Induction - Light Bulb

Whenever you bring coils and magnets together (in the proper orientation and moving with respect to each other), magic happens. In this case, it is the Edisonian magic of lighting a light bulb. Turning the crank rotates a coil inside of the large U-shaped magnets. This creates a constantly changing flux (a flux in flux?), which by Lenz's Law induces a current within the coil. This induced current can be used to power the light bulb.

Dashingly handsome physicist not included with the unit.