Wireless Charging Receiver IC's

17 Wireless Charging Receivers from 5 manufacturers listed on everything RF
Description:24 MHz Cortex-M0+ Based Microcontroller
Output Current:
0 to 5 mA
Output Voltage:
0 to 20 V
Power:
15 W
Foreign Object detection:
Yes
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Description:WattUp RF-to-DC Wireless Power Receiver
Compliance:
WPC/Qi
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Description:50 W Qi-Compliant Inductive Wireless Power Receiver
Compliance:
WPC/Qi
WPC Standard:
WPC 1.2.4
Output Voltage:
20 V
Input Voltage:
27 V (Integrated)
Power:
50 W, 12 W
Foreign Object detection:
Yes
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Description:15 W Wireless Power Receiver for WPC/Qi BPP/EPP
Compliance:
WPC/Qi
WPC Standard:
WPC 1.3
Output Current:
1500 mA
Output Voltage:
12 V
Power:
15 W
Foreign Object detection:
Yes
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Description:30 W Wireless Charging Receiver with Integrated Capacitor Divider and Wattshare Technology
Compliance:
WPC/Qi
WPC Standard:
WPC 1.3
Output Current:
1650 mA
Output Voltage:
4.7 to 12.6
Input Voltage:
1.7 to 5.5 V
Power:
30 W, 6 W (Transmitter)
Foreign Object detection:
Yes
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Description:24 MHz Cortex-M0+ Based Microcontroller
Output Current:
0 to 5 mA
Output Voltage:
0 to 20 V
Power:
15 W
Foreign Object detection:
Yes
more info
Description:70 W Qi-Compliant Wireless Charging Receiver
Compliance:
WPC/Qi
WPC Standard:
WPC 1.2.4, WPC 1.3
Output Voltage:
20 V
Input Voltage:
27 V (Integrated)
Power:
70 W, 15 W
Foreign Object detection:
Yes
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Description:5 W Wireless Power Receiver IC
Compliance:
WPC/Qi
WPC Standard:
WPC 1.3
Output Current:
1500 mA
Output Voltage:
5 V
Power:
5 W
Foreign Object detection:
Yes
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Description:Wireless Power Receiver for Low Power Applications
Compliance:
WPC/Qi
WPC Standard:
WPC 1.3
Output Current:
2 to 8 mA (Quiescent Current)
Output Voltage:
3.5 to 12.5 V
Input Voltage:
2.1 V
Power:
5 W
Foreign Object detection:
Yes
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Wireless Charging Receiver IC Search Tool

Wireless Charging Receiver IC's from the leading manufacturers are listed on everything RF. Wireless charging receivers are used receive wireless power from the transmitters to charge a battery. Wireless Power receivers are connected to a coil which receives the Electro Magnetic signals. The receiver IC then coverts this received signal in to a voltage/current which is used to charge the battery. Receivers are integrated in to phones, tablets and other mobile devices. To ensure compatibility of wireless charging, there are two main standards which have been used Qi/WPC and Airfuel/PMA. Most devices follow one of these standards and thus as long as they follow this spec, they will be interoperable across device manufacturers.

everything RF has listed Wireless Charging Receiver IC's from the leading manufacturers. You can narrow down on the list of products based on the frequency standard, power level, supply voltage and other parameters. Once you find an IC that meets your spec, you can download the datasheet, request for a quote or get pricing for the product.