The linear induction, Faraday flashlight, or "shake ... This, along with the long-life
LED lamp which does not burn out like an ...
Describes how shake flashlights work including background information,
components ... If you do not see the animation at the top of the page, it is because
The flashlight works on the principle of Faraday's law, which says that a changing
... case, the magnet is moving (when you shake the flashlight), which causes a ...
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Nov 7, 2012 ... A flashlight that charges using electromagnetic induction is demonstrated.
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Oct 9, 2011 ... A flashlight that works on the Faraday principle is demonstrated. ... like the power
plants do by producing a changing magnetic field inside a coil ...
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Oct 28, 2011 ... Cheap light bought online. Works fairly good. Not battery-less.
This type of flashlight is great for hiking, camping, or emergency situations. ...
How it Works »New Instructable » ... electrical components can make a simple
shake flashlight that never needs batteries! ... A couple hundred should do the
Rechargeable led flashlight powered by magnets housed in the obligatory mints
container. ... I did a couple of test runs but i think maybe I didn't use enough coil.
.... The "Shake It Like a Tic Tac" project will not work as the coil is longer than the
You set the switch to charge and shake the flashlight to charge up the capacitor.
... For this to work practically you need a powerful permanent magnet - such as ...
In this article, we will generate electricity in a shake flashlight that is powered by a
... How much power does this generate? ... We used a DCX0, because we
thought it would make a nice sized field, and work well with a pretty big coil of