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Wireless Charging Q&A - Ask and receive ASAP reply!

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Installing the wireless receivers for the Samsung S3/S4, Note 2/3 is simple. In a matter of seconds your device is wireless charging capable.

 

Take a look below and see for yourself :)

 

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This truly depends on the device. 

The Nokia Lumia 928 and Windows Phone 8X by HTC can be charged wirelessly with any case on (case with 4mm thickness), but other smartphones might require a special, device-specific wireless charging back cover. Some might require wireless charging receives such as the Samsung Galaxy S3/4.  For  more detailed information it is recommended that you visit your phone manufacturer website.

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We have two types of wireless chargers: portable wireless charging power banks and wireless charging stations.

 

TX-P1 5000mAh Wireless Charging Power Bank

Inbuilt battery cell that provides wireless charging on the move, whilst also able to act as a wireless charging pad when connected via micro-USB.

 

TX-200 Dual Wireless Charging Station

Uses AC power adaptor and acts as a stationary wireless charging pad for two devices. Suitable for fixed locations such as bedroom, living room or on your desk at work.

 

Depending on your power lifestyle, wireless charging is suitable for both indoors and outdoors and further provides you with more convenient charing options for your devices :)

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The wireless charging spec (WPC) is really designed for power transfer.  At this time, no user-configured data communication can be added though technically in the future this could be a possibility, but this would lead to a different certification and approval procedure as then the system would be rated as a radio transmitter and not an energy transfer.

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Wanted to add some additional information regarding the wireless charging receiver.

If you plan to buy one, make sure the output of the receiver is between 700-1000mA.

If you buy a 600mAh receiver, your charging times will take longer.

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