Desktop type wireless charger DW01
DW01 is one kind of desktop type wireless charger that can be put on the surface of desk, table and even any other objects’ surface to charge your mobile phone wirelessly.
|Input：||DC 5V-2A,DC 9V-1.67A||Color:||Tarnish, Black, silver or customized color|
|Output：||10W or 15W power||Giftbox size：||100*100*23mm|
|Charging distance：||8mm long||Giftbox weight：||120g|
|Certificate：||CE,RoHS,FCC certifications we have||Master carton size：||400*315*375mm|
|Charing conversion rate：||≧80%||Master carton weight：||14 KG|
|Net weight：||90g||Carton package quantity:||108 pieces are packed in one carton|
|Product size：||Ø80*H6.0mm||Package content:||1m long Type-C cable, user manual, device|
Desktop wireless charger-----
Wireless charging has been around for a good while now, but it's only in the last couple of years that it's started to take off. More and more manufacturers have been getting on board with the ubiquitous Qi wireless charging standard and the tech is now inside virtually every flagship phone.
How it works?
So what exactly is wireless charging, how does it work and does your phone even support it? Allow us to answer all these questions and more.
Samsung has supported wireless charging since the Galaxy S6 and Huawei introduced it with the excellent Mate 20 Pro.
Apple adopted wireless charging with the iPhone X and iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. Since then it's appeared in the iPhone XS and XS Max as well as in the new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro as well as iPhone XR and new-generation iPhone SE.
An increasing number of phones also support reverse wireless charging where you can charge other devices from the phone - for more information on this, check out What is reverse wireless charging and which phones have it?
What is wireless charging?
Wireless charging is the transfer of power from a power outlet to your device, without the need for a connecting cable.
It involves a power transmitting pad and a receiver, sometimes in the form of a case attached to a mobile device or built into the phone itself. When we said it was cable-free, it isn't quite, because the pad will have a cable going from the outlet into it.
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