NuCurrent cuts loose by extending HF wireless charging

For product categories that are using RF and inductive charging, NuCurrent has launched NuEva (high frequency) HF development platform based on inductive resonant power transfer.

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InnovationLab and Evonik partner for printed rechargeable batteries

Printed electronics specialist, InnovationLab has partnered with chemical company, Evoknik to develop the fully printed, flexible, rechargeable, solid-state batteries. The batteries, which combine Evonik’s TAeTTOOz printable battery materials and InnovationLab’s high-speed printed electronics capability results in thin printed batteries that are more flexible, safer and more environmentally friendly than traditional metal-based batteries.

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Measurement ICs double battery life and have highest accuracy, claims Maxim

Three ICs from Maxim Integrated allow designers to achieve double the battery life, while offering protection and what is claimed to be the highest accuracy for IoT, industrial and healthcare applications.

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Optiga Trust extends to Qi wireless charging

For secure inductive charging, Infineon Technologies has added the Optiga Trust Charge to its Optiga Trust family. According to the company, it is the industry’s first embedded security solution that is usable for the Qi 1.3 wireless charging standard. It addresses chargers for small personal electronic devices like smartphones, ear buds, tablets, wearables or health tech devices with a charging power of up to 15W.

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