Bye bye cable, hello induction.
The spirit of development and the art of engineering – that’s what moll has stood for at least since its invention of the height-adjustable children’s desk in 1974. Since then, moll has repeatedly realized new innovative ideas and brought them to market.
The latest coup was achieved by the in-house development department with the QI charger for the models moll T7, moll T5 and moll Champion.
Everyday life in the digital age is determined by a number of smart helpers – both in professional and private life. However, they only develop their capabilities when charged and all too often the nearest power supply is out of sight or can only be reached by meter-long cables. To solve this problem in an elegant way is the declared goal of moll through the integration of the QI charger in the tabletop. Gone are the days when different devices needed their own cables for charging. No more cable fumbling. The optional QI Charger makes “invisible” wireless charging via induction of electronic devices possible.
The QI charger can be easily integrated into the tabletop. To do this, it is mounted in the pre-installed device in the tabletop and plugged into the power supply. As soon as a device is placed on the charger, it transmits the power through the tabletop and the device starts charging. For the smartphone to charge wirelessly, it must be placed directly on the charging station. The reason for this is that the coils in the smartphone and the charger must be directly on top of each other. However, this only works if the smartphone is close enough to the charger. There must not be more than three millimeters between the charger and the smartphone. As soon as the device is charged, the transmitter and receiver switch to standby mode. This results in the great advantage that the QI charging station only transmits activated energy when there is a compatible device on the charging station that requires energy.
Meanwhile, more and more phones support the QI standard for wireless charging. You can find the list of current QI-enabled cell phones here.