Originally Posted by poqeteer
Makes me kinda wonder if there is a limiting factor in the phone itself? Don't know much about the process but it would seem strange to me that the amount to charge would really be a gating factor on how much the output of the charger would be...
Unless there's a limiter placed on the connectors for inductive charging I don't see it being a device related limitation. My thought is either Nokia oversold the output current on the charger, because of my case I'm seeing a 110mah drop in inductive charging, the receiver I put in the phone was oversold (saying it's 1000ma, but really only 640) or the app I used to measure the current is wrong.
With Actionx1 getting in the 1000ma receiver, we'll be able to eliminate the receiver as the potential culprit. When I get home tonight I'll attempt to charge without the case to see if that makes any difference.
Either way though this is just an exercise in curiosity for me. I'm happy as a clam only paying about $19 for each of the charging pads and they work great.