Hey whatsup guys welcome to tov, in this video we gonna talk about the wireless charging, and it’s definitely not what you think it is. So without wasting your more time on this intro lets get into the video.
So before i start shouting on youtube. As usual I wanna know from you about what you know about Wireless. I know you cannt speak but if you will try I cannot hear you anyway. So let me guess what u know about the wireless charging. Okay a simple guess is charging your phone without the use of wire. Great. Another technical person may speak we put our phone on the wireless charger to charge our phone this is called wireless charging. Yeah you are correct till some extent. But as you are my subscribers its my duty to correct you when you are wrong. This type of charging which involves physical contact of the phone with the charging pad is called as inductive charging technically so feel comfortable to correct your self.
So what actually is an inductive charging and why it’s different from other true wireless future. Inductive charging involves the use of simple phenomena called electromagnetic field to transfer energy. This needs two coils side by side. The first coil is in your charger and the second one is in your phone. So when you turn on the power to the charger the electric currents flows through the coil present in the charger. Due to the flow of the electric current through the coil it results in the production of the electro magnet field. This electric field also influence the second coil in the phone. Due to the electromagnetic field the electrons present in the wire also starts to move resulting in the production of charge. This process occurs within 1 second. This is the reason when you move your phone away it stops to charge. For this technology to work the coils meed to be closer.
So this is not wireless charging its inductive. So to know what’s really wireless charging means, lets go back to past. Lets time travel. Say hi to mr nikola tesla, he will be called as the man who 20th century, right now he’s making some kinds of towers, excue me sir whats the name of your tower you made here, its what , a warden clyffe tower, great name sir. So whats the main objective of making this tower. Oh it will broadcast power from usa to India without wire. Great you mean its wireless. We also have phones which have wireless charging in future but mr tesla when we pick it up it wont charge. And i hate to keep it there. I want to charge amd use my freaking phone. Okay enough of time travel lets get back to present
This is the main concept of the wireless charging. Just imagine you are very lazy, like super lazy and don’t want to get off the bed. And its winter and the floor is super cold. But your phones battery is super low and john snow is just about to get alive and u dont wanna miss it and also don’t wanna get up. So imagine you just connected to your wireless charger and boom your phone starts to charge over the air. With the help of this technology you phone, laptop, fitness band, smartwatch or anything can charge as long you are paired. Now stop imagining because its a reality . Companies have started to produce and test this tech. This tech will use radio frequencies to power up multiple devices in order of your priority. this is right now only limited to shorter distances
Various Companies have produced some of the prototypes. The first one is mid field wattup can charge wirelessly upto 3 fts. The second one is Cota tile which is also another prototype can go upto 30 fts. The third one is powercast power spot which can go upto 80fts. These are all made from different companies. And the future is near. And no doubt it will be very expensive tech even the inductive chargers are expensive . But no matter the price i want this type of wireless charging not the inductive one. I cannot even use my phone when the phone is charging and i hate that. So right now I’m sticking to my charging cable and charging and using my phone. Because inductive charging sucks. But keep your hopes high coz the winter im sorry future is coming.