Tesla Coil Spark Gap Lightning Simulator High-Frequency AC Power Wireless Transmission
Tesla Coil is a transformer (resonant transformer) that operates on the principle of resonance. It was invented in 1891 by the American-born Serbian scientist Nikola Tesla. It is mainly used to produce ultra-high voltage but low current and high-frequency AC power. In addition, it consists of two (sometimes three sets) coupled resonant circuits.
Moreover, Tesla uses these coils for innovative experiments, such as electrical lighting, fluorescence spectroscopy, X-ray, high-frequency AC current phenomena, electrotherapy, and radio energy transmission, transmitting, and receiving radio signals.
– This machine is easy to install.
– Installation volume: 24 cm long, 12 cm wide, and 41 cm high.
– The input voltage is 220V, the arc length is about 10cm, and the power is about 30W.
– Tesla coil can simulate lightning and lighten gas lamp in 30 cm. It works well at night or in dark places.
– Its power is less than 30 watts and its current is several milliamperes. It feels like touching static electricity by hand.
– Buyers can use tape to stick a wire on the ball to discharge or another ground wire to start the arc. This effect is better.
Please note: Keep away from mobile phones, computers, and some sophisticated equipment (half-meter or more) when using.
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