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OK, an ignition coil (or spark coil) is a type of induction coil similar to a Tesla coil . it's used in combustion engines. and produces up to ...
This is how my schematic works: heres is a schematic that shows what the capacitor does. This the first schematic. It is a good driver for making big, ...
this is my schematic its easy, but it, with my power source, only makes about 20 KV (1 inch ark) at a low fixed freq. it's also noisy ...
this ridiculously simple driver with no doubt simple,and exceptionally cheap and can easily produce 40KV! there are a few disadvantages with it, its mains powered, making it dangerous, ...
Another popular coil driver is the popular is this 555 timer driver.it oscillates a transistor that drives the coil. its a little more costly and complicated but its ...
Here is another 555 timer driver. There are a few more components added and changed. to me this is the most complicated circuitry I found. simple_________________ | | ...
now, the SCR driver.this just makes static like sparks and works by charging a high voltage capacitor and then discharging it through the ignition coil. simple_________________ || ___hard ...
OK, an ignition coil (or spark coil) is a type of induction coil similar to a Tesla coil . it's used in combustion engines. and produces up to 50,000 volts (a 2-4CM spark) at a lethal current of 25ma.
to power it, you need a square wave. you cant use standard AC because the coil WILL EXPLODE!
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