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  1. RLeeSimon's Avatar
    Charges KEYᵒⁿᵉ via QI receiver to a type II 10v output so to benefit do I need a stand with higher output ?

    Does a higher output QI cause battery life shortening ?
    Attached Thumbnails Folding QI stand I like-90229.jpg  
    11-20-18 02:05 PM
  2. Bla1ze's Avatar
    I think you need a phone with Qi first. Not gonna matter how high the output is to your KEYone, it won't use it anyway lol.
    11-20-18 08:31 PM
  3. bobshine's Avatar
    Charges KEYᵒⁿᵉ via QI receiver to a type II 10v output so to benefit do I need a stand with higher output ?

    Does a higher output QI cause battery life shortening ?
    And for the second part of your question... no. Typically phones would slow down charging when almost full to protect battery.

    Also most phone charges on Qi at 5W, newer iPhones at 7.5W and some phones at 10W. KeyOne is at 0W lol

    But that’s much lower than the 18W of Quick Charge 3.0... or the 30W of the new iPhone X and XS.
    11-20-18 08:45 PM
  4. RLeeSimon's Avatar
    So, although I have 10v at the ac adapter, the stand will limit at 5v or maybe the USB-C QI receiver or the phone itself... where is the throttle in this setup?
    11-20-18 09:03 PM
  5. bobshine's Avatar
    So, although I have 10v at the ac adapter, the stand will limit at 5v or maybe the USB-C QI receiver or the phone itself... where is the throttle in this setup?
    First you do understand the KeyOne does that have wireless charging right?

    That being said, the phone would communicate with the charger and request the proper power, expressed watts. Typical input to a Qi charger is 5V and 2A (for 10W)... but will provide changing output of 5W.

    Some Qi charger are compatible with Quickcharge 3.0, so they can accept 9V and 2A, for 18W input and charge up to 10W (in case your wondering, the extra 8W is loss... for now).

    For instance the Anker 7.5 Qi stand would see what device is set on the stand and will give up to 10W of power if you plug it into a Quickcharge 3.0 adapter. Don’t use an adapter lower that 5V and 2A.
    11-20-18 10:01 PM
  6. Grabber5.0's Avatar
    I thought he might be talking about an add-on Qi receiver plugged in to the phone's charge port.l
    11-21-18 09:35 PM
  7. bobshine's Avatar
    I thought he might be talking about an add-on Qi receiver plugged in to the phone's charge port.l
    Doesn’t look like an receiver plugged into the phone from his picture
    11-22-18 07:12 PM
  8. anon(4297019)'s Avatar
    So, although I have 10v at the ac adapter, the stand will limit at 5v or maybe the USB-C QI receiver or the phone itself... where is the throttle in this setup?
    Is the battery bulging?
    11-22-18 08:35 PM
  9. Grabber5.0's Avatar
    Doesn’t look like an receiver plugged into the phone from his picture
    The only pic I saw was of the stand. Were there more?
    11-23-18 06:12 PM
  10. bobshine's Avatar
    11-23-18 07:14 PM
  11. anon(4297019)'s Avatar
    Nope!
    I think that this is the gear he is using:
    Attached Thumbnails Folding QI stand I like-screenshot_20181008-105132.jpeg  
    11-23-18 10:24 PM

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