Electric Toothbrush Charger

New Website Discovered To Turn Ordinary Chargers Into Electric Toothbrush Chargers

Most of the small electronic gadgets we use in our homes, such as cell phones and MP3 players, are powered using less than 10% of the voltage used by things like vacuum cleaners and clothes washers. This is because we use transformers to “step down” the household voltage so it can power the electronics without exploding. Inside chargers for these appliances are simple transformers made up of coils of wire that change the high voltage to a much lower one. The current then flows from the charger into your battery, completing the circuit. Inside a transformer is an iron core with two coils of wire around it.

Learn the basics of inductive chargers

So far so good—however, what happens when an electric toothbrush doesn’t have a power cord? When you stand the toothbrush on its charger, how does the electricity flow from the plastic-coated base into the battery inside of it? The answer is that somebody clever disguised this transformer as two pieces: one in the charger base and one in the bottom of the toothbrush. The primary coil is in the charger base and it has an iron peg on top of it wrapped by plastic. The secondary coil is in the base of your brush which you stand on top of that same iron peg. What’s this peg for? It isn’t just to stop your brush from wobbling about: This is because it serves as a core that links both coils together electromagnetically. When your brush is sitting on top of that iron peg, you have an entire transformer that works by electromagnetic induction: energy flows from the coil in base to an iron peg linking them to the coil in your brush where they are hooked up to a rechargeable battery within.

Wireless Charger Guide

There is no need for any connection with the transmitter, receivers can charge at a distance, and it works as effectively as other induction chargers. The wireless power is delivered to the receiver wirelessly through technology called “Cota” which uses 2.4 GHz radio waves.

Electricity for toothbrushes

Although chargers deliver a more efficient and convenient option to wired options, they are not without drawbacks. Whereas wired chargers can only support charging for one device at once and devices must be in close proximity to the charger, wireless charge pads allow for charging over a distance of 1 meter (3 feet). Unlike an induction mat, WiTricity’s station transmits power to receiver coils that resonate with the same frequency as transmitting coils. This encourages only coupled devices to charge without interfering with nearby electrical devices.

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What’s this peg It isn’t just to stop your brush from wobbling about: This is because it serves as a core that links both coils together electromagnetically. When your brush is sitting on top of that iron peg, you have an entire transformer that w

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