Inductive Charging - definition
Inductive charging is easily described by the term wireless charging which we are all familiar with. It is nothing but transferring power wirelessly without having any wired connection in between the source and the consuming side. The process gets done by the electromagnetic field. To obtain power from an electromagnetic field, the consuming device must have an inductive coil to cut a certain amount of flux. Both the device and transmitter have inductive coil because to transfer power wirelessly the power has to be AC (Alternating Current), which is rectified to DC and filtered properly to charge the mobile device. Please don’t get confused with Qi Wireless charging and Induction charging, in the core, both follow the same method to transfer the power. i.e.: iPhone 13 Pro Max comes with a Magsafe feature that is meant for wireless charging.