Bringing Safe Wireless Products to Market

Expertise for Keeping Wireless Charging Safe

Regulatory bodies and governments have set guidelines to ensure wireless charging is safe, and meeting safety regulations is a critical part of bringing your product to market. Planning for regulatory compliance should be a core part of your entire product development process. When thinking about regulatory compliance, you must consider:

Safety to Living Things

Regional authorities (like FCC in the United States) set limits on electromagnetic fields and how they interact with the human body. All wireless products must meet these safety standards and regulatory standards to receive authorization to be sold. 

Safety to Objects

Wirelessly-charged products must also meet regulatory requirements for their interaction with objects. For instance, a charger cannot heat up metal objects like keys or coins, and they can’t interfere with other components of the larger electronics ecosystem.

AirFuel members can also get the benefits of our extensive network of consultants and other experts to guide you through this process and get the certifications you need to bring your product to market successfully.

To find out more about more wireless safety standards, read our in-depth blog post, Is Wireless Power Safe?

Learn More About Regulatory Requirements

Is Wireless Power Safe?

In this post we answer questions related to the safety of wireless power systems and RF exposure, such as “Is wireless power safe?”

Step by Step: Preparing Your Product For EMF Safety

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How to Keep Wireless Power Transfer Safe

In this webinar, Dr. Eric van Rongen, chairman of ICNIRP, presents new guidelines for exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields, their biological background and relevance to wireless power transfer, and answers questions on wireless power safety.