Microduino-Module BM WirelessPower

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Microduino Module BM WirelessPower is a wireless energy receiver which meets the Qi v1.0 communication protocol, and it supports 5V output and LDO 3.3V output.


  • Meets the QI wireless charging protocol;
  • Supports 5V and 3.3V power supply output;
  • Small, cheap, stackable and open;
  • With the unified Microduino interface specification and abundant periphery modules, which make it can be quickly extended and connected with other modules and sensors which meet the Microduino interface specification, conveniently and flexibly;
  • With 2.54-spacing female header interface, which is convenient for the integration to the pegboard;


  • BQ51013A chip
    • Portable integrated advanced receiver IC which uses wireless power to transmit;
    • Provides AC/DC power conversion, and 93% overall peak AC-DC efficiency;
    • Meets Qi v1.0 communication protocol standard;
    • Integrates a low impedance fully synchronous rectifier, low dropout voltage regulator, digital control and accurate voltage and current loop;
    • Adopts low resistance NMOS FET technology to ensure efficiency and low power dissipation;

Introduction of pins


Power Supply

  • When the Microduino Module BM WirelessPower is connected, and it is in the receiving energy state, 5v provides 800ma electrical output, and 3.3v provides 600ma electrical output.


PCB File:Battery Mange.rar

Main Component


  • You need to prepare your own transmitter meeting QI wireless charging, and connect to the power supply;
  • Put the loops of Microduino Module BM WirelessPower and the loops of the transmitter together;


  • Supply power to Microduino core through wireless



Micrmodule BM Front
Micrmodule BM Back