5W Transmitting Chip, Single Coil Solution
Product FeatureNY7501G-1 is a highly integrated transmitting chip for wireless charging developed based on NY7501G. NY7501G wireless charging chipset is a kind of transmitting chip for wireless charging that conforms to the Qi standard of Wireless Power Consortium (WPC), which can achieve 5W transmission power for standard wireless charging. Packaged in QFN44-0505X075-0.35, it is integrated internally with signal demodulation, as well as multiple protections. Featured with foreign object detection (FOD), over-voltage protection (OVP), over-current protection (OCP) and other protection functions, it can effectively ensure the safety of wireless charging.
NY7501G-1 wireless power chip is suitable for 5W monocoil transmitting terminal scheme for wireless charging, with good compatibility. Due to its area of only 5mm*5mm, it has high design flexibility, making it be embedded into the products more easily.
|Number of Coils||1||Working Mode||Electro-magnetic Induction|
|Working Voltage range||4.5-5.5V||Transmission Power||5W|
Xiamen Newyea Microelectronic Technology Co., Ltd. is a wholly- owned subsidiary of Xiamen Newyea Group Co., Ltd. Found by Dr. Lin Guijiang, a leading scientist of wireless charging in October 2015, it locates in IC Industry Park in Xiamen free trade zone.
Newyea Microelectronic possesses a strong R&D team consisting o f professors, doctors, masters and senior engineers not only from China, which is specialized in R&D and industrialization of wireless energy supply technology, and providing wireless power supply technology for fields such as smart wearables, smart phone and smart home. We are dedicated t o becoming the leading provider of overall solution of wireless power supply, and providing core technology support for the development of wireless power supply industry and IoT ecologic circle.
Main business: R&D of wireless charging chip, wireless charging solution and wireless charging product design service.
Newyea is an enterprise successfully joining WPC
(International Wireless Power Consortium) after Samsung, Texas Instruments, National Semiconductor, Philips, Qualcomm and Nokia.