Simple Wireless Electricity – Part II – The BAC’s
Uprating the Simple Wireless Electricity circuit, this demo is of a higher output version. Changes are water and a diode to protect the power transistor used. Coil construction is of salvaged co-axial cable, 45ft, 24 turns, the 2 of which I have termed BAC’s. Transistor is an E13009L, with a diode across Base and Emitter as protection. After blowing an incandescent bulb within Base connection limiting and not wishing to complicate the circuit, I tried water…and it worked. Electrolysis has been observed from 1 electrode leg and results in what looks like copper sulphate being deposited. The LED shown lit in the water isn’t connected to anything. It stands away from the electrodes and just lights up, sat there. Similarly, the mains nightlight is merely touching the water. A 1 wire demo is shown, of over 60ft distance from the circuit. Wireless electricity is shown via the pancake coil, a little further onward. The 1 wire is of approx 26 gauge, the extra around 15ft of which being added to a previous video wire length of 50ft. Thanks to MongrelShark for replicating and doing excellent scope experiments with the Simple Wireless Electricity system.