Wireless Power and High Voltage: Wirelessly driven flyback driver making HV arc

Here I’ve just taken the Wireless Inductive Power Transfer system another step along the conceptual process. With 18V input to the transmitter, I transmit the power across 3 inches of blank space to the receiver, which has a bright bulb in it that promptly blew out, and a rectified and filtered DC output. The DC output from the wireless receiver is used to power the ZVS flyback driver and the flyback’s HV output is used to make a small arc-spark across a 1 cm improvised spark gap.

All schematics have been published in links from earlier vids in the High Voltage and the Wireless Power series.

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