You may already use NFC for data transfer applications like “tap-to-pay,” but did you know that NFC can also be used for power transfer up to 3 Watts?
This video previews the technology and shows some of the applications that can benefit from NFC Charging.
Hearables/Earbuds, Wearables, Stylus, Home Sensors, IoT Sensors, AR and Smart Glasses
Power and data transfer
Greater freedom of positioning
Thin, efficient coils for small electronics
The NFC Forum’s Wireless Charging Standard (WLC) allows product developers to deliver power and data to small, space-constrained devices. Explore the technology’s applications, capabilities and trade-offs.
NuCurrent’s wireless power experts cover common NFC Charging questions, including:
This NuEva platform addresses all the critical aspects of an NFC-based wireless power solution including:
NFC Charging is an exciting development in wireless power, and NuCurrent can help you achieve success faster, with better designs and less risk.