Getting your light bulb to float for the first time will take a lot of patience and practice at first. If this is your first time using magnetic levitation products, you may need to attempt a few times first before succeeding. However, once you succeed once, it only gets easier and easier!
The Magnetic levitation bulb is a multipurpose product as it can be used as a normal lamp to increase visibility at night and also it looks unique which makes it a decorative piece also. It comes with a bulb that consumes less power so that regular usage in long term won’t increase your power bill. The bulb of this lamp can be levitated automatically without any manual adjustments. The base of this lamp has a wooden finish which makes it look good and there is also a touch-sensitive area where you can just touch it to switch it on or off.
* Touch control
This lamp has a touch-sensitive base that can be used to switch it on or off this lamp.
* Less power consumption
It comes with a bright bulb that consumes very less electricity so you can use it without increasing your power bill.
It is a multi-purpose lamp as it can be used to increase visibility at night and it can also be used as a decorative piece.
Inside the wooden base there are two things, you will find that there is array of electromagnets and a magnetic induction charger.
When lowering the bulb onto the block, the outermost electromagnets serve to attract the bulb’s base while the inner magnets create a repelling force. This is what holds the bulb in place and causes it to hover a few centimeters above the block.
Now once within the range of the bulb’s base, the receiver is able to pick up power from the charger block via magnetic induction.
How to Levitate?
Place the base on a flat, non-ferrous surface and turn on the power by connecting the cable to the base and plugging the adapter to your outlet.
Hold the light bulb with both hands. Start from the center of the base and 10cm above the base, and slowly go down until you are about 2cm above of the base. You will feel an upward repulsion force on the base.
Once you feel that the bulb is almost balanced in mid-air (not falling down or being pushed up), slowly loosen your grip. If the light bulb ends up being sucked to the base, pick up the light bulb and restart from step 2 again. Otherwise, great job, you got it to levitate!