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Some tips of wireless charging

Some tips of wireless charging

Update Time:2020-07-13
Is wireless charging safe?
It is very safe to contact the wireless charger closely. When your smart phone is actually in contact with the charging base, the signal will be concentrated to the receiving coil of the mobile phone, thus starting charging. Compared with the mobile phone connected to the mobile network, the radiation emitted by the entire wireless charging process is much smaller.
Will the wireless charger get hot?
During the charging process, all chargers will generate a certain amount of heat. Indoor chargers, charging bases and even portable power banks will lose a certain amount of energy in the form of heat. Wireless chargers are no exception.
Is it safe to overcharge the smartphone?
Most charging pads will use trickle mode to safely charge the mobile phone battery to ensure that the mobile phone battery is always fully charged, so it is safe to leave the mobile phone on the charging pad overnight and even longer. Trickle charging refers to: when the mobile phone is placed on the charging board, if the battery charge falls below 100%, a small amount of current will be provided to the battery to ensure that it is always fully charged.
Electrical Surge
Although your charging pad or charging base is connected to a wall outlet, the socket may be affected by lightning strikes and other electrical surges, but the wireless charger will not pass the increased voltage to your smartphone. Therefore, wireless charging is safer than using a power outlet to charge a smartphone.
What if there is a foreign material on the wireless charger?
Maybe keys or coins. These may cause the charging pad to continue to discharge, which will not only damage your device, but may also melt foreign material on the charging pad. Therefore, it is very important to find a charger equipped with a foreign object detection device. Once a foreign object is found, an alarm will sound-usually with an LED light, indicating that a foreign object other than a compatible device has touched the charger. This will help prevent charging hazards.