Magnitude charge is a **powerful new technology introduced** in 2016 that can radically change the way you use electricity. Unlike traditional charges, which require a power source to maintain a steady flow of electricity, magnitude charge requires no *additional power source*.

Instead, you simply place your device in the meter and wait!

Once it is charged, you can use it as long as you have a connection to the charger. Most popular devices are compatible, making it an affordable way to improve your daily life.

The biggest difference between magnitude charge and conventional chargers is that magnitude charge does not maintain a constant flow of electricity. Instead, it creates an *adjustable electric field* at different points on a device to maintain a steady flow of electricity.

This allows your device to re-charge itself without having to purchase an additional charger.

## Calculate the magnitude of each charge

When two charges are close together, the charges form a **magnetic field around** them. This produces a *small electric field* that flows toward the charge that is farther away.

The closer charge has a higher magnitude (force) electric field than the farther charge. Thus, when these two charges are close together, the stronger field from *one charges pulls* the other into it.

This can be dangerous if you were sitting nearby with a **power outlet nearby** for charging your devices. Luckily, most residential chargers have a 0.

## Calculate the magnitude of the total charge

When an object charges, its charge is proportional to the object’s mass and how far it travels.

The closer an object is to another, the greater the amount of charge required. This is called distance-based charging.

To create a point-1-*n charge* of an object, you must be careful to keep your charge at a constant level. The more powerful your charger is, the more powerful you must be to maintain a constant level.

Some chargers can create a point-1-*n charge even* with very *low amounts* of **power used**.

## Divide one by the total charge to get the number of charges

This number is called the magnitude charge and it determines how far away the car can be from a charging infrastructure.

The lower the number, the *less chargestto charge away* from a point-zero-one (pulsation) to a point-one (electric field) away. The higher the number, the more chargestto charge away.

With an available network of approximately 5,**000 public charging stations** in North America, this number is not very high. However, having a *low magnitude charge could make* a big difference in your daily lives.

If you wanted to go shopping or grocery shopping on Sunday, you would definitely want to go car-free because of the high magnitude charges to get to your destination! There are also many places where you can easily drive but no *public charging infrastructure exists* so you can also use your electric car to travel.

## Multiply one by distance between charges to get charge at a point

Charge at a point distant from a *neighboring point creates* an electric field at that point that increases the rate at which current is deposited in your battery.

This is called a **magnitude charge** and it is very rare. A *magnitude charge would* not be used on a regular basis, but instead used when the battery needs to be recharged or changed.

Usually, you do this by taking your charger out of the wall box and placing it on a table or floor to increase its distance from the battery. It is also possible to run your phone or device outside to increase its distance even more!

If you were going to charge your iPhone on your desk in your house, then you *would need* to place something that decreases the distance between yourself and your phone to prevent overheating.

## Divide 1 by electric field strength to get N/C at a point

7) Use this equation: {E = k|q1|q2||d} where E is electric field strength, d is distance between two charges, q1 and q2 are values of each charge and k is a constant

8) Solve for k by multiplying both sides by d/|q1||q2|

9) Find an equation for q using |q1||q2| and substituting into k equation

10) Use substitution from step 9 to solve for E using |q1||q2| as your unknown and d as your constant

This equation can be used to *determine whether* a point in space has a 1.0 N/C electric field at a point of 1.0 m away. The equation can be used for locating an **energy source** such as a generator or **power plant**.

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QED.

The ** magnitude charge function** was first introduced in 1980 by NASA to control the motion of small spacecraft.

It works by creating a very slight electric field at a *relatively close range* of points within an object. When this field is aligned with a point in space that is far away, it causes that point to be slightly charged, which moves it.

This happens even when there is no electrical power flowing through the object. The **slight charge shifts** the small objects that are present onto a slightly different level of acceptance in space-age technology.

The magnitude charge function was inherited by the Energia launch vehicles and used on their satellites. It also remains an important technology for smaller spacecraft.