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PowerbyProxi launches wireless power kits for consumer devices

14 Aug 14

PowerbyProxi launches wireless power kits for consumer devices

PowerbyProxi has announced the release of Proxi-2D EVK-1, an evaluation kit for wireless charging of consumer electronic devices.

The evaluation kit enables customers to test the capabilities of PowerbyProxi’s technology features such as full spatial freedom, 7.5W power transfer per receiver and multi-device charging up to 15W.

PowerbyProxi recently demonstrated this system at Computex in June, showing significant improvements over the 3.5 to 5W systems currently available.

“The Proxi-2D EVK-1 is the next step towards getting advanced resonant wireless charging technology in the hands of consumers,” says Greg Cross, CEO, PowerbyProxi.

“Allowing customers to experience the safety, efficiency and speed firsthand, furthers our goal to enable innovation in the market.”

Cross believes high speed resonant wireless charging of multiple devices, and backwards compatibility with the Wireless Power Consortium’s (WPC) Qi standard, make this an attractive option for OEMs looking to build upon the 50 million Qi devices currently in use through the 500 products on the market today.

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