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110 v to inductive charing converters


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Written on: 29 February 2012 [20:38]
Galanty
registered since: 29.02.2012
Posts: 1
I have a 2006 Zap Xebra, and have limited access to 110v public charging.

There are a lot of public inductive chargers and the new RJ's are being installed.

Is there a converter that would plug into my vehicle and allow me to plug the inductive charger or Rj chargers into my car to charge it?

Thanks,

Mark



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