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How to make Tesla Coil at home – Wireless Energy Transmission – DIY Homemade Mini Tesla Coil



In this video we learn how to make your own a very simple Tesla Coil at home using 3/4″ PVC Pipe, 26 awg Magnet Wire, 2N2222A Transister, 29k Resister and On/Off Switch. You can easily make this Tesla Coil at home.

This device was invented by Nikola Tesla and is a great demonstration experiment. I hope you will make it without any problems after watching this video.

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  1. Completed experiment. It does not seem to work. Not sure what the problem is. I used scotch tape instead of electrical tape when I taped the magnetic wire to PVC. Would that make a difference? Find it unlikely that is the problem.

    Also, could you please provide your email address so I can send pic of the connections? Maybe something wrong with that.

  2. Your diagram appears to be different from video. In your diagram the positive end of 9V appears to be connected to the resister, and in video its the negative end. Am I mistaken, I did it exactly to video and tesla does not work.

    Please help me.

  3. Can someone reply to my comment? If i going to operate not only a flourescent lamp, is the volt of battery more bigger? Do i need to change the transistor and resistor measurement or what you called from it? Pls answer me, its urgent

  4. Love your video, what is the wattage and voltage of the light bulb you are using, is there a number on the bulb I can look for, I am planning to build this, Thanks

  5. Can somebody please make a tesla coil with one of those levitating magnet toys on top holding a lightbulb? I'd totally buy one! I'd make it myself but my funding is very low. It'd be the coolest lamp ever!!!

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