The Ki Wireless Power Logo (Ki Logo) is a trademark owned by the Wireless Power Consortium. You must complete a trademark license agreement to use the Ki Logo on products, in documentation, or anywhere else.
For more information about licensing the trademark and about identifying licensed products, see the Trademark Licenses page.
Rules for Using the Ki Logo
Use of the Ki Logo must be consistent with the Wireless Power Logo Guidelines. Some examples of this usage are shown below.
As explained in the Wireless Power Logo Guidelines, a clear zone that is equal to the width of the logo must be maintained around the Ki Logo.
Correct examples: Text and circles placed outside of the clear zone:
Incorrect examples: Text and circles placed too close to the logo:
No clear zone is needed when the Ki Logo is combined with certification marks at the back side of a product.
The logo must be shown in black or white. Or in the same color as used for text and graphics.
Correct examples: Ki Logo is black or the same color as all the other printing.
Incorrect examples: Ki Logo is neither black or white, nor is it the same color as all the other printing.
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