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Hello friends you hv also heard about tesla who was great inventor.i m going to make his device for collecting energy from air.for make this device you will need these things....
1. 4 diodes
2. a 100uf ,50v capacitor
3. aluminum foil
4. piece of card board
5. some wires
6.LED(optional)
 
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Step 1: Antenna making

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Get a piece of cardboard and take aluminum foil the size of ur cardboard and staple foil on cardboard then hang it in room or go outdoor and put it on a pole at least 9-10 feet off the ground.Now take a wire and connect its one end to anteena

Step 2: GROUNDING CONNECTION

its is easy to make if u can go outdoor then take a metal rod and take another wire and connect one end of wire to rod and stick rod in the ground.

Step 3: MAKING DEVICE

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make circuit according to give figure.i make my circuit on bread board.You can use any type of capacitor as high uf you can,i used 100uf,50v capacitor.after completing your circuit as shown in figure  get 1-2 volts in 10-15 min.i got 13.56 volts in 4 hours.my charging rate was very slow bcz i placed my antenna in my room only few centimeters above the ground.i am able to run a LED for 40-50 sec.

Step 4: THEORY OF OPERATION

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as we know in normal days air content free positive charge and ground content negative charge.when we put antenna or any metallic object in air it gains positive polarity.in this project we are making aluminum foil positive and metal rod negative.when we connect a capacitor b\w them capacitor get charged.
JesusGeek4 months ago

Great instructable! Only things I need to say are listed.

1. Please use proper spelling and grammar, there is speaking sloppy and writing sloppy. Honestly both annoy me when not used sarcastically.

2. Do you have proof that this works? I noticed that the diode section is a bridge rectifier (a very efficient AC to DC converter). I am assuming that you will get very small amounts of electricity from the circuit, and the rectifier will convert that to DC so the electrolytic capacitor will store the charge safely. Do you have any pictures to prove that it works?

3. A suggestion is that you attach a 1000uF or greater capacitor. This is because the amount of microfarads in a capacitor will determine the charge and length it can hold the charge. The more microfarads, the more charge you can store over time and the longer!

Sincerely,

- Sam

are you make it..?? plz give the picture of your project

zo manloon8 months ago
fish_dude10 months ago
how do you ground it if you are inside or do you have to be outside
prayag nao (author)  fish_dude10 months ago
use ur home's ground connection,u can see a largest hole in ur electric plug,use that
ok thanks
ironsmiter10 months ago
I am guessing, you may want a current limiting resistor in there, if you plan on taking your device anywhere near high tension lines?
Ryan Hebron10 months ago
goot instructable but the electricity you are getting out is from radio transmitions in the air and the energy you get depends on how close you are to a transmitter or if there is an electrical storm nearby
tech savvy10 months ago
nice instructable ,
you would get better results if you used ultracapacitor instead of the one your using , and it would run your led a lot longer and maybe even charge quicker ,
keep up the good work :)