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Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging

“If you had the choice – a plug-in cable or wireless – what would you chose?”

Developed by Qualcomm, Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging (WEVC) uses inductive wireless energy transfer to elegantly eliminate the plug-in cord used in most Electric Vehicles and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (EV/PHEV) today.

Wireless Charging for EV/PHEV

Charging a EV/PHEV today — which usually involves handling and plugging in to a charge box with a cable — is cumbersome and not user friendly. Plus, when in use, charging equipment is susceptible to the elements and vandalism. Some neighborhoods even consider the equipment esthetically unpleasing. Qualcomm Halo WEVC, a product of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., is simple but effective, and takes the hassle out of charging your EV/PHEV.

Qualcomm Halo

No Fuss, Just Wireless Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging uses inductive power transfer to charge the Electric Vehicle battery, simply and elegantly eliminating the need for the plug-in cable.