YouTube Demonstration of Faraday’s Flashlight

Faraday's Flashlight

The simplest way to understand how XL Technology generates electricity through Faraday’s Law of Electro-Magnetic Induction (EMI) is to watch the YouTube demonstration of the Faraday Flashlight below.

The demonstration shows how the flashlight to the right works without a battery or power source by physically moving a magnet back and forth through a coil of wire by shaking the flashlight.  Each time the magnet moves from one end of the tube to the other, the magnetic field inside the coil will reverse direction (twice) which generates electricity.  

The YouTube demonstration shows the Faraday Flashlight charging using electromagnetic induction (EMI). The demonstration is provided by courtesy of Professor Michael R. Melloch from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at Purdue University.