fliCharge expanding to offer wire-free charging while on the go

CHANDLER, Ariz. – fliCharge International announced expansion plans to offer its interoperable wire-free charging solutions for multiple devices in the transportation sector.

The patented fliCharge technology is the only interoperable wire-free charging solution that can simultaneously charge multiple devices on the same charging pad no matter their power requirement or position on the pad. The fliCharge technology is now available in a number of cars, minivans and pickup trucks from some of North America’s leading automotive manufactures. In the coming months, fliCharge products will be available in additional vehicles as well as for use in public schools, high schools, higher education institutions and other businesses.

“We have spent the past several months bringing together an experienced team and expanding our product offerings by developing a number of high power and automotive charging solutions that will be introduced to the market shortly,” said Randall P. Marx, President and CEO of fliCharge. “Our focus on infrastructure markets has produced some exciting results, particularly in the automotive industry, where our technology is now being used to charge smartphones and tablets in several models of cars, minivans and pickup trucks from three of North America’s leading automobile companies.”

fliCharge’s conductive charging platform is a safe, cost-effective charging solution with a charging efficiency of over 95%. The technology is highly scalable, with 15, 20 and 90-watt charging surfaces currently available. In addition, 150 and 300-watt products are in development for charging laptops, power tool batteries and multiple tablets and other battery-operated devices. With a growing ecosystem of charging pads, cases, skins, universal adapters and OEM reference designs, fliCharge technology is ideal for a broad array of applications, from wearables, smartphones and tablets to netbooks, laptops and power tool batteries.

Source: PR Newswire press release

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