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EPC9114(#2): 10W, Class 2, Rezence (A4WP) Compatible

Manufacturer: EPC

The EPC9114 wireless power demonstration system is a high efficiency, A4WP compatible, Zero Voltage Switching (ZVS), Voltage Mode class-D wireless power transfer demonstration kit capable of delivering up to 10 W into a DC load while operating at 6.78 MHz (Lowest ISM band). The purpose of this demonstration system is to simplify the evaluation process of wireless power technology using eGaN® FETs…

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STEVAL-ISB044V1: Qi MP-A10 15 W Wireless Charger TX Evaluation Kit

Manufacturer: STMicroelectronics

The STEVAL-ISB044V1 evaluation kit has been designed for devices, such as smartphones or tablets, requiring high power levels than standard wireless charging profiles can provide, up to 15W.

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STEVAL-ISB045V1: 2.5W Wireless Charger Transmitter Evaluation Kit

Manufacturer: STMicroelectronics

The STEVAL-ISB045V1 evaluation kit includes the STEVAL-ISB045V1T wireless battery charger transmitter evaluation board based on the STWBC-WA digital controller, the firmware and the STEVAL-WBCDNGV1 USB-to-UART dongle needed to use the STSW-STWBCGUI.

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BQ51013AEVM-764(#2):Wireless Power, WPC-Certified

Manufacturer: Texas Instruments

The bq51013AEVM-764 evaluation module (EVM) demonstrates the receiver portion of the bqTESLA™ wireless power system. This receiver EVM is a complete receiver-side solution that produces 5 V out at up to 1 A when coupled with the bqTESLA™ transmitter.

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EPC9113(#2): 16W, Class-D, Rezence (A4WP) Compatible

Manufacturer: EPC

The EPC9113 wireless power demonstration system is a high efficiency, Rezence (A4WP) compatible, Zero Voltage Switching (ZVS), Voltage Mode class-D wireless power transfer demonstration kit capable of delivering up to 16 W into a DC load while operating at 6.78 MHz (Lowest ISM band). The purpose of this demonstration system is to simplify the evaluation process of wireless power technology using …

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BQ51013AEVM-765(#1): 5V @ 1A, 4 ~ 8V in

Manufacturer: Texas Instruments

The bq51013AEVM-765 wireless power receiver evaluation kit from Texas Instruments is a high-performance, easy-to-use development kit for the design of wireless power solutions.

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EPC9111(#2): 35W, Class 3, Rezence (A4WP) Compatible

Manufacturer: EPC

The EPC9111 Wireless power demonstration system is a high efficiency, A4WP compatible, Zero Voltage Switching (ZVS), Voltage Mode Class D Wireless Power transfer demonstration kit capable of delivering up to 35 W into a DC load while operating at 6.78 MHz (Lowest ISM band). It includes an amplifier board (EPC9506) with a pre-regulator that limits the output current and voltage and ensures proper …

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EPC9065: 1A, Wireless Power, 0 ~ 80V

Manufacturer: EPC

The EPC9065 is a high efficiency, Zero Voltage Switching (ZVS) differential mode Class-D amplifier development board that operates at, but is not limited to, 6.78 MHz

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TSDMTX-5V2-EVM: Dual-Mode (Qi and PMA) Wireless Charging Transmitter with QC2.0/3.0 Option

Manufacturer: Semtech Corporation

The Semtech TSDMTX-5V2-EVM is an evaluation platform for test and experimentation of a wireless charging transmitter based on the Semtech TS80000 Wireless Power Transmitter Controller, TS61001 Full-Bridge FET Driver, and TS31023 Linear Regulator. This evaluation module provides a complete system solution for both Qi and PMA standards of power transmission.

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760308MP: 15W Medium Power Qi Charger

Manufacturer: Rohm Semiconductor

The ROHM-760308MP-EVK-001 Wireless Power Evaluation kit is based on the Qi specification 1.2.2 and supports the Extended Power Profile (EPP) from the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC). Receiver and transmitter are also backwards compatible with the low power mode (Baseline Power Profile).

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