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Solid State Tesla Coils (SSTC) / Re: Slayer exciter circuit troubleshoot.
« on: November 05, 2020, 07:19:43 AM »
now this circuit start working i just follow the syscamatic of electro boom slayer exciter circuit . but i use tip31c instead of 2n222 cz its high voltage rated and fast switching speed.and also i use 1n4142 zener diode.the circuit work nicely! can u guys tell me can i use irfp 460 instead of tip31c and powerup the circuit with higher voltage like 100v,220v,350v

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Can i use
IR2110 MOSFET Driver
instead of DS0026 and also this ic is 16 pin i have to change my syscamatic a little bit im not professioanl . Can u tell me will this work instead of ds0026 ?.if yes, how should i connect this to my mosfet gate pin its way complicated

here are more details about the ic:
https://techshopbd.com/product-categories/mosfet/211/ir2110-mosfet-driver-techshop-bangladesh

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Solid State Tesla Coils (SSTC) / Re: Slayer exciter circuit troubleshoot.
« on: November 04, 2020, 07:31:23 AM »
i dont really understand u.I am not good at english cz im bangladeshi

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Can u kindly suggest me a gate driver ic to drive my mosfet and shoud i change my mosfets?

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Solid State Tesla Coils (SSTC) / Slayer exciter circuit troubleshoot.
« on: November 03, 2020, 07:28:35 AM »
I just follow the circuit diagram as shown in the attached image.I use 5 TIP31C transistor in parallel and 20v 10A power supply to power up the circuit but it isnt working i connect the 47k 3watt resistor to my circuit. i change the polarity of primary coil tried everything. after that i check my transistor all are working condition. so i measure the current flow of this circuit as my surprise the current is 0.01. What should i do now? should i change the resistor to low value wat resistor ar the resistance?

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I stumbled across this video

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I want to replicate the circuit from this guys its seems so nice.The mosfet gate driver DS0026 is so rare in my country.I live in Bangladesh,Asia. So i find a alternative i try to find mic 4452 and so many driver but i cant find those in my local and large electronic market.So how i can drive the gate pin without these is there any other component i can use? which is common in everywhere.

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I leave this circuit its shitty use 220vac.

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I get every component shown in his video.Instead of irfp 260 i bought irfp 460. But i cant find the mosfet gate driver DS0026.I live in Aisa,Bangladesh.this component is too rare in my country and they didnt even know the alternataive component. I research and found that mic4452 and some other driver are same but i cant even find this too.Please suggest me how can drive the mosfet gate pin.Is there any other ways too drive the mosfet get pin which is coommon in electronics?

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Solid State Tesla Coils (SSTC) / Help me build up my first tesla coil!
« on: November 01, 2020, 04:42:46 PM »
I try to make a tesla coil for 2 years and after all effort i cant even make a single spark.Maybe my knowladge isnt enough.I try 2n222 transistor slayer exciter i dont know but none of the project work. Than i try with slyaer exciter with some npn transistor here i blew many transistors but can never be success. recenly i try irfp 460 with a ballast and get some spark but my mosfet died. i cant make a efficient circuit . I beg u pls help me to make my tesla coil.

as a beginner i want a slayer exciter circuit which is easy to make hopefully
i dont need a huge spark in my ifrst project but the midium lvl spark will satisfy me much further i beefed up the circuit to the certain level.
 
i know many profesional in this forum would see my post. plz provide me a diagram or syscamatic where i can drive my coil .
or even better if i can play music though my coil.

thanx in advance mate

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I just came up with a music slayer exciter coil driver i just only made the systamatic by some research. I want to know that should i change something in this circuit diagram or rearrange something cz this isnt working how it shoud be.or I mad the circuit wrong way give me a good suggetion .

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Solid State Tesla Coils (SSTC) / Re: SSTC with ballast blew my IRFP460
« on: October 31, 2020, 06:59:41 AM »
How can i rearrange the circuit or modify this i dont know how its working i just want to replicate someone else syscamatics . i measure 110v dc after the diode so maybe the mosfet resonate the certain frequancy so there are a high voltage on the secondary maybe im not sure.
can u pls modify the circuit or give me a good suggetion how can i make the tesla coil work

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Solid State Tesla Coils (SSTC) / SSTC with ballast blew my IRFP460
« on: October 29, 2020, 05:18:27 PM »
IM trying to make tesla coil driver with irfp460. I make my circuit like shown in the syscamatic . first things is that for the first attempt I used 1mm thick wire for primary coil then i see that my both ballast get extreamly heated up and also the heatsink attached to the IRFP460 although it was working it throw very very tiny arc from the topload and can light up a normal cfl bulb.
than i go for 3.6mm wire for my primary winding and attached everything as same as before and syscamatic. This time the arc can jump upto 2 inch far away but whithing 20 second my mosfet shorted or blew up i didnt guess it but it dead for sure.
Can anyone help me with this issue or modify my syscamatic so it willme more efficient and work without blowing .

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I was trying to replicate the circuit from this guy . and I blew my another irfp460 but this time its work a little bit i tell it briefly on my another post which i will post in a while

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but i use a ballast to limit the current

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Solid State Tesla Coils (SSTC) / SSTC with a ballast circuit not working
« on: October 29, 2020, 03:01:26 AM »
Im trying to make a tesla coil from 2016. After many failures i stopped trying stuffs.But now i discoverd that tesla coil can be made by many other ways.I follow the systematics i attached. I blew up almost 6 IRFP460 mosfet. but it didnt even work not a single spark.Plz guys i want your help

Component I use:
Diode UF5408
1 MKP 250v capacitor
12k 2watt Resistor
12v 1w zener diode
10k potentiometer
5 turn with 3.6mm thick copper wire insulated
1200 turn in secondary
and i use 2*40w ballast as parallel
everything attached together same as syscamatics


Can anyone help how it will work!
it will be great pleasure

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