Power Tesla Coil with Mosfet Circuit - Simple Electronic Project
Components Needed for this Project:
You can get the components from any of the sites below:
- Transistor BD243
- 10k Resistor
- LED 3mm Blue
- 15PF Capacitor
- Tesla Coil
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Frequently asked questions
Is it possible to make a Mini 9V Tesla coil using a BC547 transistor? Most likely, yes. It looks similar to other transistors I've seen used to make small Tesla coils, aka the Slayer Exciter. Probably won't get much of a spontaneous discharge.
Perhaps the most important component of a Tesla coil is its power supply, which is also probably the hardest to obtain. The specifications of the power supply affect all the other components and the overall size of the Tesla coil.
The Tesla Coil is an air-core transformer with primary and secondary coils tuned to resonate system. The primary and secondary functions function as a step-up transformer used. which converts relatively low-voltage high current to high-voltage low current flow at high frequencies.
A Tesla coil is basically a resonant transformer with a high step-up ratio and resonance, usually in the RF frequency range. A battery is not part of a Tesla coil. The circuit that drives a Tesla coil has to be powered somehow, and the power source could be a 9V–12V DC line. However, that is not inherent to a Tesla coil mini Electronic Project.
The power of the Tesla coil lies in a process called electromagnetic induction system. This is where a changing magnetic field creates a voltage that compels current to Very flow.
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