08.02.16

New NuCurrent Alignment-Free Transmitters Earn Top Spots in AirFuel Certification

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NuCurrent’s PCB antennas deliver unmatched wireless power performance

(CHICAGO – August 3 2016) – NuCurrent, the world leader in thin, high quality factor (Q), printed wireless power transfer antennas, announces five new certified, Class 2 and Class 3, category leading printed circuit board (PCB) transmitters. Featuring NuCurrent’s CoolSkin TechnologiesTM, all five resonators earned AirFuel™ Alliance certification and several top spots in key AirFuel categories, including uniformity and quality factor.

With the announcement, NuCurrent introduces multiple Class 2 (10+ watts) PCB transmitter sizes including 172 by 105, 112 by 112 and 172 by 108 millimeters, and Class 3 (16+ watts) PCB transmitter sizes including 220 by 154 and 172 by 108 millimeters. All five resonators feature CoolSkin Technologies, a set of patented technology innovations and proprietary design methodologies which ensure the world’s thinnest, highest printed Q antennas, shape flexibility, rapid design and delivery in two to three weeks. NuCurrent also offers standard antennas available from stock.

“NuCurrent is pleased to bring five more certified products to the AirFuel Alliance, joining our other FCC and AirFuel certified transmitters for tabletop or through surface designs,” says Michael Gotlieb, Vice President of Business Development, NuCurrent. “Using a NuCurrent resonator with a uniform field across the entire charge area ensures a receiver will fully achieve the expected power transfer regardless of receiver placement on the transmitter. NuCurrent’s unique systems knowledge enables this better resonator design for our customers and ecosystem partners.”

Following the AirFuel Alliance certification, NuCurrrent’s new PCB transmitters earned the following honors:

  • Best uniformity across all certified resonator classes
  • Highest Q among all AirFuel certified PCB resonators

To learn more about the NuCurrent’s new certified Class 2 and Class 3 PCB transmitters, please contact info@nucurrent.com or visit http://nucurrent.com.