inductive charge

inductive charge

[in′dək·tiv ′chärj]
(electricity)
The charge that exists on an object as a result of its being near another charged object.
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With the Audi phone box, for instance, drivers can pair their phones with the onboard infotainment system, and get a wireless inductive charge to boot.
The company will further develop models with the so-called inductive charge a without cables to connect the vehicle with the charging stations.
The Sunrise is powered by Solectria's AC induction drive system, incorporates an inductive charge port and an on-board 1.