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The Slayer exciter creates an electromagnetic field that may negatively affect electronic equipment in the immediate area; including pacemakers. Exercise caution and common sense when operating a Slayer Exciter.

Step 1: Parts list

Items Needed:
-   At least a 6" long tube that's 1" in diameter, it must be hollow and non-conductive! I used a
     piece of PVC pipe. - ~$5
-   Box for Slayer exciter. - Free
-   Approximately 3' of 14 - 26 AWG wire. - ~$1
-   Approximately 100' of 30 AWG enamel wire. - ~$5
-   Some sort of round sphere to use as a top load. - ~$1
-   One 47,000 (47k) ohm resistor. - $1
-   Two UF4007 diodes. - $1
-   One TIP31C transistor. - $1
-   Screw terminals (Optional). - $1
-   Transistor heat sink (Recommended if exceeding 18 volts) - $3
<p>Is this not exactly (and I mean <em>exactly</em> the same instructable as ChipFix's, but with different pictures? Like, everything else is the EXACT same, down to the formatting.</p>
<p>I do not know English well and then I had to copy its text, because google translator is not good.</p>
<p>my ckt is not working what i do</p>
<p>Could you explain how a Slayer Exciter works in depth? Thank you :) ASAP</p>
<p>Hey ,</p><p>I have used 2 nine volt batteries. 1 LED. about 1200 turns in L2 and 15 turns in primary coil(lower turns doesn't work properly). I am not sure of the value of the resistor i am using and no capacitor But the results are not satisfactory!</p><p>It is too weak as you can see in the images! What can i do? Whats your suggestions?? There is a detailed description here:<a href="https://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20140716111027AAul4qz" rel="nofollow">https://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20...</a></p>
<p>Hey ,</p><p>I have used 2 nine volt batteries. 1 LED. about 1200 turns in L2 and 15 turns in primary coil(lower turns doesn't work properly). I am not sure of the value of the resistor i am using and no capacitor But the results are not satisfactory!</p><p>It is too weak as you can see in the images! What can i do? Whats your suggestions?? There is a detailed description here:<a href="https://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20140716111027AAul4qz" rel="nofollow">https://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20...</a></p>
<p>Hey ,</p><p>I have used 2 nine volt batteries. 1 LED. about 1200 turns in L2 and 15 turns in primary coil(lower turns doesn't work properly). I am not sure of the value of the resistor i am using and no capacitor But the results are not satisfactory!</p><p>It is too weak as you can see in the images! What can i do? Whats your suggestions?? There is a detailed description here:<a href="https://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20140716111027AAul4qz" rel="nofollow">https://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20...</a></p>
Can i get plasma globe by using a light bulb instead of top load?
Well done! Much like how I've taught the theory.

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