For iPhone 15 | ConvenientPower Launches Three Qi2 MPP Wireless Charging Modules
Recently, ConvenientPower has launched three wireless charging modules based on the Qi2 standard with MPP (Magnetic Power Profile). In terms of output, these modules support 15W-MPP, 5W-BPP (Baseline Power Profile), and 7.5W-non-MPP wireless charging for iPhones. As for input, they support PD3.1, QC3.0, and 9V DC power supply, allowing customers to connect corresponding wires based on the protocol they use.
Customers only need to design the casing according to the module's dimensions, and the absence of a cover design makes it adaptable to a wider range of wireless charging products, meeting integrated design requirements. While meeting magnetic strength and charging efficiency, the product maintains exceptional consistency.
ConvenientPower MPP Transmitter Modules
ConvenientPower currently offers three MPP transmitter modules: CPS812X, CPS822X, and CPS823X. Notably, the dimensions of CPS822X and CPS823X modules are similar to those of Apple's C222X and C223X, enabling customers to quickly launch products without the need for new molds.
All three ConvenientPower MPP modules are designed with magnetic technology and incorporate the CPS8200 wireless charging controller, boost circuit, and full-bridge power MOSFET. The wireless charging controller integrates three drivers, supporting PD, QC, and DC power. The back of the module has reserved solder points for wire connections. Assembling the casing turns it into a complete magnetic wireless charger. The product has been fully developed, performance test reports are available, and bulk orders can be initiated.
Efficiency is high with the magnetic module, as evidenced by the 140-minute charging time for an MPP iPhone 14 Pro, which is similar to the Apple original module.
With no offset and no protective case, the system efficiency can exceed 80%.
ChargerLAB has obtained the ConvenientPower C812X wireless charging module, and we will now showcase the details using this module as a representative example.
The wireless charging module's front has a coverless design, with a coil in the center and a circle of magnets on the edge for phone attachment.
The back of the module features a metal cover, with components placed in the raised center.
The diameter of this wireless charging module from ConvenientPower is about 56mm (2.20 inches).
The thickness is about 6.5mm (0.26 inches).
This is how it looks like on my hand.
And the weight is about 32g (1.13 oz).
A magnetic material is adhered to the center of the coil.
The coil is wound with Litz wire and consists of 11 turns.
Magnets on the edge of the wireless charging coil are closely aligned for effective attachment.
The power solder points, from left to right, are positive, CC, DPDM, and I2C interfaces, with the negative terminal on the right. The module integrates various protections such as undervoltage, overvoltage, and overcurrent.
Summary of ChargerLAB
ConvenientPower's wireless charging module incorporates the wireless charging controller, boost circuit, and full-bridge power MOSFET, supporting PD, QC, and DC power. By connecting wires through the backside solder points and assembling the casing, it becomes a complete wireless charger. The product has been fully developed, performance test reports are available, and bulk orders can be initiated.
With the upcoming release of the iPhone 15 series, the demand for new Qi2 wireless charging products is substantial. By utilizing ConvenientPower's wireless charging module, the design of wireless charging products can be streamlined, offering performance similar to Apple's original modules. The use of ConvenientPower's wireless module simplifies the product development and certification process, meeting the demands of large-scale production, and accelerating their market launch.
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