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Korean Hyundai Wireless Charging Car Influence Ferrite Core Being Hot Material

Category : Industry News     Date : 05/05/2023

Since the beginning of this year, the "Tesla" storm has occasionally swept the global capital market, and the hype surrounding the concept of electric vehicles has also been on the rise. Recently, according to overseas media reports, Hyundai Motors of South Korea has developed a new car that can wirelessly charge smartphones, which will be released in October, undoubtedly reigniting the hype for "wireless charging". Analysts say that the magnetic induction wireless charger developed by Hyundai in South Korea, equipped with a subsequent model of "Lawrence", is expected to open up a new market for wireless charging; The chip on the receiver of this device adopts IT products, and Mingci Company will provide the core accessory of ferrite magnetic core; It is expected that the pursuit of ferrite cores in overseas markets will take advantage of this trend and spread to the domestic market.
According to overseas media reports, the new car developed by Hyundai Motors in South Korea that can wirelessly charge smartphones has entered the final testing stage; In the future, Hyundai is expected to use ordinary smartphone users as a breakthrough point to open up a new market for wireless charging.
It is understood that this new model of Hyundai Motors is equipped with a magnetic induction wireless charger from the "Lawns" follow-up model. The chip on the receiver of this device uses IT products, while TODA-ISU and SAMWHA companies in South Korea will provide the core accessory of ferrite cores.
It is reported that the technology used for the magnetic induction charger is the "A6" type technology that has passed the "Qi" certification in WPC, and modern cars are temporarily adopting this standard. The A6 standard is equipped with 6 ferrite cores, which is the most suitable for automobiles.
Analysts say that developing wireless charger technology for smartphones equipped in cars will be a starting point for the popularization of the wireless charging market. At present, the price of wireless chargers for general purposes is too high, and consumers prioritize purchasing cars equipped with wireless chargers. After manufacturers increase the production capacity of finished products and accessories, the price of wireless chargers will decrease.
In fact, there are numerous technologies on the market that can help electric vehicles kick fuel powered cars out of the competition. One is induction charging, which allows devices to charge without physically connecting to a power source. The second is lithium-air batteries, a highly promising technology currently being developed by IBM and other companies, which can handle the energy density of a fuel tank. The third is supercapacitors, which will replace batteries and have been applied in commercial vehicles.