Cota - amazing wireless charging for mobile devices
Mankind has long been dreaming about how to get rid of pesky wire reel stands for their gadgets. Scientists offer a variety of technologies for the realization of this idea, but for now the market very few proposals really attractive for consumers. The charging station Cota, designed Ossia engineers - one of these devices. The first news about it appeared in the summer of last year, but now the manufacturer assures us that it finally has to go on sale in early 2017. And until that happens, we suggest you to watch a video explaining the principle of the unusual wireless charging.
Cota consists of a transmitter and receiver. At the moment, the receiver is designed as a cover for your smartphone, but in the future receivers can be embedded directly in the body of gadgets, there is a will on the part of manufacturers. Additionally you have to install on the smartphone official app Ossia, allowing to control the settings of the wireless system and always be aware of how the charging of each individual device.
The transmitter looks like a small tower like the Apple Mac Pro, inside of which are hidden from our eyes hundreds of unidirectional antennas. The system monitors the surrounding area for the presence of signals from mobile device (as it emits short signals to facilitate detection), and when it finds it, it starts to send radio waves with a frequency of 100 times per second. You can walk around the room with her smartphone in hand, and in doing so he will still be recharged. The charging process is running at a distance of 9 meters from the transmitter. The walls in this case may be a serious obstacle for charging.
The charging station is able to simultaneously recharge Cota up to 32 different devices simultaneously. This includes not only tablets and smartphones, but also remote controls, cameras, which will be used special batteries, also developed Ossia engineers. these batteries without any problems recharged through the air right inside your gadgets. In the sale of a miracle-go charging in the first quarter of 2017. About its value, and optional accessories is not reported.