Introduction: Wireless Power-Simple Project

In this project we will light an Led using wireless power, which requires very few components

Step 1: Things Needed

1. Laminated copper wire 26 gauge ( up to 30 gauge max)

2. AA battery

3. 2N2222 transistor

4. Led

5. Small bottle

Step 2: Connections Picture

Step 3: Steps

Now follow the steps in the video

Comments

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DebabrataD5 made it! (author)2016-08-22

The transistor is heating up on attaching the terminals of the battery.I have used 24 turns of the coil.But still the led is not lighting up.How to check the if there is any fault in the circuit.

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Kunal Gehlot made it! (author)2015-06-12

I made it!!!

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Bharatcs (author)Kunal Gehlot2015-06-12

Nice !!!

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Kunal Gehlot (author)2015-06-11

How many turns for what ??? I mean what to connect where ?

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Bharatcs (author)Kunal Gehlot2015-06-11

sorry friend ,You will need 26 gauge laminated copper wire

here is the proper diagram

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Kunal Gehlot (author)Bharatcs2015-06-11

Thank you very much..

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Jafhar12 (author)2015-06-10

the word you re looking for is conductive coupling. that is transfer of electricity without direct contact.

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Bharatcs (author)Jafhar122015-06-10

No, Conductive coupling needs physical contact through a conductive medium.

But here it is mainly due to inductive coupling and resonance

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