Wireless Mobile Charger

A wireless mobile charger in a car is a device that enables a mobile phone or other compatible electronic devices without the need for cables or cords. It uses electromagnetic fields to transfer energy from the charger to the device.

In a car, a wireless mobile charger is typically built into the centre console or dashboard, or can be installed as an accessory. The charger pad is made of rubber or silicone to prevent the phone from slipping, and it has one or more built-in coils that generate a magnetic field to wirelessly transfer power to the phone’s battery.

Alpha has also developed a power receiver which may be integrated into a vehicle door and used to charge a smart key fob or a mobile phone as a backup solution for a case of depleted key or phone battery. It removes the necessity of having a spare metal key blade in the smart key or NFC interface in the mobile phone.