Re: X-rays from light bulbs/Tesla Coils !!!

>Original Poster: "Jeff W. Parisse" <jparisse-at-teslacoil-dot-com>
>John, Jeff, Group...
>Wait a minute! Let's back up. Maybe I missed something.
>X-rays from a TC excited light bulb? I use a VTTC to light lightbulbs
>and/or create corona on the filaments all the time as I'm sure
>many of us with VTTCs do.


YES, from light bulbs, particularly antique ones IF they are at the proper
vacuum.  Most incandescent light bulbs today are void of air, but filled
with a noble gas which of course leads to interesting plasma effects but no
x-rays.  If you're unsure use a Geiger counter as a monitor with the probe
placed, say 10 feet, away from the Tesla coil/ bulb.  You don't want to get
the Geiger probe too close to the coil because the high voltage can easily
destroy it.

>Are there any x-ray experts willing to comment on the thread below?

I may not be an expert but I know what I've observed!

>Jeff Parisse