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Charge Cell Phones to Laptops Simultaneously – EPC Introduces Complete Class 4 AirFuel Alliance Compatible Wireless Power Demonstration Kit Capable of Transmitting up to 33 W

Charge Cell Phones to Laptops Simultaneously – EPC Introduces Complete Class 4 AirFuel Alliance Compatible Wireless Power Demonstration Kit Capable of Transmitting up to 33 W

Superior characteristics of eGaN® FETs, such as low output capacitance, low input capacitance, low parasitic inductances, and small size make them ideal for increasing efficiency in highly resonant, AirFuel wireless power transfer systems.

EL SEGUNDO, Calif.—August 2017 — Efficient Power Conversion Corporation (EPC) today announces the availability of a complete class 4 wireless power charging kit, the EPC9120. The system can transmit up to 33 W while operating at 6.78 MHz (the lowest ISM band).  The purpose of this demonstration kit is to simplify the evaluation process of using eGaN FETs for highly efficient wireless power transfer.  The EPC9120 utilizes the high frequency switching capability of EPC gallium nitride transistors to facilitate wireless power systems with full power efficiency between 80% and 90% under various operating conditions.

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No More Standards Wars in Wireless Charging ‒ EPC Introduces a Wireless Multi-Mode Demonstration System Compatible with All Current Wireless Power Charging Standards

No More Standards Wars in Wireless Charging ‒ EPC Introduces a Wireless Multi-Mode Demonstration System Compatible with All Current Wireless Power Charging Standards

The superior characteristics of eGaN® FETs and ICs enable a lower cost single transmit amplifier solution that can wirelessly charge devices regardless of the standard used in the receiving device.

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — June 2016 — Efficient Power Conversion Corporation (EPC) today announces the availability of a complete demonstration multi-mode wireless power charging kit, the EPC9121. The purpose of this demonstration kit is to simplify the evaluation process of using eGaN FETs and ICs for highly efficient multi-mode wireless power charging systems that can cut across any standard used in the receiving units.

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