How to Make a Mini Tesla Coil 9V

Introduction: How to Make a Mini Tesla Coil 9V

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In today's video I'll show you a great idea, a long awaited video about how to make a Tesla coil at the minimal expenses. It's very easily to make a Tesla coil at home. I hope you will make it without any problems after watching this video.

Step 1: HOW TO MAKE (VIDEO)

Step 2: Photo Instruction

Step 3: Photo Instruction

Step 4: Photo Instruction

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Step 9: Photo Instruction

Step 10: Photo Instruction

Step 11: Photo Instruction

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34 Discussions

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gowthamr28
gowthamr28

Question 2 years ago on Step 11

I did made it but its not working can someone help me

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Drose908
Drose908

Question 2 years ago on Step 8

what are those green and white things?

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LukasC19
LukasC19

2 years ago

omg people, you can NOT make a tesla coil with DC power unless you create an oscillator. You don't create oscillators without feedback system and capacitors. Want a tesla coil? Use AC power. This circuit is a scam. You can NOT induce a voltage is the secondary coil without alternating current on the primary current. That is why all these comments are saying "Why this no work waaah?"

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mapmaker735
mapmaker735

3 years ago

it did not work for some reason that I do not know even thow I have a perfect circuit that worked fine but it has to do with coil, your coil might be in effective. but I made it.

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mayankscience
mayankscience

4 years ago

It doesn't works . Pls check my circuit! I m uploading photo

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SwiftClaw10
SwiftClaw10

Reply 3 years ago

Mine no work either. humf. kinda disappointed, I need it to work for a school project that is due VERY SOON.

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SwiftClaw10
SwiftClaw10

3 years ago

I can't get it to work. My Dad switched the 2222A transistor to different transistors, should I make sure I use a 2222A transistor? I can't find one, we have looked all over the place. Should I order one online?

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SwiftClaw10
SwiftClaw10

3 years ago

Where's the material list?

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Gurupreeth
Gurupreeth

Reply 3 years ago

first u kill me

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Sameer Kumar Sahu
Sameer Kumar Sahu

5 years ago

What resistor u have used and can i get a shock if i touch the upper end of copper wire? Moreover is there any damage from the high frequency?

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Gurupreeth
Gurupreeth

Reply 3 years ago

hi I just got to know something ur very very very very sensitive baby????????????????????????????

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FinnyT
FinnyT

Reply 4 years ago

No u wont get shock..
N the resistance is 22k

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zain_de
zain_de

Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

oui. there is no damage of high frequency: but it is about current which flows through the tesla

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hrishi447
hrishi447

3 years ago

I have tried this exactly according to the video and IT DOES NOT WORK!!!
Tell me what should I do.........
I used
Transistor 2N2222A
Resistance 22k
Battery ? 9v
And i did winding of. 275 turns and 3 turns

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baburas
baburas

3 years ago

Hello friends

I made Tesla coil with a similar manner which works fine but has a small defect.

When I approach a lamp to the coil, the lamp lights but if I leave it there the lighting lasts only for 50 second max and then fades away.

I have to close the circuit for some time and open it again to make it light again.

Can you help me with this problem?

I used a BD135 transistor, 9V battery, 6 turns primary coil, 2000 turns secondary.

Thanks for your help

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KhirtishK
KhirtishK

3 years ago

what is the size of the secondary winding