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About Wi-Charge

Wi Charge is harnessing the laws of physics by allowing wireless electricity transfer from a distance. The company is powering devices such as shelf cameras, digital shelf displays and shopping carts from a distance, eliminating the need for batteries are cabling.

Headquarters Location

2 Pekeris St.

Rehovot, 76702,



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Wi-Charge's Products & Differentiators


    Wireless power transmitter (30ft. range)

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Wi-Charge Patents

Wi-Charge has filed 39 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Wireless energy transfer
  • Energy development
  • Hearing aids
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Wireless energy transfer, Hearing aids, Hearing aid manufacturers, Electric power conversion, Laser gain media


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Wireless energy transfer, Hearing aids, Hearing aid manufacturers, Electric power conversion, Laser gain media



Latest Wi-Charge News

Startup Expands Wireless Charging To Commercial Video Screens

May 28, 2023

An illustrative image depicting Wi-Charge's future capabilities. Its power receivers can currently be embedded into - and charge -electronic displays, electric toothbrushes, game controllers, smart faucets, smart locks, and more. Courtesy A company that develops chip-sized receivers to wirelessly charge devices has expanded its tech offering to a new, seven-inch video display for commercial use. Wi-Charge ’s chip charges the device into which it is embedded by absorbing infrared rays from a ceiling-mounted transmitter, which it converts back into electricity. The ceiling-mounted transmitter is also developed by Wi-Charge. The over-the-air charging technolog y can charge devices in a 30ft-range, eliminating the inconvenience of cables and batteries. It is already being used to power smart door locks and electronic advertising displays in retail stores in the US, Canada, Brazil, and Israel. The Wi-Spot electronic screens are placed on store shelves, pallet displays, restaurant tables, checkout queues, and refrigerator aisle doors to deliver targeted ads, promotions and interactive messages. “As the leader in over-the-air charging, Wi-Charge continues to push the performance envelope for delivering power-over-distance to a wide range of devices,” said Ori Mor, co-founder and Chief Business Officer of Wi-Charge. “We are very proud of the new 7 inch Wi-Spot display. Its unique capabilities are already empowering retailers, CPGs [consumer packaged goods], and other businesses to deliver impactful messages to their customers at the most important moment in their buying decision, something that was never possible due to power access limitations.” Wi-Charge was founded in 2010, and is based in Rehovot in central Israel. Subscribe to NoCamels weekly newsletter and get our top stories

Wi-Charge Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Wi-Charge founded?

    Wi-Charge was founded in 2011.

  • Where is Wi-Charge's headquarters?

    Wi-Charge's headquarters is located at 2 Pekeris St., Rehovot.

  • What is Wi-Charge's latest funding round?

    Wi-Charge's latest funding round is Unattributed.

  • How much did Wi-Charge raise?

    Wi-Charge raised a total of $21M.

  • Who are the investors of Wi-Charge?

    Investors of Wi-Charge include EIC Accelerator , European Innovation Council, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Terra Venture Partners and Champel Capital.

  • Who are Wi-Charge's competitors?

    Competitors of Wi-Charge include Ossia and 3 more.

  • What products does Wi-Charge offer?

    Wi-Charge's products include R1 and 4 more.

  • Who are Wi-Charge's customers?

    Customers of Wi-Charge include Glass Media and Charter House Innovations.

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