Anker 313 Wireless Charger (Stand)
An Effortless Charging Experience
Simply place your phone or other Qi-enabled device on the stand and PowerWave will do the rest.
Optimized Wireless Charging
PowerWave automatically switches between 10W and 5W charging modes depending on the power needs of your device, ensuring optimized charging to Qi-enabled devices including iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, and more.
Our exclusive MultiProtect safety system is equipped with foreign object detection, short circuit protection, temperature control and more, so you can experience Qi-certified (Qi ID: 4519) wireless charging with total peace of mind.
Charging to Suit You
Watch videos or movies while charging horizontally, or switch to vertical charging for messaging and facial recognition.
Model Number: A2524
Anker 313 Wireless Charger (Stand)
The Optimized Wireless Charging Stand
Twin charging coils let you watch videos in landscape orientation, or stand in portrait mode for web browsing and facial recognition—all while keeping the power flowing.
Just in Case
Don’t worry about taking your case off whenever you have to charge. PowerWave delivers charging power directly through cases up to 5 mm thick—including OtterBox cases.
Input: 5V-2A / 9V-2A
Output: 5W / 10W
10W Fast Charge Mode: (Using Quick Charge 2.0/3.0 Adapter)
• Samsung Galaxy S20 / S10 / S9+ / S9 / S8 / S8+ / S7 edge / S7 / S6 edge+
• Samsung Note 10 / Note 9 / Note 8 / Note 7
5W Standard Charge Mode: (Using 5V/2A Adapter)
• iPhone 12 / 12 Mini / 12 Pro Max / SE (2020) / 11/ 11 Pro / 11 Pro Max / XS Max / XR / XS / X / 8 / 8 Plus
• All other Qi-enabled phones and devices
• Pixel 3 / Pixel 3XL (The phone's screen will display the message: Charging slowly).
This wireless charger does not feature MagSafe-style magnetic alignment, and therefore cannot charge the iPhone 13 and 12 series magnetically.
Does not support vertical charging for iPhone 13 mini and 12 mini.
Do not use Apple's 5V / 1A stock charger or a computer's USB port to power your wireless charger.
Place your phone on the center of the PowerWave Stand to ensure stable charging.
Cases made of metal and attachments such as magnets, cards, and grips will interfere with charging—including OtterBox defender cases.
Quick Charge 2.0/3.0 wall adapter required for Fast Charge Mode.
Will this PowerWave Stand charge iPhone XS Max / XS / XR / X / 8 / 8 Plus at full speed?
No. PowerWave Stand only charges these devices using a 5W standard current.
Does this charger produce excessive heat?
PowerWave Stand's temperature should not exceed 104°F (40°C).
Does wireless charging interfere with other wireless devices?
No. Wireless chargers use frequencies between 110-205kHz, a different range from most other wireless devices.
Does wireless charging generate harmful radiation?
PowerWave Stand chargers come with comprehensive safety features and full official certification for safe use.
How does PowerWave Stand's performance compare to that of a standard wired charger?
Results may vary depending on your device, but wireless charging is generally slower than traditional wired charging.
The World's No. 1 Mobile Charging Brand*
200 Million+ Products Sold Worldwide
Available in 146 Countries
10 Years of Innovation
Pioneer in Charging Technology for 10 Years
- *In terms of retail sales value in 2020.
- Data source: Euromonitor International (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., measured in terms of retail sales value in 2020, based on research conducted in 11-2021. Brands are defined as mobile charging brands if more than 75% of their retail sales are contributed by mobile phone charging products. Mobile phone charging products include chargers, wireless chargers, power banks, and charging cables, and these accessories can also be used for other consumer electronics devices.
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Qi chargers have been around long enough to where I thought that one cannot still buy one that charges so slowly that it is pointless, but these ones are just that - another useless piece of hardware. And I bought two of them!
And just in case someone is about the blame the actual power supply - I tried literally 7 different power supplies, all quality ones, all with enough power, and no, I did not try to charge though the case. It does charge, but try keeping the screen on, and it'll actually lose power. This was with Google Pixel 5.