How The Wireless Charging Feature Of The Wireless Extension Lead Run?

The wireless charging function is a new function that we have heard of many times in the past two years. Many people may not know this, or some have listened to information about wireless charging functions. As a charging function that has flourished in recent years, this article will popularize what wireless extension lead with wireless charging is.

Wireless charging has a history of about 100 years. Still, this technology did not have many application scenarios in the early days, and it did not gradually appear in the market until 2017. Wireless charging technology is prevalent in many places and device. Still, the most used site is our mobile devices, and we usually contact the wireless charging function of mobile phones most often. Almost all phone manufacturers use Qi wireless charging Almost all phone manufacturers use the Qi wireless charging protocol. For example, Apple’s iPhone 8 series started using this feature.

How socket extension lead with wireless charging works

Wireless charging, which transfers power from an electrical outlet to your device, is a technology that allows you to charge over short distances without cables. The wireless charger needs two coils for power transfer, one in the wireless charger and the other in the receiver. When you put it on the mat, it sends a signal from its coil to the phone coil.

What protocols are there for wireless charging?

There are three mainstream wireless charging protocols: Qi standard, PMA standard, and A4WP standard, and most mobile phones use the Qi wireless charging protocol. Qi is a standard developed by the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) for inductive charging over approximately 40mm.

What’s so good about wireless charging?

  • Looks neater
  • Reduce wire wear
  • easy to use
  • Puts less strain on the charging port of your phone.

After hearing so much about the advantages of wireless charging, many people may think that they do not have a corresponding wireless charging adapter at home and need to repurchase it. You don’t need to buy an expensive dedicated wireless charging adapter. Today, many general-purpose devices will also come with wireless chargers. For example, the electrical extension lead with wireless charging can solve your wireless charging situation with its own AC socket, USB interface, etc. You have more options for charging methods. You can get the more valuable devices for the same price.

The electric socket extension with wireless charging is an efficient tool. It is pervasive to use the electric extension cord in our daily life. cahelps us solve many insufficient or too far sockets, an inseparable part of our lives. It would be better if wireless charging function were attached to the electrical extension plugs.

wireless extension lead with wireless charging once again provide a way to charge that you don’t need to be limited to regular AC socket and USB ports. The wireless charger is incredibly convenient if you or your guests want to charge the device’s battery without tugging on the power cord.

How fast is wireless charging?

Qi wireless charging protocol has many different power specifications. 5W is a minimum, while some handsets support 7.5W, 10W and up to 15W, even some higher.

Which phone devices can use wireless charging?

Apple iPhone: 13 series, 12 series, SE 2020, 11 series, iPhone X series eight series.

Samsung Galaxy: Z Fold third generation, second generation, Z Flip 3, S21 series,  Z Flip 5G, Note 20 Ultra, Note 20, S20 FE, S20 second, Z Flip (Plus more devices)

Sony: Xperia 1 III, Xperia 1 II, Xperia 10 II, Xperia XZ3 series,   (Plus more devices)

LG: V50 ThinQ 5G, V60 ThinQ 5G, Velvet, G8 ThinQ, G7 ThinQ, V30

OnePlus: 10 Pro, 9 Pro, 9, 8 Pro

Huawei: P50 Pocket, P50 Pro, Nova 9, P40 Pro+, P40 Pro, Mate 30 Pro, P30 Pro, Mate 20 Pro

For more equipment models, you can check the model number on the official website of the brand mobile phone.

Using a wireless extension lead allows you to conveniently power your device without hunting around for your charging cable. Just drop it on.

The power extension board UK sockets recommended below all carry this function, and they have been tested by our JEOSTORM professional engineers and instruments so that you can rest assured.

Uniquely designed cube extension lead with USB, small in size but rich in function, equipped with three different charging methods. The USB port has two kinds of fast charging ports. The top is fitted with a wireless charger, and the bottom has overload protection.

Z02UWC multi outlet extension cord

This safe and reliable tower extension lead black has up to 10 AC outlets, four smart USB ports, and one wireless charging. You to charge 15 appliances simultaneously. Equipment with multiple protection designs: surge protection, overload protection. Flame retardant material for the housing to protect your valuable equipment.

713KUW tower plug socket

This British Standard two socket extension lead with stand design features 2 USB-A charging ports, 1 USB-C fast charging port and 10W wireless charging. One of the USB-A is an 18W fast charging port. The shell uses PC flame retardant material to protect you and your equipment in an all-around way.

Use in meeting rooms, white-black

This 6 socket extension lead has a tower design. Has three models and specifications, up to 10 AC outlets, 2 USB ports and a wireless charger. Which can power 13 devices simultaneously, fully meeting your various charging needs. The tower design helps you save more desk space, you don’t have to worry about multiple devices or not to have enough outlets.

7 Way Tower Plug Socket 612KU

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Hello, I’m Lisa Liu, the author of this article and the general manager of Jeostorm. I have been engaged in power strip foreign trade sales for more than 21 years, and I am very familiar with power strip products and the market. I like to share my knowledge of power strip to our company's website, hope this article can help you.

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