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oneTesla working principle

Postby StarWars » Sun Dec 30, 2018 3:58 pm

Hello everyone !

I crossed across oneTesla products and before I decide to do something else, i really want to know how the oneTesla TC works. I have seen schematic, board layout and really everything, even datasheet of every single component and i am not able to understand.

So here are some of my questions (please, answer them understandable)
-what je the real behavior of 74hc74 flip-flop?
-how we can do zero current switching when a negative current flows through primary?
-is the output of if-d95 normally 5v or 0v (is it pulled-UP or DOWN) ?
-can be the if-d95 replaced with a optocoupler?
-can i use 200:1 transformer instead of 300:1 ?
-please, describe the behavior of the circuit when it is turned on, with/without interrupter signal and the transformer output.

Thank you for your tíme and responce. Really thanks.
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Re: oneTesla working principle

Postby E.TexasTesla » Tue Jan 01, 2019 6:16 pm

Some good info and links are already provided on the OneTesla web page.

See this link : http://onetesla.com/tutorials/how-a-tesla-coil-works
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