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Mon, Mar 28, 2022

True Blue Power Releases Wireless Charging Points

FAA-Certified Aircraft-Installed Power Supplies for All Wireless Qi Devices

True Blue Power has disclosed the availablity of new FAA-certified wireless chargers for the company's line of electrical power solutions.

The TWC15 Series Wireless Chargers are Qi compliant and provide up to 15 watts of power to smartphones, wireless earbuds and personal electronics. These new wireless chargers are available in three, easy-to-install configurations and are ideal for use in the cabin and cockpit.

"Wireless charging has become more and more prevalent in everyday life. Our customers want to bring convenience power to the aircraft but have found wireless chargers were a hassle to install," said Van Winter, Director of Aftermarket Sales and Support. "With three unique sizes, our chargers are an easy fix. They deliver power through thicker material, giving you a variety of installation options."

True Blue Power Wireless Charger Benefits

  • The Easiest Installation
    • Pre-drilled and tapped screw holes
    • Up to 9 millimeters charging gap/depth-Charges through thick material
  • The Thinnest Charging Module (P/N 6430015-1)
    • Only 0.21 inches (depth)
  • The Largest Charging Area (P/N 6430015-3)
    • 2.9 square inches
  • The Most Compact Design (P/N 6430015-2)
    • 2.45 inches (length) x 2.28 inches (width)     

True Blue Power Wireless Chargers feature a durable, anodized aluminum case. They meet the latest standards for radio frequency (RF) emissions and protect against short circuit, power surge, overload and overtemperature. The intelligent chargers feature Foreign Object Detection (FOD) and will not operate when an electronic device is not present.

FMI: www.truebluepowerusa.com

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