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INDUCTION, eccles. law. The giving a clerk, instituted to a benefice, the actual possession of its temporalties, in the nature of livery of seisin. Ayl. Parerg. 299.

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Relationship of crop production on claypan soils to electromagnetic induction measurements.
STMicroelectronics has unveiled the STWBC digital controller for wireless battery charger (WBC) transmitters that aims to control power transfer from a WBC transmitter (TX) to a receiver (RX) in WBC-enabled phones, wearable devices, and other battery-powered gadgets using electromagnetic induction for re-charge.
The internal device is powered from the outside by wireless power transfer, more specifically by electromagnetic induction.
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It uses electromagnetic induction to charge the car's battery - an induction coil in the charging pad creates an alternating electromagnetic field, which then induces the flux in the second coil that is in the car.
Electromagnetic induction where energy transfers from one wire into another.
Electromagnetic induction where power transfers from one cable right into another.
RocTool is using this approach to educate the market to the benefits of Heat/Cool (or "Variotherm") injection molding using the firm's electromagnetic induction heating coils and its new high-performance cooling units (see March Keeping Up).
A gyro sensor is used to measure the eyelids' tilt and it uses electromagnetic induction to receive power.
It was Michael Faraday, the self-taught, bookbinder-turned-scientist, who discovered the generation of electricity by a process called electromagnetic induction in 1831 - by accident; it is this basic method that is still used today in any electricity generator, be it hydroelectric, nuclear, thermal, wind or tidal, despite it has a history of over 185 years.
Toshiba's new electromagnetic induction transmitter IC integrates a full-bridge gate driver, a low-dropout (LDO) regulator with a 3.
As a result of these transactions, LCMD will have rights to market and sell the BioFusionary Bebe a non-invasive system that uses electromagnetic induction to generate and deliver focused energy to the collagen-rich dermis and subcutaneous tissues.

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