There are actually many application areas for wireless charging, but wireless charging for mobile phones is the most concerned. With the popularization of wireless charging technology on mobile phones, many friends hold mobile phones that support wireless charging, so naturally they want to buy a wireless charger to experience. But today I do not plan to recommend wireless chargers, but to tell everyone how to “use” this stuff! You don’t think you’re done by putting your phone on the charger, right? Naive! Let’s take a look at the editor to see what are the precautions when charging your mobile phone wirelessly~
1. Qi certification
Currently, most electronic products that support wireless charging use the Qi standard. At present, more than 90 mobile phones, including Apple, Samsung and Nokia, have passed the Qi standard certification. Products certified by the WPC Alliance will be marked with a “Qi” LOGO, which means that the charger has been tested and is safe and meets the Qi standard. In order to use the device normally and eliminate potential safety hazards, please use Qi-certified wireless charging accessories.
2. Keep away from high temperature and water
The mobile phone will have some heat when charging. This is normal, because there will be a certain amount of power loss during the charging process. This part of the electrical energy will be converted into heat to keep the phone and the charger warm. Therefore, it is recommended that you avoid high temperature environments when using wireless charging, and it is best to buy a wireless charger with heat dissipation function.
3. Place a flat desktop and turn off mobile phone vibration
Post time: Nov-19-2020