Maxic MT581X MPP Wireless Charging Module Qualified Qi 2.0 Certification

  • Release Date2024-03-14

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With the launch of Qi 2.0 standard, charging power has risen to 15W, sparking renewed interest in the wireless charging market. This year will witness the launch of more Qi 2.0 products, offering faster charging speeds, improved efficiency, and enhanced convenience.

Maxic’s another 15W MPP wireless charging module, MT581X qualified Qi 2.0 certification with a Qi certification ID of 14844 and a 15W Qi wireless charging power level.


The MT581X MPP magnetic wireless charging module is a wireless charging transmitter compliant with the WPC Qi 2.0 MPP protocol. It supports both 5W BPP and 15W MPP, as well as proprietary protocols.


MT581X MPP module Demo board

Maxic’s MT581X wireless charging transmitter chip supports USB-PD, QC 2.0/3.0, and other fast charging protocols. Capable of delivering up to 100W output power, it supports Qi2.0 standard and other proprietary protocols. Embedded with an ARM Cortex-M0 processor, MT581X has the advantages of exceptional efficiency and a compact form factor, offering ample scope for robust, standalone secondary development.

Product Features

·       Supports 3.8V~24V input voltage and 100W output

·       Embedded with ARM Cortex-M0 processor, 4K SRAM and 64KB FLASH

·       Supports USB-PD protocol and QC2.0/3.0, SCP, FCP, and so on

·       Compliant with Qi2.0 (EPP15W, MPP15W), the chip supports Proprietary protocols

·       Integrates 3 pairs of N-channel MOSFET

·       Incorporates HV Buck converter to reduce Tx's power dissipation at high input

·       Integrates 3.3V LDO and 5V LDO for internal and I/O power supply

·       Two VDD_IO pins for flexible I/O levels

·       16-channel dedicated DSP for voltage and current mode demodulation

·       Designed with various protections: over-voltage protection (OVP), over-current protection (OCP), over-temperature protection (OTP), and input under-voltage protection(UVP)

MT581X offers strong scalability and customizable configurations, employs highly integrated embedded SoC architecture and flexible interface design. It is suitable for various low-cost, low-power applications and can be widely used in wireless charging devices for 5G smart terminals, wearable devices, smart homes, IoT, and smart appliances. 

In 2024, there will be more wireless charging products compliant with Qi 2.0 protocol launched. Maxic strives to provide comprehensive wireless charging chip solutions for customers.