Mechanically powered flashlight
Flashlight that is powered by electricity generated by the muscle power of the user, so it does not need replacement of batteries, or recharging from an electrical source.- Mechanically powered flashlight
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Elastic object that stores mechanical energy.
Mainspring: A spiral ribbon shaped spring used as a power store of clockwork mechanisms: watches, clocks, music boxes, windup toys, and mechanically powered flashlights
Device that converts motive power into electric power for use in an external circuit.
This type of generator is used in the Faraday flashlight.
Essentially a linear motor used as an electrical generator.
The simplest type of linear alternator is the mechanically powered flashlight (shake type).
Rare-earth magnets are strong permanent magnets made from alloys of rare-earth elements.
mechanically powered flashlights, employing rare earth magnets for generating electricity in a shaking motion or rotating (hand-crank-powered) motion
Manufacturer and distributor of portable electrical or electronic products such as radios and lights, generally powered by hand cranked generators that charge rechargeable batteries.
While still called Baygen, the company introduced a clockwork torch.
Electrical generator that creates direct current using a commutator.
Hand cranked dynamos are used in clockwork radios, hand powered flashlights and other human powered equipment to recharge batteries.
Retail outlet where survival or preparedness equipment can be purchased.
Work or energy that is produced from the human body.
Others, such as mechanically powered flashlights, have the generator integrated within the device.
The natural environment, commonly referred to simply as the environment, includes all living and non-living things occurring naturally on Earth.
GravityLight was a gravity-powered lamp manufactured until 2019.