Qi Wireless Charger Receiver for Galaxy S5 Mini Size
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Product Parameter (specification) of the Qi Wireless Charger Receiver for Galaxy S5 Mini Size
TI Solution, 1 Coil
1.TX Input: 5W DC5V/2A
2.RX Output: DC5V/1A
3.Working Frequency: 110-205KHz
4.Transmitting Distance: 5-8mm
5.Conversion Efficiency: 76%
6.Color: As Photo
7.Compatible for: Most Phone with Micro Usb Interface.
8.Package Size: 10*6.5*1cm
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Product & Industry Knowledge
Qi charging: This may seem obvious, but there are a couple other wireless charging standards out there, so make sure whatever you pick up supports the Qi standard.
7.5W of power: The iPhone X and iPhone 8 are designed to charge at a maximum speed of 7.5W. So while chargers that output less than that will probably charge your phone, you'll get the best performance from something rated for the full 7.5W.
Standard connector: Most wireless charging pads plug in to an adapter of some kind to actually connect to a wall outlet. Some companies use weird proprietary jacks to plug in the pads, and others use standard ones like MicroUSB or USB-C. If you can, it's probably better to go with a standard connector, just in case you damage or lose the cable. And while there aren't any yet, it might be worth holding out for someone to make a Lighting-compatible charging pad so that you'll be able to directly charge your phone with one cable, should you need to.
Wall adapter: By the same vein, check to see if your charging pad actually comes with a wall adapter. If you're expected to provide your own, make sure that it can provide enough wattage to charge at full speed — a 7.5W pad with a 5W wall jack will only charge at 5W.
Brand: A wireless charging pad is still a charger, and when it comes to anything that passes electrical current through your $699–$999 smartphone, you'll want to be extra sure that nothing is going to get accidentally fried. When in doubt, stick to brands with a good reputation for charging gear, like Anker, RavPower, Mophie, Belkin, or Samsung, to name a few.
Size and aesthetics: There are a bunch of styles of wireless chargers, some big, some small, some flat, and some that charge your phone at an angle. Consider what you'd want on your desk or bedside table before buying.
Future proofing: The iPhone 8 and iPhone X only support up to 7.5W for fast charging, but the latest Qi 1.2 standard actually offers up to 15W for compatible devices (like the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Note 8). So if you're investing in wireless chargers, it might be worth looking out for a more powerful charger that will support future devices, should you change phones. As a note, getting a more powerful charger won't hurt your lower rated devices — it's similar to using an iPad charger to charge an old phone, where if the device can take advantage of the faster speeds, it will.