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DIY Tesla Coil Mini Kit Wireless Electric Power Transmission

DIY Tesla Coil Mini Kit Wireless Electric Power Transmission

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  • 12V input voltage to generate an arc about 2mm.
  • This coil will wirelessly light up flash frequency tube, neon and LED.
  • Practical Kit to learn about circuits, electricity, and science

The electrical resonant transformer circuit known as a Tesla coil was created by inventor Nikola Tesla in 1891. It is employed to generate alternating current with high frequency, low current, and high voltage.


When a little input power (9V) is applied to the tesla coil kit, a simple coil called a mini Tesla Coil generates a high voltage electric field in the air that is powerful enough to illuminate tiny light bulbs.


The DIY Tesla coil  Kit can produce an arc of around 2mm using a 12V input power.

The tesla coil DIY kit Condemnation welding can be done using a few straightforward discrete components. There is no manual provided.

The tesla coil kits are available in a tiny, portable design, allowing for easy, practical interest in the development of a cultured brain. This coil will wirelessly illuminate neon, LEDs, and flash frequency tubes. facilitates entertaining hobbies and science projects.

A DIY mini tesla coil is a tool used to create extremely high voltages. Voltage is a unit of measurement for the energy content of an electric charge. Tesla coils are capable of producing voltages of over a million volts. The demonstration model's output is a little over 60,000 volts.

Package Includes:

  • 1 x DIY Tesla Coil 

  • 4 x M2x4 mm screw

  • 4 x M2x7 mm double pass copper column

Tesla Coil Kit Specification

Input Voltage  9V - 12V
Model  BD243 Mini Tesla Coil
PCB Board  4 x 3.1cms 
Weight  20 grams 


Applications for this product:

This coil will wirelessly light up flash frequency tube, neon, LED and also serves as a learning experience about circuits, electricity and science itself

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1. How Much Does a Tesla Cost? 

At Robocraze the cost of the Tesla coil is Rs.469/- 


2. How powerful is a tesla coil? 

Tesla coils have an output voltage range of 50 kilovolts to several million volts, depending on their size. The output is an alternating current at low radio frequencies, typically between 50 kHz and 1 MHz.


3. What is the disadvantage of Tesla coil?

Construction of a circuit requires a lot of precision in order for it to resonate. Larger DC smoothing capacitors are more expensive to purchase. Numerous health concerns are associated with the Tesla coil's high voltage radio frequency emissions.


4. Is a Tesla coil AC or DC?

Electrical energy from the secondary and toroid is passed to the surrounding air as electrical charge, heat, light, and sound in coils that create air discharges, such as those designed for entertainment. Similar to charging or discharging a capacitor, a Tesla coil uses AC rather than DC for this process.