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Join Us at CES 2018!

Posted by David Meng on December 8, 2017
Join us at these locations to see a world of wireless power
solutions at your fingertips
Renaissance Hospitality Suites | SUITE #432
Adjacent to the South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center
AirFuel Alliance Booth | BOOTH #40140
Sands Expo Convention Center
ON Semiconductor Exhibitor Suite | SUITE: MURANO 3302
Sands Expo Convention Center Hospitality Suites

Act now to arrange your meeting & private demos
Come meet us and learn hands-on about our mission to change wireless power delivery for the future. Schedule a meeting with us to see demonstrations of our products and learn about how we are transforming the way users wirelessly charge their devices in the consumer, medical and automotive industries.
PowerSphyr Inc. 4115 Blackhawk Plaza Circle, Suite 100 Danville CA 94506 USA


Topics: Wireless charging, SkyCurrent, Wireless power, Wireless power delivery, ces

Having It Both Ways: Near-Field And Far-Field Wireless Power

Posted by Neil Ganz on January 18, 2017

At the recent Wireless Power Summit in Seattle, there was a lot of buzz about whether it was possible to combine near-field and far-field technologies into a single solution to deliver wireless power to battery-operated electronic devices. 

As it turns out, the answer is absolutely yes – and most of the industry didn’t see it coming. 

We know it can be done because that’s the news we broke today and at the Summit. We’ve overcome the technical hurdles to do what many never thought possible. We’re able to deliver a rapid charge with near-field and a slower, trickle charge via far-field – all in the same unit and without a cord or cable. 

The impact of this technical breakthrough has the potential to change the wireless power industry as we know it today. 


Topics: SkyCurrent, Wireless power delivery

The Consumer Has Spoken: Recharging Devices With Cables or Wires Is A Hassle

Posted by David Meng on January 5, 2017

Consumers believe that charging wireless devices with a cord or cable remains a real inconvenience, but they also believe help may be on the way soon. According to the latest independent consumer survey conducted by the AirFuel™ Alliance, 93% of consumers say that the technology to wirelessly charge devices will be a reality in the next three years. (Please click here to download the survey).

In fact, that solution - PowerSphyr's next-generation wireless charging system called SkyCurrent - is coming to market later this year, but more on that later. 


Topics: Wireless charging, Wireless power


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