How does FLI Charge’s conductive power transfer work?

Conductive Power transfer occurs when two conductive objects, like metal, make contact.  Electrical current flows freely between the two conductors while electrical current is present. FLI Charge pads are connected to a power source that sends electrical current to the conductive surface of the pads. FLI Charge-enabled mobile devices have a FLImod that is directly tied into the device's’ power source. When the FLImod makes contact with the surface of the pad, power is transferred from the pad, through the FLImod, to the mobile device.