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Re: Hi! 811 A tesa coil
« Reply #20 on: January 07, 2022, 05:56:28 PM »
Hi,

Getting better.

Before making changes to primary capacitance... let's deal with other things first.

Your top load is smaller than what the plans you were following from what I can see. Plans had a 6" one. But this is okay right now. Since this is a bit smaller of a top load...cut the breakout point/wire to 1.5"-2" instead of the current 3".  Tube coils do not like this too long or too short for best performance and this is directly related to top load size. May not initially right now see any big change...but this will really help later as this coil get refined for better performance...this does make a difference eventually.

Next... your MOT is too close from what I can see in these updated pictures. Need to move away. The iron core of the MOT is most likely in the magnetic flux field of the primary winding of the coil. This will "suck" energy out of the primary windings... instead of getting as much as possible to our desired secondary.

I would say also possibly affecting your primary to feedback winding transfer of energy also.

So before any changes to capacitor, I would suggest these things first.

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Re: Hi! 811 A tesa coil
« Reply #21 on: January 07, 2022, 10:20:10 PM »
As shown in the picture there is nowhere to move the MOT, nor is there any open area on the board, which is a 12 X12 X 0.75 piece of plywood.

The only choice I have is to strip everything off and rebuild it.

I have to think about it and decide if I want invest that kind of time into it.

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Re: Hi! 811 A tesa coil
« Reply #22 on: January 08, 2022, 09:05:41 AM »
Hi,

Sorry about the bad news of being too close.

I went to Steve's website to get a better look at what your are trying to copy.
This was an early first one he did. His MOT is too close having the same flaw. But his MOT happens to be turned 90 degrees by chance I guess. I suppose if you try this...it can help some I think. Still too close from what I know...but it is your best option since you do not want to redo whole mounting board to larger.
This will maybe get you closer to the 6" you are hoping for eventually.

I did say much earlier, tube coils are "tricky beasts at times". Efficient proper layout of certain coil components is necessary also. This is one of several reasons I achieved 12"+ on a dual 811 on a straight MOT only.

Adjustment of primary capacitance is the next important thing to do, while kind of the same time...experimenting with the number of feedback turns and changing grid leak resistance values and grid capacitor values are necessary also for best performance. My good running T200 VTTC took dozens and dozens of tries to get this area at it's best. Even though I usually from experience can "tell what a coil wants" it still can take me a while at times myself, especially if I want the best possible.

Otherwise you need to look at what Steve did again in his pictures and REALLY COPY what he did and do not stray at ALL if you can on ANYTHING. I can see several things you did different. These things which may not seem that big of a difference in reality can be much larger than you think.

Again really sorry to give bad news here and you will have to decide.

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Re: Hi! 811 A tesa coil
« Reply #23 on: January 09, 2022, 05:52:11 AM »
You mentioned that the circuit breaker on your isolation transformer is still tripping. If it is only rated at 250 watts then the isolation transformer is way too small. I wouldn't be surprised if the voltage reaching the primary of the MOT is below 100 volts. Like Chris mentioned, the current draw from this VTTC should be 10-14 amps. This equates to 1000 to 1500 watts. Why are you using an isolation transformer anyway? Get rid of the isolation transformer. Use a 15-amp fuse in the primary wiring. The MOT and filament transformer provides isolation without using another isolation transformer.
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Re: Hi! 811 A tesa coil
« Reply #24 on: January 09, 2022, 11:04:25 PM »
If I turn out most of the lights in my kitchen and garage I can run the coil from the main power directly. It's a 20amp breaker. It trips if I have any other lights turned on than the garage light.

The plates on the tubes are glowing red hot.  I'm getting about 5 in sparks.

I do have a toroid coming in the mail that is a lot closer in size to the one mentioned on the schematic.

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Re: Hi! 811 A tesa coil
« Reply #25 on: January 10, 2022, 03:59:09 AM »
Hi,

Getting little by little better output...but unfortunately way out of tune being the high current draw type...

Did you at least also turn your MOT 90 degrees like I said earlier?

This should help some. Even better would be just put this on a small separate piece of wood about a foot away at least and wire back in to coil. Just a suggestion before trying further tuning. I feel this is currently a problem and can contribute to high current draw, which you are obviously seeing in your red hot tube plates and your 20amp breaker easily tripped.

Question for Duane:
Do you agree the MOT core looks too close robbing primary energy?

I am sure you possibly know...but do not run real long this way...your tube plates can melt holes in them! They can possibly tolerate very small holes...but once too large they are ruined.

Various tuning needs to be done now which I have mentioned already. You can wait for your bigger toroid first if you want. But I will say... some tuning will still be required from the still differences I can see between yours and Steve's coil. Steve admitted looking back at this coil...in the description of this coil, that the output should have been much better than the 7" he got. And yes it should...12-14" approximately.

You have earlier mentioned 6" desired...you are getting close at 5"...but as you see it is not running correctly at all for this output.

Keep at it...this is a learning experience...only you ultimately can fix this...we can only try to help...we can not see or hear what is happening...and if you do not tell us what your level of electrical high voltage knowledge is from the beginning...it makes this much harder. We are assuming some knowledge. Your various electrical shorts already are an example.

Okay... please do not get discouraged... keep at it.

One more thing...can you please get pictures of the whole coil?
I need to get a look at it better... especially the board/base components.
I want a better look also of your grid leak components.
So please better complete whole pictures.

