- adj. Without batteries.
- battery + -less (Wiktionary)
“The short answer is no - because the chips in PASS cards and EDLs are "passive," or batteryless, meaning they rely on the energy of readers to power up.”
“Seems like finding a battery (and some systems are even batteryless) would be easier than trying to locate a source of percussion caps, primers, or their contents (lead azide, sodium perchlorate).”
“I wish I could sit on youtube for hours, chuckling at yet more minto/coke related shenanigans, but instead, I find myself wondering why I've bought a batteryless hand-crank torch, or a clock shaped like R2D2.”
“What color is your watch? mother of pearl and silver face, black strap – Citizens batteryless ecodrive”
“Last week, we met Andrea Fleeks, a tech journalist; Lionel Kettlewell, a brazen Silicon Valley VC; and Rat-Toothed Freddy, a sleazy UK tabloid tech journalist, and learned that Kettlewell had bought up and liquidated Kodak and Duracell, two companies that have no place in a filmless, batteryless twenty-first century.”
“A few models are suitable for either battery charging or batteryless grid-tied connection.”
“The review has information on 19 different small wind turbines ranging from 7 feet to 56 feet in diameter, including systems for battery charging, as well as batteryless grid-tie systems.”
“The 2006 Good Design Award for Ecology Design goes to Aimulet LA, a batteryless, light-activated handheld audio communication device with an outer shell made from molded bamboo.”
“And it is where the batteryless radio was invented by Edward Rogers, father of modern-day cable innovator, Ted Rogers.”
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