Just playing with this TIP35c slayer circuit. Its amazing how when i built my first one it kept frying the transistors but the one keeps going all the way to 31.6 volts my PSU’s maximum. I am really happy and will probably build another setup identical to experiment with powering one setup and collecting the energy on the other.
The solid state Tesla coil can give nice breakout effects. I push the TIP35c with 31 volts and it still lives.
I decided after playing with the 2N2222 slayer circuit to swap out the transistor for a BD135 it got really hot quick but did out put a little more energy. So now I have swapped out the BD135 for a TIP35C and used a different secondary coil. Much better results. The circuit is essentially the same so easy to setup
Simple Slayer Exciter circuit using common 2n2222 transistor a 7K resister LED and coil. It runs from a 9 volt battery, here I used 8 volts from a power supply current limited to 200 milli amp.
Building a little slayer exciter circuit I noticed the LED lit without the power supply switched on. So I decided to investigate further… Probably power left in the output capacitors of the power supply?
Nearly 6 months into my electronics hobby, still loving it. There is so much to learn sometimes I think my poor old brain, lol. Anyway’s, after playing with some Zener diodes I got them mixed up and then got confused about which were which. I have to put them back in the right baggies so I found a method of figuring the forward voltage. I hope to demonstrate my simple understanding. Can this old dog learn a few new tricks?
5th attempt to make this video. I switched to a Linux machine and the video quality was not good. I am back on windows 8.1 pro but have half built another machine for Linux. I liked the video editing software on Linux but the cam capture software was not good codex quality. Anyways, that’s nothing to do with the DS1302 Clock KIt off eBay and from Asia. I like this little kit and was a great second attempt at SMD work. This video shows the basic functions of the clock.
My second attempt at SMD soldering. This is quite a nice little clock.
Been buying them clock kits again. This DS1302 Rotating LED Electronic Digital Clock Kit has a temperature sensor and is actually nice to look at.
This is also my second attempt at SMD soldering and things are a little better, I am getting used to the tiny sizes.
DSO138 Oscilloscope kit.
Looks like they have cleaned it up a bit or at least on the test signal. Will hook it up to JYE Tech FG085 Function Generator tomorrow and see what it looks like.