How to Wirelessly Charge Your iPhone, Android Phone or BlackbBerry
The concept of wirelessly charging your smartphones has matured over the period of time. It involves using simple laws of physics and creating magnetic field for charging your devices. The wireless chargers for Android, iOS, Windows, and BlackBerry phones really exist now. The price also lies in the reasonable range. Let’s checkout some best Wireless Charging Receiver Modules for learning how to wirelessly charge your iPhone, Android Phone or BlackBerry.
The Wireless Charging Receiver Module can be purchased from Amazon. It contains a paper-thin sheet or plastic incorporating a receiver coil and containing pins for current transfer or microUSB/lighting charging circuitry. The device is available as a universal charger and the models for individual smartphones are also available. They have the same function, but differ in voltages and installation method. For example, you don’t need to have a microUSB port in charger for Galaxy Note 4, because it connects directly to the pins inside the battery compartment of the device and provides 600mAh of current. Other chargers output 500mAh of current. So, it is better to purchase model specific charger for your smartphone if it is available.
The images, shown below, demonstrate adding wireless charging module with your smartphone using microUSB port. As you can see, the charging device is like a slim plastic casing with port for outputting current.
Connect your smartphone to the charger with microUSB cable as shown below. Keep the charger towards the battery so that it is concealed.
Remove the cover from wireless charger device if required.
There you go. Your smartphone starts charging instantaneously through wireless charger.
The decision of whether to have Lighting/mircoUSB port or direct interfacing through pins for your device, can be made by searching Amazon or some other website offering wireless chargers for your smartphone. If your smartphone requires the first type, the wireless charger will be in the form of plastic’s sheet on the back side of your phone with double-sided adhesive. This design doesn’t look pretty, and you will have to conceal your device in a cover to protect the charger.
The second option for charging is smart and the device is unnoticed in the battery compartment of your device. You would also require wireless charging pad or stand if you don’t have.
In short, wirelessly charging your smartphones is not impossible now. You have learnt how to wirelessly charge your iPhone, Android Phone or BlackBerry using simple wireless charging modules. You don’t need to put your smartphone away from you for charging. Take it anywhere you want with wireless charger integrated with it.