Wireless Charging Module

Wireless Charging Module

SKU 106990004
7.90
50+ Available
$7.90/ 1pcs+
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$6.71/ 20pcs+
$6.32/ 50pcs+

Description

This Wireless Charging Module is an inductive wireless charging module suitable for any electronic projects requiring 5V supply. It comes with two coils – a transmitter coil and a receiver coil. The transmitter coil needs to be connected to a 12V DC power supply. The receiver coil would provide 5V DC @ 600mA when transmitter is held close to it.


KEY FEATURES

- Stable power supply

- Insulation Coil

- Space-saving design


TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

- Input Voltage: 12Vdc

- Input Voltage(limits): 13.5Vdc

- Output Voltage: 5Vdc

- Output Current(maximum): 600mA

- Transmitter Coil Inductance: 30uH

- Transmit-receive distance: 1-20mm

- Transmitter : 17*12*4mm

- Receiver: 24*10*3mm

- Coil Diameter: 38mm

- Coil Height: 2mm


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Technical Details

Dimensions0mm x 0mm x 0mm
WeightG.W 13g    
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Part List

Transmitter1
Receiver

ECCN/HTS

ECCN5A991
HSCODE8543909000

Certification

RoHSCompliant

Reviews

Questions and Answers

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Is there an official circuit schematic and component list for this module? Would appreciate the corresponding diagrams and component list. Thank you
on Nov 16,2016
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Do we not need a LiPO charging module before connecting LiPo batteries to the receiver module?
on Feb 02,2017 18:18 PM
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is there a diagram and part list for this?
on May 21,2018 03:18 AM
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is there a diagram and part list for this?
on May 21,2018 03:18 AM
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Found this in case you are still looking. No one at SEEED replied to me either http://elecfreaks.com/store/download/XKT-510.pdf
on May 26,2018 04:51 AM
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Can we charge Apple watch with this module ?
on Oct 19,2016
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how many inches away can it charge?\
on Oct 19,2016
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Any ideas to get more than the 500ma? Need closer to 1Amp.Could two pairs be used at the same time somehow? The rings would need to be lined up with each other (one over the other) in my case.
on Oct 19,2016
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Hi Rob, this module can only output 500mA at maximum. There is a new wireless power module with 1A current output capacity, it may meet your requirement. http://www.se
on Oct 20,2016 10:48 AM
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What frequency does this module use to transmit power?
on Oct 19,2016
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I have no idea about this product but usually they do around 100kHz.
on Oct 20,2016 10:46 AM
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Could you please state the weight of the reciever module?
on Oct 19,2016
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Hi, weight of receiver is 6g, weight of transmitter is 7g.
on Oct 20,2016 10:44 AM
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    Wireless Charging Module

    SKU 106990004
    $7.90
    50+ Available
    $7.90/ 1pcs+
    $7.11/ 10pcs+
    $6.71/ 20pcs+
    $6.32/ 50pcs+
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