Murata has begun mass production of capacitive coupling wireless power transmission modules capable of charging at 10W.
This module makes wireless charging systems a reality (Wireless charging systems are capable of charging equipment placed on a charging pad without the need for cable connection).
Hitachi Maxell, Ltd. has introduced Murata's wireless power transmission modules for the "AIR VOLTAGE for iPad2".
(Application of Murata's wireless power transmission module is here.)
Applications of capacitive coupling wireless power transmission technology.
FAQ of Wireless Power Transmission Module
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