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12v exciter and Tesla wireless incandescent

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Published on Oct 1, 2011

good song, hope is always good. thanks GoW3 =D

demonstrating a basic principle in Tesla's wireless power transmission.
high voltage travels through the air and finds the conductive antenna, which runs down through one terminal of the auto bulb. the other terminal is virtual grounded to a piece of aluminum heatsink. (or vice versa depending on how they are aligned in comparison to the tower. one if picking up a lot of the voltage and one isnt)
as the voltage condenses into the resistance of the filament (much more than anywhere else in the circuit), it creates a current flow in the glowing filament as it travels to the virtual ground. a true earth ground or larger piece of metal would work much better as it would create a higher potential.

im not getting very good distance here, but u can clearly see the bulb is lighting with current completely wireless. with a better bulb, higher input, and better antenna setup, i could very well get some bright light at maybe a foot or so distance away from the tower, totally wireless.

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