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How Wireless Charger Works for Mobile Phone Battery

by mrzee

Table of Contents

  • Abstract
  • Acknowledgment
  • Introduction
  • Background
  • Proposed Methods
  • Results
  • Conclusion
  • References


A mobile Phone Battery wireless charger is a system that charges mobile phone battery using a wireless charger. The idea behind wireless charging is to plop the device on the shelf and have it charged. The technology replaces cable wiring and standardize on a single interface. Additionally, the interface will be able to adjust the power setting to charge various types of batteries. The mobile phone battery wireless charged has two circuits; receiver circuit and transmitter circuit. The transmitter circuit has a step down transformer of 230V to 12V. The transformer steps down 230 Voltage from 12 Volts. Consequently, the 12V AC is then converted into 12 Voltage DC by bridge rectifier. A 2200/25V capacitor then filters ripples and pure Direct Current is supplied. The oscillator circuit with the assistance of transmitting coil will oscillate at 10MHz, thereby transmitting the wireless power. The receiver circuit will then receive the power with the help of a receiving coil and flow through the circuit of voltage multiplier. The voltage multiplier circuit consists of the capacitor voltage multiplier and diode. With the help of a voltage the charging of the mobile will be achieved.  The wireless charging system will replace wires and plugs similar to Bluetooth and Wi-Fi have modernized the personal communication. The wireless charger using inductive coupling employs electromagnetic field transferring energy to the receiver from the transmitter. The system is convenient to consumers because users simple place their mobile phones on a charging mat. The system works appropriately with media players, Bluetooth headsets, digital cameras, gaming controllers, and mobile phones. Other potential devices include the e-bikes, medical devices, power tools, and electric cars.

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