TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO:6502) today announced that its wireless power receiver IC, “TC7766WBG” has been certified as Qi v1.2 EPP (Extended Power Profile) compliant by the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC). TC7766WBG is the only 15W Qi certified receiver IC in the industry.
TC7766WBG also has the smallest package of any Qi v1.2 compliant one-chip receiver, which contributes to the easy realization of compact Qi v1.2 receiver systems. In addition, by accessing the TC7766WBG registers via I2C interface, the TC7766WBG provides the flexible control and system design.
Toshiba has two Qi v1.2-compliant receivers: TC7766WBG-M000 for 15W; and TC7766WBG-M010, which is compliant with the Baseline Power Profile for 5W. Both ICs are in mass production.
WPC Qi v1.2 compliant
Maximum output power : 15W
Maximum output current : 1.7A
Output voltage settings : 5V to 14V
Various protection functions
I2C interface compatible: The receiver side host controller can exchange information with a compatible transmitter and access TC7766WBG’s operation status registers via an I2C interface. This can, for example, allow users to be notified of the wireless charging status in the display of a mobile device.
Mobile devices (Smartphones, feature phones, tablets), industrial devices etc.
(Maximum Output Power)
|Transmission Method||Electromagnetic induction|
|Package||WCSP28; 2.4 x 3.67 x 0.5 (mm)|
 The international standard for wireless charging defined by WPC.
 As of September 16, 2016, Toshiba survey.
 A serial interface developed by Philips.
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