The Windsor Tesla Tower, twirly rough L2
Pure energy from a really rough tatty Primary coil. The piece of very thick insulated copper wire came from a winding on a small transformer. Realising that I wouldn’t get the piece straight without much straightening time, I decided to coil it up and try it anyway….the video is what happened. The coil is powerful enough to light a neon bulb at a good range, emit plasma from the bottom of the paper cutout Space Shuttle and to light the 13W house bulb to a good brightness. Slayer exciter circuit, using a A1020 transistor at 7.5V from a wall adapter. A toroid on the top, connected at one point to the output of the L1 served to show the Space Shuttle plasma best.