>>From ZODAPOP-at-aol-dot-comTue Jul 30 22:00:36 1996
>Date: Tue, 30 Jul 1996 23:17:10 -0400
>HAS ANYONE TRIED TO BUILD THIS COIL?
>I am having trouble with the IRF511 burning up
I have not worked with solid state Tesla coils because I believe the
best coils are made the simplest way, no solid state.
>The boys in the electrionic shop do not like the driver
>They say it could be a lot better.
>I have a 15000 volt neon-at-60ma.
>can this coil be salvaged to go with it?
>Or do i start over?
This transformer will work fine but I wound build a protection
circuit for it - RF chokes....etc.
>Building your own tesla coil is about as difficult;
>A. as baking your first cake
>B. rebuilding your first automobile engine
>C. A final exam on "Nuclear Fusion as it relates to Electro-
> dynamic Variations in Adjacent Ferrous Materials as
> Opposed to Standard Electromagnetic Pulses"
>( The answer is A )
Okay but you will have to grow your own wheat and grind it into flour,
milk a cow, and candle eggs!
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