On-demand Webinar: Supercharging Wireless Battery Charger Technology

Discover a wireless receiver and transmitter solution that pushes the limits of wireless battery charging to 50 W

 

This webinar was broadcast on Thursday, May 27th 2021


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Watch the one-hour, on-demand webinar to learn about a growing family of wireless battery charging solutions that can be easily integrated into a broad range of applications. If you've ever thought, "If only I could charge all of my devices wirelessly", then this webinar is for you.

The STWLC family of wireless charging receivers are monolithic devices that support Qi standard modes as well as STSC mode for up to 50 W of receiving power. The STWLC68 and STWLC88 feature power sharing technology that can also be used as a power transmitter for some applications. All STWLC products feature monolithic active rectifiers. The STWBC2 is an innovative system-in-package designed specifically for cutting-edge wireless power transmission systems.

The session will begin with an overview of wireless charging technology followed by an introduction to STMicroelectronics' wireless power receiver and transmitter solutions. From here, we will review the receiver/transmitter evaluation platforms offered by ST, and provide a video demonstration of ST's industry-leading 50 W STWBC2 + STWLC88 charging solution and associated development tools. The webinar will conclude with an interactive Q&A session with our wireless charging experts.

You will learn:

  • The fundamentals of wireless charging
  • Inductive charging basics
  • Solutions for wireless charging from 2.5 W to 50 W, and beyond
  • How ST tools can facilitate development of wireless charging systems up to 50 W
 

Speakers

Ryan Metivier
Ryan is a Product Marketing Engineer covering industrial power conversion products for STMicroelectronics. He has an extensive background in the semiconductor industry developing new products from engineering, marketing, and product management perspectives. Ryan’s current focus is in industrial power conversion, working with customers and monitoring market trends for an industry-leading portfolio of power conversion products. Ryan holds a B.S. and M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in MA, and an MBA from the University of New Hampshire Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics.

   

Rogerio Bueno
Rogerio is a Product Marketing Engineer covering industrial power conversion products for STMicroelectronics, based in the São Paulo, Brazil office. He joined ST in 2012 and has more than 25 years in product development, from engineering, marketing, and product management perspectives. His current focus is industrial power conversion supporting ST's industry-leading portfolio of power conversion, motion control and automation, smart grid and wireless battery charging systems. Rogerio is from São Paulo and holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from IMT - Maua Institute of Technology, and an MBA from ESPM – Superior School of Marketing.