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The innovative free-position wireless charger offers USB-level charging rates over a large 'charging zone', and is fully compatible with Qi-compliant phones. IDT's solution was selected for its multi-coil support, compact size, reduced bill-of-materials (BOM), functional flexibility, programmability, and superior customer support.
The TYLT VU is an innovative, Qi-compliant wireless charging base that sits at an ergonomically-friendly 45-degree angle to enhance screen visibility while the phone is charging. The multi-coil IDTP9036A-based wireless charging solution enables free-positioning, allowing users to experience optimal USB-level charging rates without the need to precisely align the wireless power receiver coil. The TYLT VU will be offered for sale online by
The IDTP9036A is a high-efficiency, feature-rich wireless power transmitter certified to support the
'IDT provided excellent support through our design cycle and provided us with the most cost-effective overall solution,' said Kannyn MacRae, director of product management and marketing at TYLT. 'The IDTP9036A enabled TYLT to develop an innovative, award-winning solution with free positioning - a feature that is lacking in most existing wireless power chargers. The TYLT VU allows customers to charge their phones in horizontal or vertical positions, including upside down, while charging at the same rate as a standard USB charger.'
'IDT was pleased to work with TYLT on their next-generation free-position wireless charging base,' said
In the Tx-A6 coil configuration, the centers of three rectangular transmitting coils are configured in an in-line array to provide a charging zone for the receiver coil that is significantly larger than that of single-coil configurations. IDT's wireless power transmitter automatically determines the optimal power transfer based on the position of the receiver coil, offering charging rates rivaling those of wired USB connections. In addition, the IDTP9036A is capable of achieving power transfer rates up to 7.5W (50 percent higher than the current Qi standard) when coupled with IDT's compatible wireless power receivers. Proprietary technology also offers designers the opportunity to add differentiating features to wireless chargers, providing additional safety and enhancing the user experience.
The TYLT VU will be available for purchase this summer through the
The IDTP9036A wireless power transmitter is currently sampling to qualified customers and is available in a 48-lead 6 x 6 mm VFQFPN package. For more information about IDT's industry-leading wireless power ICs, visit www.wirelesspowerbyidt.com.
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