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Taiwan testing lab offers Qi certification

Posted: 02 Aug 2011 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Qi certification? testing facility? wireless charging?

The Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) and T?V Rheinland have announced a new independent compliance testing facility in Taiwan to address the demand for Qi certification of wireless chargers.

Qi, the global standard for wireless charging, allows devices to be charged just by placing them on any Qi charging surface without connecting cords or wires. Qi offers simplicity, convenience and flexibility by ensuring wireless charging interoperability between any Qi-enabled device and Qi charger, regardless of manufacturer or brand.

"We're excited to work with T?V Rheinland to help quickly certify more Qi products, speeding their time to market," said WPC chair Menno Treffers. "The need for a facility such as this is a testament to growing demand for Qi-compatible devices and a reflection of the many companies racing to compete in the expanding wireless charging industry."

T?V Rheinland's Taiwan facility will offer Qi compliance testing, as well as all necessary regulatory testing, for companies wishing to have their products certified.

"We've been impressed by the strong demand for Qi product certification," said Uwe

Halstenbach, general manager of T?V Rheinland Taiwan. "We look forward to ramping up our testing to help companies quickly usher in a new wave of Qi-enabled electronics to even more consumers."

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