fliCharge International Ltd. (fliCharge), which designs, manufactures and markets the patented wire-free conductive charging technology, has partnered with MITO Corp. to sell and distribute the fliCharge wire-free conductive charging technologies to its domestic and international customer base.
“We have been searching for a true wire-free charging platform that can provide cost effective, powerful and highly efficient charging across multiple devices for today’s connected and mobile consumers,” said Marvin Metzler, CEO of MITO, in a press release. “To that end, we are excited to introduce the fliCharge products to our recreational vehicle customers at our MITO Show, March 31-April 2 at the Elkhart, Ind., Convention Center.”
Established in 1974 and located in Elkhart, MITO is a leading distributor of high technology electronics to the transportation industry including recreational vehicle, specialty vehicle, emergency vehicle, marine and automotive after-markets.
According to a release, fliCharge’s wireless charging technology is cost-effective and safe and has industry-leading pad-to-device charging efficiencies of 100%. The technology can simultaneously charge multiple devices on the same charging pad, regardless of their respective power requirements or position on the pad. Products using the fliCharge technology for charging smart phones, tablets and other similar devices are currently available for use in homes and in several cars, mini-vans and pickups from Chrysler, Toyota and Ford. In addition, office and educational products using the fliCharge technology are currently under development.
“We are eager to work with MITO to deliver innovative wire-free charging solutions to MITO’s customers,” said Randall P. Marx, CEO of fliCharge. “We are encouraged with our recent progress with charging solutions for vehicles from Chrysler, Toyota and Ford and see our work with MITO in the aftermarket as extremely complementary.  Furthermore, the flexibility of our existing technology and our recent development of patented high power products are anticipated to open new opportunities with recreational, specialty and emergency vehicles.”