Shenzhen Qi stand wireless charging station
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Product Parameter (specification) of the Shenzhen Qi stand wireless charging station
10W, 2 Coils
1.Product Standard: WPC-Qi V1.2.2
2.TX Input: 10W DC5V/2A,9V/1.8A
3.RX Output: 5V-1A /9V-1.1A
4.Working Frequency: 110-205KHz
5.Power Distance: 5-8mm
6.Conversion Efficiency: 85%
7.Color: Black, Silver
1. L8 Fast Charging Stand x 1pc
2. Micro USB Cable x 1pc
(No Data Transfer, Charge ONLY)
3. User Manual x 1pc
4. Retail Package x 1pc
Warm Prompt of the Shenzhen Qi stand wireless charging station
Fast wireless charging need work with QC2.0 adapter, support 10W fast wireless charging and compatible with 5W wireless charging.Only Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Samsung S6 edge +/ Samsung S7 Samsung 8,Samsung s8,Samsung glaxy 8 support fast charging.
Nokia first adopted Qi in its Lumia 920 phone in 2012, and the Google/LG Nexus 4 followed later that year. Toyota began offering a Qi charging cradle as a factory option on its 2013 Avalon Limited, with Ssangyong the second car manufacturer to offer a Qi option, also in 2013.
In 2015, a survey found that 76% of people surveyed in the United States, United Kingdom, and China were aware of wireless charging (an increase from 36% the previous year), and 20% were using it — however only 16% of those using it were using it daily.Furniture retailer IKEA introduced lamps and tables with integrated wireless chargers for sale in 2015, and the Lexus NX gained an optional Qi charging pad in the center console. An estimated 120 million wirelessly charging phones were sold that year, notably the Samsung Galaxy S6, which supported both Qi and the competing Power Matters Alliance standards. However, the existence of several competing wireless charging standards was still seen as a barrier to adoption.
By early 2017, Qi had displaced the competing standards, with no new products featuring Rezence. On September 12, 2017, Apple Inc. announced that their new smartphones, the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and the iPhone X, will support the Qi standard. Apple also announced plans to expand the standard with a new protocol called AirPower.
As the Qi standard gains popularity, it is expected that Qi Hotspots will begin to arise in places such as coffee shops, airports, sports arenas, etc. The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, a major US coffee chain, will install inductive charging stations at selected major metropolitan cities, as well as Virgin Atlantic Airways, for United Kingdom's London Heathrow Airport and New York City's John F. Kennedy International Airport.