Laird Technologies' wireless charging modules are designed to meet WPC Qi Standard

Laird Technologies' wireless charging modules offer high performance and reliability through the utilization of carefully selected ferrite materials. Their high Q factor creates maximum wireless power charging efficiency while minimizing EMI. They use wireless power consortium (WPC) ferrite material and the coil module design is WPC Qi specification compliant. The power transmitter design is A1 compliant and provides up to 5 W. The Laird wireless charging modules are automotive standard AECQ-200 (reliability specification) approved.

These modules are designed for extended operating temperatures from -40°C to 85°C. Beyond the standard modules, Laird offers custom parts and designs for specialist applications. The target segment includes consumer, IT and computer, automotive, industrial, and medical wireless charging designs.

  • Designed to meet WPC Qi standard
  • Operating temperature: -40°C to 125°C
  • Assembled with ferrite plate which is built with WPC listed ferrite material: high Q for maximum power transmission
  • Handsets
  • Tablets, laptops, and Ultrabooks
  • Battery packs with wireless charging functions
  • Smart kitchens (home appliances)
  • Printers
  • Medical devices
  • Wireless chargers for general electronic devices or aftermarket accessories
  • Wireless chargers for office, residential, or public area applications
  • Wireless chargers for power tools or any other devices that need contactless power
  • Wireless charging embedded solutions for automobile central consoles and arm rests, and automotive wireless chargers


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