Introduction: Wireless Transfer Electricity

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wireless is defined as the transfer of wireless electricity or power from a source to a load without the use of any artificial interconnecting conductors such as wires. Wireless electricity is being used primarily on the basis that at times, wires can be inefficient (power is lost as wires transmit electricity over long distances),

materials to be made

1 copper wire

2 1.5v AA Battery

3 transistor 2n2222

4 led

We have two explanations how it happens

the first is through resonant inductive coupling, whereby energy supplied to a coil is transferred to a similar parallel coil without the use of any wires in order to provide enough electricity to light ED’s .

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MelvinP4 (author)2015-09-25

Can you please help me in using crystal oscillator in the place of transistor

AshishJ3 (author)2015-07-06

can i use bc547 transistor

electronici (author)AshishJ32015-07-17

not in this case is not used

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