First Rezence BSS1.3 certified wireless charger expands charging to devices without battery
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 7, 2016 /CNW/ -- ConvenientPower today announced the world's first Rezence BSS 1.3 certified wireless charging transmitter pad "WoWme2 " which can power metal-encased mobile devices with dead or no batteries, a new feature in the recently issued BSS1.3 Rezence standard specifications. The enhanced wireless charging capability expands the range of metal–encased mobile devices which can be wirelessly charged to higher power devices such as tablets, notebooks as well as to applications such as fixtures, furniture, lighting and packaging.
"The user experience in wireless charging is hitting the milestones for mass market adoption. Technology and engineering solutions are maturing to deliver charging across metal and non-metal materials, across a widening range of use cases such as dead or no batteries, across multiple different devices and with performance cost sensitivity," said Camille Tang, President and Co-founder, ConvenientPower.
WoWme2 module design is optimized for higher performance at significantly lower cost than the earlier generation of ConvenientPower Rezence wireless chargers.
ConvenientPower is a global leader in wireless power technology and innovation. Its proven intellectual property and commercialization expertise has delivered 23 world firsts in wireless power charging including first Apple-certified "Made For iPhone" and "Over-The-Air" wireless charging products, the first in-car wireless charging in Toyota cars and the first integration of compatible wireless charging in furniture, medical and office building applications.
ConvenientPower designs and develops wireless charging solutions across resonance, inductive, low and high operating frequency, standard and customized technology platforms. Its products and services include reference designs, modules and chipsets.
For further information: Larry Smalheiser, Sparkpr, email@example.com, (415) 504-3694, http://www.convenientpower.com