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Learn how the Wireless Power Consortium is improving and extending the capabilities of Qi

The Qi low power specification, which includes multi-coil arrays, a moving coil and fixed single coil transmitters, gives manufacturers the power to choose their own transmitter designs. 

WPC members have proposed several new transmitter types that will enable further innovation and prevent incompatibilities with existing Qi power receivers. Click here for full details.

Here’s a brief look at how the Qi standard is evolving:

  • Medium Power Wireless Charging (30-200W) The Wireless Power Consortium is developing an extension of the Qi specification that delivers 30-65 W in the power receiver, with future extension to 200W.
  • Wireless Power in Kitchens. Appliances without cables and connectors will deliver a safer, more flexible and convenient cooking environment. Powering this new way of cooking will be wireless power delivering up to 2,000 watts.