12V Batteryless Charging System Patent Guide
Patents have been obtained in Japan and the United States for the device that supplies power to a time-coordinated charging system that is close to 100% and the battery knock-on. The Japanese registration number is "Patent No. 6896357" and the US registration number is "11715969".
See below for technical details.
"Ingenuity to supply power to the cooperative charging system for nearly 100% of the time"
"Battery Wake Up"
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