Wireless Charging Receiver by Renesas (6 more products)

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The P9412 from Renesas is a Single Chip Wireless Power Receiver IC for 30 W applications. The device can be configured to receive or transmit an AC power signal through magnetic induction. When the device is configured as a wireless power transmitter (6 W using Wattshare), it uses an on-chip full/half-bridge inverter, a PWM generator, and a modulator/demodulator for communication, and a micro-controller to produce an AC power signal to drive external L-C tank and to power a receiver device (Wattshare™). As a receiver, this IC receives an AC power signal from a wireless transmitter, and converts it into a rectified output voltage, then further divides it in half with the integrated capacitive divider.

The IC has an integrated 32-bit ARM Cortex-M0 processor, synchronous full bridge rectifier and control circuitry to modulate the load and send message packets to the Transmitter for optimized power delivery. It has a 24kB Multiple-time programmable (MTP) non-volatile memory and supports proprietary fast charging modes with authentication. This IC can be controlled via GPIO and I2C interfaces.

The P9412 is available in a WLCSP-81-package that measures 4.02 x 4.02 mm and is ideal for smartphones and other mobile applications.

Product Specifications

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Product Details

  • Part Number
  • Manufacturer
  • Description
    30 W Wireless Charging Receiver with Integrated Capacitor Divider and Wattshare Technology

General Parameters

  • Application
    Smart Phone, Mobile Applications
  • Compliance
  • WPC Standard
    WPC 1.3
  • Power
    30 W, 6 W (Transmitter)
  • Input Voltage
    1.7 to 5.5 V
  • Output Voltage
    4.7 to 12.6
  • Output Current
    1650 mA
  • Foreign Object detection
  • Interface
    I2C, GPIOs
  • Package
  • Dimension
    4.02 × 4.01 mm, 0.4mm pitch
  • Operating Temperature
    -40 to 85 Degree C
  • Storage Temperature
    -55 to 150 Degree C

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