Startup Yank Working Towards Contactless, Wireless Charger In Cars
Wireless charging startup Yank Technologies has received certification by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for its wireless charging device called the MotherBox.
According to the company, the certification confirms that the MotherBox works within the frequency band allowed by the FCC. This is a contactless, near field wireless charging device that works with a receiver to charge various devices simultaneously, allowing free movement of the devices that are being charged. The product was designed and developed keeping smart home future in mind. The tech of the product includes 3D antenna architecture and amplifiers and the certification verifies that the specific absorption rate (SAR) value is less than 1.6 W/kg.
To successfully charge, the devices need to have a receiver with a power plug that connects to a power port to enable wireless charging. The company has plans to create smartphone cases with the same technology so that charging can be made even easier and one wouldn’t need to go through the process of setting it up. Yank has partnered with several automotive OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers for integrating the wireless charging technology into vehicles.
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