Description: The Tesla coil can produce high temperature and high pressure plasma, which can sing, ignition, wireless transmission, and light fluorescent lamp. It has a wonderful arc. It is a very ...Read More…
The Tesla coil can produce high temperature and high pressure plasma, which can sing, ignition, wireless transmission, and light fluorescent lamp. It has a wonderful arc. It is a very interesting small production of scientific experiments. This is DIY Tesla coil Kit parts, which needs to be soldered and assembled by yourself.
Tesla coil is a transformer that operates on resonance principle. It was invented by Nicola Tesla, a Serbia American scientist in 1891. It is mainly used to produce ultra-high-voltage, but low current, high-frequency AC power. The Tesla coil is composed of two groups of resonant circuits (sometimes three groups) coupled. The Tesla coil is difficult to define, and Nicola Tesla has tried a large number of configurations of various coils. Tesla uses these coils to carry out innovative experiments, such as electrical lighting, fluorescence spectrum, X-ray, high frequency alternating current phenomenon, electrotherapy and radio energy transmission, transmitting and receiving radio signals.
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|1||Metal Film Resistor||R1,R4||10K||2|
|2||Metal Film Resistor||R3,R5||2K||2|
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