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.
In January 1995, the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) adopted the Recommended Practice For EV Inductive Charge Coupling (J1773), making inductive the world's first, and currently the only, recognized EV charging practice.
Charging can be done anywhere just by setting the phone down, inductive charges will be in restaurants, kiosks, tables, night stands, hotels, airports, and public places.