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heres something which is interesting and what we can talk about, read it on a website today.

"Singapore smartphone company, MWg, has reportedly announced that later this year it will be launching handsets which do not require cables to charge up. Using inductive charging, the devices need only be placed next to the charging device for a period of time, and the battery power inside the phone will be replenished.

This method of charging completely eliminates the need for cables.

Inductive charging uses electromagnetic induction to transfer energy between two devices. The charger station uses a coil of insulated copper wire to create an electromagnetic field with alternating polarity. A similar coil inside the portable device converts power from that electromagnetic field back into electrical current which charges the device's battery.

Examples of inductive charging can already be found in many electric toothbrushes and wireless headphones."

how far will this technology go in years to come?
 
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W

wayne

radio waves !!!! ha never catch on ,what next pictures
tessla used to have a magnetic loop in his lab and it was used to power lamps bit like a flourescent under a pylon
 
R

rumrunner

Hi,
indead Tesla had it all worked out for power transmission without wires ,westinghouse hold the patents ,which you can find on line ,the copper producers and cable manufacterurs scupperd him ,i wonder why? crabtree have a domestic wireless system in development at present,so i suppose electricians will be trashed in the end
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B

Bane

wireless electricity. Already a possibility apparently
Can't remember where I read something along those lines too cirrus.
Looks like I'll have to look into AC with you Luke!!!

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