Author Topic: Why does this Tesla Coil make a low frequency thump sound instead of a spark.  (Read 663 times)

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Online BrianHG

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Well?  I also like the single shot nature of those bolts.


Online T3sl4co1l

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Presumably because he's driving it in short bursts.

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That's just a standard pulsed tesla coil. There are plenty of plans for those on the net.
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Listening to the first one, it would seem I am hearing the variations of amplitude, frequency and duty cycle of a square wave...

(I've not played with Tesla coils.)

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