SJR 3.0 – 50ft on 1 wire
Simple demo of the 1 wire and wireless capabilities of this version of Lasersaber’s SJR 3.0. Power is 5V at 40mA. There is now a diode on the Base (C4439), which cut current down by 5mA using this transistor. What the video shows, is a very low power requirement, to run a mains voltage lightbulb for at least 50ft from just 1 thin 22ish gauge wire (I ran out of wire or it would have been longer). The distance is 40ft from the backdoor, 10ft through to the circuit. At these levels, increased performance could be gained from running even a 2N2222A, MPSA06, BC549 or similar. A variable resistor is to be tried across the coil, to tune. The output of the thin wire is where the 1 wire feed is taken from, same as a regular Tesla coil. This sort of system enables mains light bulbs to be run outdoors, in rain if wished and, with a high enough frequency, no shocks to people or pets are possible.