Without physical connectors and cords, wireless charging is an easy way to charge electric automobiles or other gadgets. Its foundation is the inductive power transfer (IPT) principle, which employs electromagnetic energy to move energy between two objects. Transmitters and receivers are the two parts that make up wireless charging.
The wireless charging transmitter, also known as the charging station, is connected to a power outlet and transfers the energy supplied by the outlet to the receiver, which is always attached to the item that needs to be charged and situated close to the wireless charging station.
The Global automotive wireless charging transmitter market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The NXP MWCT1013AVLH transmit controller IC serves as the foundation for the NXP 15 W multi-coil transmitter reference platform, which is intended for wireless charging applications in automotive. A wireless charging transmitter solution is implemented by managing and carrying out all control functions by the controller IC. It offers a high-performance wireless charging solution while taking into account the complicated operating conditions of a car.
A highly integrated magnetic induction wireless power transmitter controller that supports WPC Qi requirements or custom applications is the P9260. The P9260 operates as a full-bridge or half-bridge inverter using a single coil. It has a great degree of programmability and uses a tiny amount of power when in standby.
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