How to Make Wireless Electricity Transmission Circuit - DIY (Step by Step)

Introduction: How to Make Wireless Electricity Transmission Circuit - DIY (Step by Step)

Step By Step ( Even Soldering The Components ) Video On How To Make Simple Circuit Transfer Electricity Wirelessly . Its Amazing Project Also Its Very Chip And As Always Its Fun To Make . Anyone Is Welcome To Make Suggestions For Improvements. Good Luck With The Project!

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Step 1: What You Will Need ?

Components :
Transistor 2N2222A (NPN)

Resistor 1K Ohm

Copper Insulated Wire

LED

Some Wires

Step 2: Circuit Diagram :

Step 3: How to Make It ?

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    16 Discussions

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    sina elec
    sina elec

    4 years ago

    very good?

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    zhyar4kurd
    zhyar4kurd

    Reply 4 years ago

    Thank You but whats that question mark for ?

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    zhyar4kurd
    zhyar4kurd

    Reply 4 years ago

    Thanks :)

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    nepcono
    nepcono

    4 years ago

    Hi tried it but couldn't make it to go. I really dont know whats wrong

    2n2222a, resistor (metal) 1K Ohm
    LED
    copper wire from an old powersupply.

    Does it needs 30 turns on the coil or can it be less.

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    zhyar4kurd
    zhyar4kurd

    Reply 4 years ago

    It can be less not exactly 30 turns and make sure to strip insulation on the copper wire with sand paper

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    nepcono
    nepcono

    Reply 4 years ago

    do I need to strip all insulation coating or only there where I have to solder.

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    zhyar4kurd
    zhyar4kurd

    Reply 4 years ago

    only there that you have to solder

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    zhyar4kurd
    zhyar4kurd

    Reply 4 years ago

    Also there is nothing wrong with your component try to watch the video carefully als i say it again make sur to strip the insulation coating on copper wire

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    nepcono
    nepcono

    Reply 4 years ago

    do I have to strip all the insulation coating on the copper wire or only on the end points.

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    zhyar4kurd
    zhyar4kurd

    Reply 4 years ago

    only on the ends

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    Jovino JoseL
    Jovino JoseL

    4 years ago

    does it still work if i connect through a live wire?

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    zhyar4kurd
    zhyar4kurd

    Reply 4 years ago

    to be honest I didn't understand ??

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    ArgieP
    ArgieP

    4 years ago

    Hi, nice project, how thin the wire must be? Or it doesn't matter?

    Thanks in advance.

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    zhyar4kurd
    zhyar4kurd

    Reply 4 years ago

    It Really Doesn't Matter , I Got Mine From Transformer Of Old CFL Light Bulb Circuit . Thank You For Your Comment

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    ArgieP
    ArgieP

    Reply 4 years ago

    Thanks!