TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Toshiba Corporation's (TOKYO:6502) Storage & Electronic Devices Solutions Company today announced that a wireless power transmitter system using its “TC7718FTG” 15W wireless power transmitter IC has been certified as Qi v1.2 EPP (Extended Power Profile) compliant by the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC). The system adopts MP-A2, which allows a simple system configuration, and is the industry’s first Qi-certified MP-A2 transmitter system.
Connected to a microcontroller, “TC7718FTG” realizes a wireless power transmitter system compliant with Qi standard. Toshiba’s original cutting-edge CD-0.13 process realizes a small package and high efficiency, making system integration easy while securing a small footprint. A 15W wireless transmitter formed with the new IC will recharge devices quickly, at a rate equal to or shorter than wired chargers. The IC is suitable for use in wide range of applications including mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, and industrial devices.
A wireless power transmitter system using “TC7718FTG” is compatible with a 5W receiver system using Toshiba's 5W receiver IC “TC7764WBG”, and a 10W receiver system using its 10W receiver IC “TC7765WBG”, both of which are in mass production. In combination with a 15W receiver IC “TC7766WBG” already certified as the Qi v1.2 EPP compliant, the wireless power system can receive up to 15W.
Toshiba is the industry’s first company to provide Qi v1.2 EPP-certified products for both 15W wireless power transmitters and receivers.
WPC Qi v1.2 compliant (in combination with a microcontroller)
Full-bridge gate driver (also compatible with half-bridge): 1ch
Built in LPF for recovery of ASK signal
Built in LDO (3.3V output)
Charging stand for mobile devices (smartphones, tablets) and industrial devices etc.
|Transmission Method||Electromagnetic induction|
|Operating voltage range||4.5V to 25V|
|Operation Frequency||110kHz to 205kHz|
 Qi: The international standard for wireless charging defined by WPC.
 MP-A2: A wireless power transmitter system defined by WPC that uses a 12V single coil.
 As of September 28, 2016, Toshiba survey.
 LPF (Low Pass Filter): A filter that passes signals with a frequency lower than a certain cutoff frequency and attenuates signals with frequencies higher than the cutoff frequency.
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