How do you build a Tesla Coil?

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In this article you will explain how to build a tesla coil. This allows you to light fluorescent tubes and other lights wirelessly.

Below are the supplies. You also need a plank of wood, two pieces of PVC pipe (one thick and one thin) and a fluorescent tube to light.

Supplies

Winding wire ø0.2mm - 178m - 97 ohm In stock Winding wire to wind the primary coil. € 7,75 Flexible black wire on spool - 22AWG - 7.5 meters Out of stock Wire to wrap the secondary coil. € 3,65 Breadboard white 400 points In stock € 1,90 2N2222A NPN transistor - 10 pcs In stock € 2,20 10KΩ Metal film resistor 1 / 4W - 100 pieces Out of stock € 2,55 Nitto - insulation tape - black - 19 mm x 20 m Delivered in 5 to 15 days Tape to wrap the secondary coil. € 2,70 DC socket built-in 5.5 mm x 2.1 mm - 5 pieces Out of stock € 2,50 DC Plug male 2.1x5.5mm - 5 stuks In stock € 2,60 Banana plug - 5x Red + 5x Black Out of stock Plugs to connect the tesla coil to a lab power supply. € 3,45 Stranded-Core red wire - 26AWG - 2 meter In stock Wire to make the cord to the lab power supply. € 2,20 Stranded-Core black wire - 26AWG - 2 meter In stock Wire to make the cord to the lab power supply. € 1,35 Mean Well GST36E12-P1J In stock Adapter so that the tesla coil can also work on mains power. € 19,95 Total € 52,80
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The Netherlands Arwind
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