Kamis, 11 Agustus 2011

TÜV Rheinland: first 3rd party lab recognized by WPC for Qi compliance testing

PRLog (Press Release) - A oled technology on mobile phone ug 10, 2011 - TAIPEI, TAIWAN – Aug. 8, 2011 The development of wireless charging technology is expected to become a new source of mobile power. Because smart phones and mobile devices have large power consumption, people frequently need to recharge outdoors; this has prompted related industries to invest in the development of wireless charging. In response to this trend, TÜV Rheinland Taiwan has become the world's first third party laboratory recognized by WPC (Wireless Power Consortium) for Qi compliance testing.

Wireless charging makes it possible for different electronic devices, such as digital cameras, cellphones, MP3 players, etc., to be connected to the same wireless charging device for recharging, reducing the number of different chargers needed and bringing more convenience. Wireless charging also means enhanced environmental protection, eliminating the need for different adaptors and reducing pollution. Currently, the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) is the world's only organization pu my photo and wallpaper shing for wireless charging technology standardization; alliance members include enterprises from a variety of industries, including Philips, Sanyo, Nokia, Texas Instruments, etc. The ultimate goal is to provide consumer applications for wireless charging functions on a smooth-surface interface, with the current target the provision of power for low-power electronic devices under 5W and using the Qi mark as the identification mark. Electronic products with the Qi mark will have ensured compatibility and interoperability, with no need to worry about adaptors or chargers for different brands, resulting in usage simplicity and flexible convenience.

"We're excited to work with TÜV Rheinland to help quickly certify more Qi products, speeding their time to market," says WPC Chairman Menno Treffers. "The need for a facility such as this is a testament to growing demand for Qi-compatible devices, and a reflection of the race many companies are engaged in to compete in the expanding wireless charging industry."

"We've been impressed by the strong demand for Qi product certification," says Uwe Halstenbach, general manager of TÜV Rheinland Taiwan. Qi compliance, together with the Qi logo, will provide consumers the confidence that their Qi-enabled mobile devices can not only be charged conveniently at home, but also in public places such as hotels and offices, wherever a Qi-compliance charging station is available.

TÜV Rheinland Taiwan is not only a certification body appointed by the European Union, but is also recognized by the U.S. Government for the certification of wireless products (TCB) and the Canadian government for certification of wireless products (FCB). In addition to providing Qi-compliance testing, it can also help manufacturers comply with the R&TTE directive and provide related EMC testing, battery testing, Bluetooth testing, etc.

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