In order to get access to FreePower, you will need to work with a FreePower Pro. These professionals have been trained on how to fabricate the stone and install our product. If you are an industry professional and want to get certified by our team, we offer webinars and comprehensive training materials so you can learn how to design with FreePower!
FreePower is embedded into countertops during fabrication, and the process is as straightforward as cutting a sink. Our proprietary mounting system allows for quick and easy installation and removal.
The charging halo is a glowing ring of light that is projected through the countertop stone. It is used to illuminate the active charging zone, showing users where to place their devices.
Yes! The FreePower app gives users full control of the halo’s brightness, colors, and more. You can find the app on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
FreePower can be embedded into many different materials, including engineered stone, natural stone, and wood. However, we recommend using translucent quartz for its perfect combination of durability and translucency. To learn more about stone translucency, visit our Stone Selection Guide.
Fabricators go through a simple training and evlaution process to get certified. FreePower offers comprehensive training materials and support during and after the certificaiton process. To get certified, fill out the application form here.
FreePower is designed to elevate every type of surface. This includes surfaces through homes, commercial spaces, restaurants, hotels, and so much more!
FreePower can charge any Qi-enabled device, including those from Apple, Samsung and Google.
Our intelligent management algorithm will only deliver power to chargeable devices. Other objects, like keys, pens, or accessories, can be placed on the surface without causing an issue.
FreePower simply plugs right into a standard 110V outlet with a power supply similar to that used for laptops. It's maximum power draw is 65W.
Yes! FreePower can be integrated into essentially any surface and the process is similar to that of integrating into stone. All you need is a nearby power outlet!