15W Wireless Power Receiver Meets Qi v1.2 Spec

15W Wireless Power Receiver Meets Qi v1.2 Spec
Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc.

The TC7766WBG debuts as the industry's first single-chip wireless power receiver (RX) that can operate at 15W and is compliant with the Qi v1.2 wireless charging standard. The chip includes all necessary functions, rectifier circuits, and controllers to construct a standalone wireless power transfer RX system. Features include a maximum output current of 1.7A, an output voltage range of 5V to 14V, all protections, and the Qi Foreign Object Detection functions. Additionally, the chip comes in a low-Z-height WCSP28 measuring 2.4 mm x 3.67 mm x 0.5 mm. The chip is also compatible with the I2C interface and an optional receiver-side host controller can exchange information with a compatible transmitter. Samples of the TC7766WBG wireless power receiver IC will be available year’s end and mass production will begin in spring 2016. For more details, visit http://toshiba.semicon-storage.com/us/product/linear/power-supply/wireless-charger.html  

Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc.
San Jose, CA.
(408) 526-2400
http://www.toshiba.com/taec/index.jsp
 

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