So I'm a big fan of building models and one issue we run into is managing to run and hide wiring through the model to power the LEDs.
Now I have read a little about inductive coil transfer and how it can be used to power LEDs but all I've run into is single coil and how it only powers within a certain area inside the coil I did a tiny bit of digging and found a simulator.
This being what I found the magnetic field to be like with these coils but then playing around I found I could manage this.
Which apparently creates like a focused magnetic tube of energy one going so far and being continued to be pulled by the second.
So I'm going to be straight at my current level the math is beyond me and the engineering is beyond me but is this sort of thing possible to create a cylinder shaped powered area as apposed to the single donut shape with limited internal area of powering.
I just want to know if my theory works before I really start to dig my head in and figure out the specifics of it all.
Thank you all for your consideration and assistance with this question and have a wonderful day.