-A charger, phone charging terminal, in the form of an induction loop connected to a power source.
-A smartphone, a connected watch or any other terminal, compatible with wireless charging.
The user only has to place his terminal on the table at the location. The phone charging station so the charge starts immediately. But how does a wireless charger work? How can it improve the user experience? Why is it logical to have built-in chargers in furniture? Convinced by the wireless phone charging terminal?
It is easier and faster to put your smartphone than to find and connect cables.
The user just places his smartphone on the Power Table phone charging station. The charge starts automatically. Wireless chargers also protect smartphones from damage caused by repeated connection and disconnection operations. The charging cables may eventually show signs of wear and let go.
It is important to note that this technology is as fast as traditional chargers. A WiTGee 10 watt connected table will charge a smartphone almost as fast as a 2 AMP wall charger.
It must be ensured that the smartphone is compatible with the Qi standard. Power Table automatically adjusts the power according to the capabilities of the phone.
The advantage of wireless charging is that it is easy to charge a terminal, no matter where the user is. No cable, no clutter, no waiting.
Pwer Table uses the most commonly used wireless charging standard for chargers. The WPC Qi standard. This standard continues to evolve belongs to the consortium “The Wireless Power”, supported by more than 200 major global companies. The goal is to provide wireless charging on the one hand easier and safer. For this reason, the Power table phone charging station is compatible with all devices bearing the Qi logo.
First, Qi certified products are quality products. Consumers should look for a Qi-certified wireless phone charging station to be sure of compatibility with their device. It will work better, seamlessly, without compromising the functions and capabilities of the smartphone. Most wireless chargers will maintain a terminal’s battery charge so that it is always 100% charged. There is therefore no risk to leave your smartphone on the recharge areas of the Borne Power Table
In addition, the phone charging station has smart chips to deliver the precise amount of energy the device needs. With regard to consumer safety, nothing prevents you from staying near a wireless charger.
Since there are wireless charging devices everywhere. Electric buses in South Korea wireless charging and also electric toothbrushes. This technology continues to gain popularity and becomes a real standard. Public access to inductive charging is now planned at many airports, universities and restaurants. In both food retailers and Starbucks, wireless charging is more accessible than ever.
Soon, we can imagine that wireless charging systems will be found in hotel rooms, on board aircraft and in the halls.
The charging compartments for smartphones can be found in trade shows, shopping malls, congresses or hotels. These recharging terminals for phones nevertheless have disadvantages and even more risks for your data and your smartphone.
In the first place, these charging stations are most often eccentric because of their bulk. Cumbersome cables connect the charging station to a power source at all times. In this case, these smartphone charging stations are not autonomous.
These smartphone charging stations are also in the crosshairs of data security analysis laboratories. The Kaspersky test lab has warned users against these smartphone charging cabinets. Indeed, their study shows that China manufactures most charging stations for phones. Some have malware that will steal your information when charging your smartphone on these charging stations.
While recognizing that the charging stations for phones are widely implemented nowadays. it is undeniable that wireless charging is an entirely new feature. The smartphone park is now more and more equipped. The iPhones integrate induction charging since version 8. If we think that 8 people out of 10 pose their smartphone in front of them when they are around a table. This shows that the integration of wireless charging in street furniture is finally on track.
Electromagnetic waves emitted by electronic devices can cause great damage to health. That is why some countries have taken steps to control the distribution of these types of equipment. In the United States, for example, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has established standards that govern the manufacture and use of wireless chargers and other devices.
Thus, any electronic product is subjected to verification tests before it goes on sale. This makes it possible to ensure its adequacy to safety standards. You can better find out about the website of the Federal Communications Commission which, even if it does not concern France, contains interesting information. You will see a well-developed FAQ that answers all your questions. Apart from the country of Uncle Sam, other countries have also adopted similar regulations regarding certification and safety standards.
According to a recent study, compliance with safety standards for the manufacture and use of induction chargers has made a significant improvement in human health. This research evaluated the effects of the magnetic field of a wireless charger on the human body. The researchers made a circuit connected to drivers of a pacemaker to deduce the magnetic induction rate. They then measured the voltage created by the wireless charger on this medical implant (pacemaker). Finally, they compared the results to the ISO 14117 IQ standard to draw the necessary conclusions.
At the end of this study, they found that the field was very weak. We can therefore say that the observations were satisfactory.
The magnetic induction is only 2% for example when the charger is at a distance of 10 cm. There is therefore less emission of magnetic waves hence the preservation of health.