First, your device must be wireless charging compatible. Qi-enabled smartphones are one of today’s most common type of wireless devices. Then, you need a compatible charger which is also Qi-certified or certified by another wireless technology manufacturer. Simply position your device on the wireless charger, as instructed, and bam! You’re wirelessly charging.
Wireless chargers emit an alternating magnetic field via an internal transmitter coil, which in turn induces an alternating voltage (or current) in the receiver coil, located inside your device. This transferred energy is used to charge up your device.
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