Wireless charging at RHTC!

Powermat wireless charging is an exciting technology that allows you to charge your smartphone wirelessly! Enabled Smartphones can be charged by placing the device on the Charging Spots in 3 locations - outside Woolworths, outside Optus & outside Target.
 
How does it work?
Step 1. Download the Powermat app to start charging your phone
Step 2. Place your phone on the Charging Spot and Tap to charge!

View compatible smartphones HERE.
 
FAQs
Q: How does wireless charging work?
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Powermat uses electromagnetic induction to transfer energy between a transmitter (Powermat Charging Spot) and receiver (phone with embedded wireless charging or Powermat Ring). Inductive charging has been around for decades. It is commonly used for charging electric toothbrushes and other small electronics. Inductive charging capacity has since increased, and we are now able to charge smartphones and tablets. In the near future we will also be able to charge laptops. This technology is very efficient and safe compared to regular wires in traditional power cables.
Q: How long will wireless charging take to charge my phone?
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A: Wireless charging should charge your phone at approximately the same rate as your regular charging cable does.
Q: Why do I need the app to charge?
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A: The Powermat app enables customer to open the Charging Spots and start their charging session. The Powermat app also works as customer guide in the world of wireless charging. It makes the Powermat setup easy and reveals all the Powermat locations available to you when you’re out and about. The app also provides personalized offers and discounts from your favorite brands.
Q: Is it possible to charge tablets on Powermat wireless charging spots?
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A: Yes, for tablets with built in Qi such as the Google Nexus 7 and it is possible to charge Apple iPad mini products with Powermat. 
Q: Can I charge multiple devices at the same time on one Powermat wireless charger?
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A: Powermat transmitters support the Qi standard from Wireless Power consortium (WPC). According to Qi specification only one device/receiver can be charged on one Qi compatible transmitter coil at any given time.