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    Qi Receiver Simulator V1.0

    Overview

    The Qi Receiver Simulator is a device that can be placed on a Qi wireless charging transmitter and used to test the transmitter's operation and performance. DIP switches on top of the Qi Receiver Simulator are used to select a number of different receiver operational modes as well as change the communication modulators and output load. The model 102-01 is Compatible with WPC v1.0

    Product developers looking to quickly analyze and debug Qi wireless transmitter system operation, firmware operation, and error handling. The Receiver Simulator provides a variety of tests for assessing transmitter performance. It is useful for design debugging, demonstrations, and for use as a general purpose Qi receiver.

    TEST MODES:

    • Standard receiver
    • No comm. packets
    • Invalid communication data bit rates
    • Invalid communication packet checksum
    • Invalid packet order
    • Invalid WPC spec version
    • Undefined communication packets
    • Multiple power control hold-off packets
    • Error packets at minimum intervals
    • Repeated negative error packets
    • EPT packets with reason codes
    • Invalid packet timing
    • No rectified power packets

     

    MODULATORS AND OUTPUT MODES:

    • 30 Ω AC resistive modulators
    • 10 nF AC capacitive modulators
    • 0 to 2.0W internal load selectable in 0.25W steps
    • External load up to 5W

    Features

    • Stand alone, easy to use device
    • Regulated 5VDC output
    • Selectable communication tests and modulators
    • LEDs for device status
    • Test points for bridge voltage and comm. modulator
    • Selectable internal load
    • Terminals for external load
    • WPC v1.0 compatibility
    • RxSim v1.1 is factory calibrated for accurate received power measurements
    • RxSim v1.1 reports a proprietary 16 bit high resolution received power value

    Ships With

    • Qi Receiver Simulator

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