Breakthrough technology for development of a wireless charger system has been announced by Mojo Mobility. Multiple electronic or electric devices at different power or voltage levels can be simultaneously powered or charged with this system. The devices can be place at any location on a surface. Current type of receivers in the market is also supported by the system. These include receivers based on the Wireless Power Consortium or WPC specification. A seamless transition to the advanced flexibility of the new system is therefore enabled. Mojo Mobility is one of the leading companies in the emerging mobile wireless charging sector.
Mojo Mobility’s deep experience in the Near Field Power or NFP wireless power area has been used to build the new patent pending system. Intuitive user experience at home, office, cars, public transport, and hospitality environments is provided by the ubiquitous charging solution. Any number of devices equipped with wireless power receivers can be placed anywhere on a surface for charging. These include mobile phones, Bluetooth headsets, MP3 players, batteries, laptops, e-readers, cameras, etc. Apart from scaling in surface area to a range of large sizes, the
New NFP-2 system can also support power levels more than 100 W.
The flexibility of placing multiple devices on a charger surface anywhere to receive power is offered by Mojo Mobility’s NFP-2 system. Apart from avoiding the cost and complexity, the system also avoids undesirable electromagnetic emissions from large area surfaces.
In a release, Afshin Partovi, CEO of Mojo Mobility said, “We believe that the new NFP-2 system provides a huge step forward in the ease of use and applications for wireless power. While multiple approaches to providing this degree of freedom have been investigated, we think the industry really needed a break-through to achieve this level of flexibility and now we believe this can be achieved with this novel approach.”
According to Partovi, the various current fixed position receivers are also supported by the system. This will ensure that there is no disruption in the current overall path for uptake of wireless power technology. Partovi added that in the coming months, the company will demonstrate its unprecedented capabilities to its OEM partners.
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Edited by Rich Steeves