I am also worried about this issue man :-( and i don't think this technology will gonna work in pkWireless charging or wired charging, we need electricity for that. My brother told me that the power crises in Karachi has become a serious issue already and we haven't even entered June yet. Bijli nahe hogi tu koi bhi cheez charge kaisay hoge mairay bhaiyon?
phi = BA :P..
e=- d(phi)/dt where e is the emf..
so if you have a magnetic field and another magnetic field cuts through it electrons move due to the force created by the interaction of the magnetic fileds :P.. if ur in alevels you are bound to know this..
show this to your desi fellers and they'll be like' china ka set waqaye maia acha hota hai'
Cool cell phone..........
man this wireless charging would be awesome for handheld consoles.....they should think onto that!
i read the article here man@ hasanj who told you this cOncePt????
Man both Primary and Secondary windings lies on same platform......and mostly these windings are used on Supplies to convert those AC in to Low Dc. you cannot put one winding on charger and other on brush....the brush starts charging when it was shorted with the Charger, which means when you place the brush on Charger stand then its connection completed ,through which the brush Charges.
the thing ur taking about iz the basic implementation of Magnetic Induction like Step Up and Down Transformers
this idea iz not restricted to a few specific devices
doesnt ur brush fit on its Stand in one place?Dude, I understand induction but doesn't that mean rather precise placements?
this also shows how ur brush charges WITHOUT Physical electrical contacts between Brush and Stand
Last edited by hasanJ; 14-05-09 at 08:04 PM.
read tht article on teh link ive postedThat's what I said. For the toothbrush, it makes sense. But a free positioned mobile, that theory doesn't apply. No?
its shows about a research by Students of MIT to make Magnetic Induction possible over long ranges
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