Chris


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Re: Hi! 811 A tesa coil
« Reply #26 on: January 10, 2022, 09:38:53 PM »

Question for Duane:
Do you agree the MOT core looks too close robbing primary energy?

I think the core is close and probably does have an energy robbing effect. However, the high frequency energy may not penetrate the iron core that deep. It may not be causing too much of a problem. I would have to experiment with it to see if it is that much of a factor.

To reduce power draw until the coil is/can be tuned better, the 5k grid resistor can be increased to 7k or 8k ohms. This would increase the negative grid bias and reduce average plate current. The 811 coil I built many years ago had a variable rheostat for the grid resistor and it could be adjusted while the coil was in operation.
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Re: Hi! 811 A tesa coil
« Reply #27 on: January 22, 2022, 12:53:04 AM »
I tried removing the transformer-I moved it outward and rotated almost 90 degrees. I wanted to try it quickly so I didn't have to rewire the transformer.  It was about 7in away from the outer coils at that point.  I did not measure any appreciable effect on arc length.

Leaving in place and trying to turn it 90deg also requires rewiring.  Plus I prefer not to have the hot side of wire exposed on the transformer terminal on the outside of the device.  If I. try to turn it the other way the hot terminal is on the inside but it gets really close to the outer coils.

I've tried to attach a few more pictures.  I can't remember how I got them to work before, but now I can't attach them.

Still waiting on the new toriod-not surprisingly, it has to come from China.



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Re: Hi! 811 A tesa coil
« Reply #28 on: January 23, 2022, 06:18:13 PM »
Hi,
Okay on what you said on your MOT.
Currently on your VTTC since so way out of tune, yeah probably not much noticable when you tried moving some. If trying to achieve a maximum of about 14" arcs this MOT being close will most likely prevent this from happening. That said...if you just want to get your 6" arcs you said earlier but good running with a reasonable amp draw...it should be achievable with it close...since you will not move.
MOT's are actually pretty horrible and the newer that they are, they get even worse on their power draw even at idle (no load). I would say from experience this one is about 7 amps at idle. A so called bigger better older MOT still has a idle draw of 5 amps, that I was recently using in my 304er VTTC. So if you can get this VTTC tuned up properly for 6" arc output... probably see about 10-11 amps total power draw for this shorter output.
Again proper tuning is required. Your bigger toroid coming will not correct all other problems, but it is factor of what you were trying to copy from the beginning. I highly doubt you will get lucky just putting it "on". You may achieve possibly 6+ inches, but coil will most likely still be drawing way too many amps.
The whole feedback circuit most likely still needs to be adjusted/changed.
The number of primary turns possibly need to be changed or a change of capacitance in the primary circuit is required.

We still need good pictures of your grid leak section of your coil that I have already asked for previously and we need more than just the feedback coil which is already seen. Your just posted 4 completely identical pictures are not useful at all and this area was already seen in your earlier pictures.



Again not useful at all if you want any suggestions from us and I am close to staying away from this thread topic real soon if you do not try harder at this overall on everything. This thread I feel is becoming/already a hard to follow mess. Really sorry to say this.
I have worked really hard to get where I am now in my knowledge for many, many years and I still have a lot to learn on these Tesla coils.
 
You never stop learning...

Just trying to only copy the work of someone else is not learning.

Chris

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Re: Hi! 811 A tesa coil
« Reply #29 on: January 24, 2022, 04:13:06 AM »
I have tried to send in more photographs.  I uploaded 4 different ones but got 4 identical ones on the actual post.  I don't think it wasn't anything I did, but maybe I did it wrong.

The pictures don't show up until you actually make the post and I don't see how to tell if they have uploaded successfully.

I appreciate everyone's help on this.  I will try to attach more pictures again.


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Re: Hi! 811 A tesa coil
« Reply #30 on: January 24, 2022, 09:05:40 AM »
Unfortunately, as you may know, the same 4 pictures again have posted.

Here is some information near the bottom of this, read closely what it says:

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I am not sure what is happening at your end, again can not see what you are trying/doing.

Maybe someone else will chime in with more maybe.

You can just also just post a link only to the picture(s) from a host site if it is already uploaded to the internet somewhere.

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Re: Hi! 811 A tesa coil
« Reply #31 on: January 31, 2022, 07:02:47 PM »
It sounds like you should lower the grid voltage, try with a adjustable grid leak circuit. Get your VTTC to a point where it can accept full input voltage and no red plating on the tube (unless its a graphite plate made for it).

Then tune your primary coil taps for longest sparks (might have to adjust feedback coil position) along the way.

VTTC is a very dynamic coil to tune as it has 3 input variables (primary tap, feedback coil position and grid leak values)
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Re: Hi! 811 A tesa coil
« Reply #32 on: February 12, 2022, 11:55:02 PM »

Here are photos of the rest of the coil.  I think I got the imaging duplication fixed.




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Re: Hi! 811 A tesa coil
« Reply #33 on: February 13, 2022, 01:44:14 PM »
You need individual tap points or adjustable grid leak circuits, for each tube.

You are never going to get them conducting evenly, unless you spend a lot of money on matched tubes. I am running mine with tap at 25 windings for one tube and tap at 26 windings for the other tube, identical grid leak circuits.

With both tubes grid tapped at 26 windings, one would red-plate very fast and the other remain stone cold.
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