NXP unveils in-vehicle multi-device wireless charging solutions

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NXP Semiconductors has announced that the first multi-device vehicle wireless charging solution driven by a single MWCT controller is now available in production vehicles.

In terms of integrated automotive wireless charging solutions, NXP is seen as a market leader and has expanded its offerings to the new 15W wireless power standard, which enables faster charging.

The new solution is intended to help carmakers offer a differentiated in-car experience to their customers by enabling the passenger and driver to simultaneously charge wirelessly through one console. The use of a single MWCT device in the vehicle enables carmakers to benefit from a reduced cost and physical footprint for device charging. Based on the Qi standard, it supports all Qi enabled phones, including iPhone, Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi and others.

“Wireless charging enables a cleaner, clutter-free console that provides convenience and simplicity to consumers. Dual charging is the next step,” said Denis Cabrol, Sr. Director, NXP. “As the leader in in-vehicle charging, NXP is pleased to make this ground-breaking technology available to carmakers who are at the leading edge of creating experiences for their customers.”

The MWCT series is enabled by a NXP’s hybrid DSC core with dedicated peripherals that allow the 2 Qi protocols to run in parallel in a single MWCT controller. New patented technologies, such as Clean EMC (CEMC), provide breakthroughs in electromagnetic compatibility performance, which is required for CISPR 25 Class 5 in 15W systems. These innovations allow OEMs to cut the overall system bill of materials.

The NXP MWCT controller family provides car makers with a production-ready solution that is easy to implement through readily available software and hardware design files and enables them to differentiate their in-vehicle charging offerings.