Yes, I think so - it might not be terribly heavy, but you have to have a
receiving antenna/transformer coil in the car. My wirelessly charging
electric toothbrush gets warm while on the charger - there are losses in
this system that could be significant for the amount of current required to
charge a car.

On Mon, Jun 1, 2015 at 5:10 PM, WILTON via Mercedes <>

> How dey gonna do dat?  Lemme be quick to admit that my thoughts on the
> subject are stuck on my 1950's to '80's engineering training.  Isn't the
> car gonna need a secondary transformer coil mounted on its underside, with
> it's weight to haul around ALL the time, or are there modern electronic
> devices that can do dat sans the weight (well, much less weight, anyway)?
> Wilton

OK Don

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