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As wireless charging is the universal standard supported by all common available phones in the market produced both for IOS as for Android. Wireless charging allows users to charge their mobile device wherever they are without having to take out their charging cable. This way of charging is easy, efficient and the way we will charge in the years to come.

1)What is wireless charging? 

Wireless charging is transferring power by electromagnetic induction. Traditional charging requires the energy to travel through a cable. Wireless chargers receive their power from an electromagnetic field. All you need is a charging base and a phone that is compatible with wireless charging. 

2)Wireless charging is it safe? 

To charge a battery in your mobile device, the coil in your charging station needs to be “in contact” with the receiver coil in your device. When the coils are not in contact with each other there is no permanent power transmission. Actually the whole process emits less radiation than when it is connected to a wireless mobile network. 

3)Does the charger get hot? 

Like all other (power) chargers, wireless chargers get warm when they charge. The better the quality, the less energy will be lost (this creates the warmth). Our chargers have advanced chips inside which protect your charger from overheating. 

4)Is my wireless charger waterproof or water resistant? 

Water and electricity is a bad combination. So avoid get your wireless charger wet. Don’t put a wet phone on your charger. 

5) Is overcharging possible? 

It is perfectly safe to keep your device on the charger even when your phone is fully charged. Via trickle charge (small amount of power will be charged when your phone drops below 100%) your phone will be safely charged.

6)How does my charger know which voltage my device needs? 

Smart chips perfectly recognize the precise amount of voltage needed for specific items. Higher voltage only will be switched on when a higher capacity is recognized.

7)How does my charger reacts on power surges? 

Wireless chargers are connected to a socket, which means that it can be affected by a lightning strike or other peak of power supply. However the wireless charger cannot transfer these increased voltages to your device. Actually charging with your wireless charger is safer than charging with a cable and socket.

8)Why is wireless charging so convenient? 

Wireless charging is supported in all new phones including the latest generation iPhones. Both Apple as Android phones use the same wireless charging standard. This brings great opportunity to many places to offer users wireless charging wherever they go.

9)Is wireless charging faster or slower than cabled charging? 

That depends on what wireless charger is being used and what the charging speed is of the cabled charger. In general cabled chargers are still faster as they can transfer more power in a shorter period of time. Most phones support 5W wireless charging which equals 1A per hour. The newest generation Samsung S8 and iPhone X support 7.5W wireless charging which equals 1.5A per hour.

10)Which phones are compatible with wireless charging? 

Below a list of popular models that are compatible with wireless charging. Please note that all new phones that are released also come with the wireless charging option.

  • iPhone X ,iPhone 8 , iPhone 8 Plus
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 ,S6 Active,S6 Edge ,S6 Edge Plus ,S7 , S7 Active ,S7 Edge ,S8 , S8 Active , S8 Plus ,Note 8 ,Leader,W2016 ,S9.
  • LG G2 ,G3 ,G6 ,G6 Plus ,Lucid 2 , Lucid 3 ,Optimus F5 ,Optimus G Pro ,Optimus It L-05E ,Spectrum 2 ,V30 , V30 Plus ,Vu 2,Vu 3
  • Sony Xperia Z3V ,Xperia Z4V
  • Microsoft Lumia 950 , 950 Dual Sim ,950 XL ,950 XL Dual Sim
  • HTC Droid DNA ,HTC Windows Phone 8X.

11)Is it normal that the phone or adapter feels a little warm when charging on a wireless charger? 

It is perfectly normal for your phone to get slightly warm when charging wirelessly this is nothing to worry about. The phone will get slightly warmer than with conventional charging because wireless charging uses more energy to generate the power transfer from charger to phone.

12)How safe is wireless charging? 

All our wireless chargers meet the requirements on product safety. We only use its own high end standard regarding product safety for wireless chargers. The chargers are also tested for EMI/EMC which is a European standard for electromagnetic interference.

13)Why do I need to place the phone on the right position to charge? 

The wireless charging connection is made between electromagnetic coils that are both in the charging base as in your mobile phone. The coil of your mobile phone needs to be close to the coil in the charger in order to establish the connection.