220V vs 110V version

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220V vs 110V version

Postby udoran00 » Sat May 13, 2017 9:43 am

Hi, yesterday I built my oneteslaTS coil and I seems that it is kind of working as it should.
I can change the frequency and intensity and see very (very) small sparks on the tip of the needle attachted to the HV electrode. I also used a grounding clamp wich was close to the HV electrode to gain a higher electric field / thus longer arcs, however without success. So far I couldn't see any arcs occuring inside the coil.
I orderd the 220V version but need to use it at the 110V grid at the moment - does anyone has experience what changes have to be done? It seems that there is only one additional wire which has to be soldered in case of using 110V (unfortunately the schematic download of the 220V version doesn't work). If there is no differnece between both modes (110V/220V) - does anyone has an idea what could be wrong?

Thanks a lot for your help.
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Re: 220V vs 110V version

Postby Marissa » Mon May 15, 2017 4:00 pm


The only parts difference between the two kits is the transformer. You can order it here: http://onetesla.com/products/replacemen ... ormer.html

Just choose the voltage from the drop-down menu.

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