Wireless in-car charging is becoming an increasingly popular feature in new vehicle models. The ability to charge a smartphone or other portable device by simply placing it in a designated area, such as a center console tray — without having to physically connect the device or plug it in — offers a world of convenience for consumers. Charging has become an expected standard in most car models, and these designs are tasked with optimizing efficiency while also adhering to strict automotive safety standards, such as EMC and thermal regulations. Each new feature also adds design complexity, and puts space at even more of a premium to ensure comfort and convenience for the driver and passengers.
Our highly efficient, scalable portfolio includes AEC-Q100 qualified step-down converters and linear regulators. These components support both inductive and resonant wireless charging topologies. They also minimize thermal dissipation and help prevent electromagnetic interference (EMI) to keep safety at the forefront.
MPS’s compact and reliable power management solutions provide everything you need to power the next generation of in-car wireless chargers.