Let's make an Induction Generator Shaker

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All the videos I have seen on this subject use much thinner wire and at least 500 to 1000 turns to make the coil.

My efforts do not have the same power output but by storing the energy with the circuitry I have salvaged from a garden solar light I can power the LED successfully.

If you don't want to use the circuitboard then you need more turns of wire to get more power.

Here is a good example https://youtu.be/t-Xwv-D0zQA

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