotive and wireless charging applications can help you do so with ease – and ensure a fast time to market. Last but not least, in an era of smart everything, you want to ensure your project offers the right security and communication features.
Benefits of choosing Infineon
By sourcing wireless in-car charging components and solutions from Infineon you benefit from our broad portfolio of efficient, high-quality products as well as the proven know-how of an experienced automotive systems provider. Discover our complete solutions for automotive applications on a system level – something you won’t find just anywhere. And our product portfolio offers solutions for the two main wireless charging standards, Wireless Power Consortium and AirFuel Alliance.
System diagram: Wireless in-car charging
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