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Integrate wireless charging into product designs in a matter of hours

Integrated Device Technology Inc. (IDT) has introduced turnkey wireless power kits that are said to make integrating wireless charging simple, affordable and practical for a range of consumer electronics. The Qi-compliant transmitter and receiver reference kits are claimed to deliver plug-and-play integration, enabling engineers to incorporate wireless charging capabilities into their designs in a matter of hours.

The transmitter and receiver reference kits are built around IDT wireless power semiconductors, and include reference boards and design support collateral. Support materials include instructional videos, user manuals, foreign object detection (FOD) tuning guides, layout guides, layout instantiation modules, schematics, bill-of-materials (BOM), Gerber files, and more.

Both reference kits offer 2-layer board layout files, providing maximum flexibility for most applications.

The kits can be used for immediate prototyping. An associated layout module enables direct instantiation on to a system board, while an optimised and fully tested BOM takes the uncertainty out of component selection. FOD tuning is supported via selectable pre-programmed curve settings and collateral documenting FOD tuning for these devices.

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Tom Austin-Morgan

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