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Mechanically powered flashlight - Wikipedia

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The linear induction, Faraday flashlight, or "shake ... This, along with the long-life LED lamp which does not burn out like an ...

How Faraday Flashlights Work - Shake Flashlights

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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 some ...

Making a Faraday Flashlight

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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.

Shake Flashlight - Instructables

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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 trick.

Shake it like a Tic-Tac! - Instructables

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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  ...

Electromagnetic Induction - How Sceinec Works - A shaking Flashlight

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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 ...

Shake Flashlight - K&J Magnetics Blog

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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 wire.