Wireless charging modules use an electromagnetic field to transfer energy between two objects. This is usually done with a charging station. The energy is sent via inductive coupling to an electrical device that can then use this energy to charge batteries or power the device.
This is a new wireless charging module that can provide an output of 5V@1A (MAX 1.2A). It uses the new "resonant magnetic coupling" technology, which reduces power consumption during power transmission. The transmission efficiency could be 90%. It could meet most of your project requirements.
Stable power supply unit
Magnetic coupling Resonance technology
Operating voltage (input): 5V
Operating voltage (output): 5V@1A (Max: 1,2A)
Gröe;of the transmitting terminal: 43mm±2mm(1.69")(outside diameter)*20mm(0.79")(Inner diameter)*2.3mm(0.09")(Thickness)
Gröe of the receiving terminal: 43mm±2mm(1.69")(outer diameter)*20mm(0.79")(Inner diameter)*2.3mm(0.09")(Thickness)
Working distance: 2-10mm (0.08-0.39")
transmitter module x1
receiver module x1
|Shipping weight:||0,50 Kg|