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What is fast wireless charging?

How does fast wireless charging work? 

Wireless charging is getting increasingly popular and more and more branches are realizing its potential and value. It is the future and answers to the fast-growing demand for power and being able to charge everywhere. As the demand for non-stop power grows, so does the demand for charging mobile devices faster and faster.          
Before getting deeper into fast wireless charging, you may want to review how wireless charging works. As a wireless charging expert, we would like to explain more about wireless charging. 

What is wireless charging?

Qi Wireless Charging with a wireless energy transfer of up to 15 watts.   Qi (the Chinese word for “energy flow” pronounced like the “chee“ in “cheese“) is the universal standard for wireless charging of the battery by WPC.
The wireless power transfer occurs through electromagnetic induction. With inductive charging, the required power reaches the device not through a traditional cable but rather wirelessly through the use of electromagnetic fields. The principle is elementary: the Qi transmitter (wireless Charging Station) transfers the required energy to the Qi receiver (the mobile phone).  

How does fast wireless charging work?

With fast charging, the charger transfers more energy to your phone while charging. Transferring more energy means it takes less time to charge your phone. This is especially effective when your battery is almost empty. The charging speed decreases slightly as your battery gets fuller to protect your device. Therefore, fast charging is mainly suitable to quickly charge an almost empty battery so you can go some additional hours with power.

How can we achieve fast wireless charging?  

In order to use fast wireless charging, you need to meet the following requirements:
  * Mobile device that supports fast wireless charging
  *A  Wireless charger that supports fast charge (7.5w for iPhone and 10w for Samsung)
  * An adapter that can deliver the required power 
  * A 2A fast charging cable
For example, the Apple iPhone X supports both normal wireless charging and fast wireless charging. To quickly charge this phone, you need a wireless charger with Apple Fast Charge. Wireless chargers with fast charge also work with mobile devices that do not support fast charge and the other way around. The mobile device is then charged at its normal charging speed. 

How much faster will my mobile phone charged?

Fast charging is faster than normal charging. It is difficult to say exactly how much faster as it depends on several factors, such as the state of charge of your battery, the manufacturer, or temperature.

How to charge my phone as fast as possible? 

Make sure you place your phone in the middle of the wireless charger and plug the charger into the wall outlet rather than a USB port.

About Samsung Fast wireless Charge and Apple Fast Charger

Samsung and Apple use different methods for fast charging. Consequently, a Samsung fast charger works with a Samsung device, but it may not always work with an Apple iPhone or vice versa. Therefore, it is important to check if a wireless charger supports Samsung Fast Charge or Apple Fast Charge. Wireless520 has developed wireless chargers that support both Apple and Samsung Fast Charge.

Will fast-charging damage your device?

Similar to normal charging, fast charging is safe and will not damage your device or its battery more than cable charging does. Smart technologies ensure that the charger passes on the appropriate amount of energy to your phone. This ensures that your phone will not receive more energy than it can absorb.
 

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