What would happen if the xLED comes within range of a wireless charging pad?
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Depends on the kind of pad. Most likely the actual power carrying frequency gets bandpassed out on the xLED. If there’s NFC communication for power delivery info then it may light up.
I’m talking about like the ones that charge phones, like will it fry the led or something?
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Most likely not
My Anker wireless charging pad does nothing to my xLED tester that I got with my NExT. So I’d assume the xLED implant would be the same way.
The Wireless Power Consortium (Qi) is the most common type of charger you’ll encounter. Over their lifespan, the specification has allowed manufacturers to produce devices that operate anywhere between 80kHz-300kHz, so only a LF xLED could be affected.
I’m currently working on testing the FOD on some cheap Qi chargers to see if they’ll burn-out a LF xLED if you really try. For now though, know that the HF xLED is safe from wireless chargers that operate on the Qi or Airfuel standards.
Just tried the LF xLED tester on my Qi charger and it does indeed blink incredibly brightly, but doesnt appear to cause it any harm. Obviously your mileage may very. But the LF xLED and Qi chargers could probably use more research.
What model charger do you have?
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