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Grenadier's guide to High Voltage!
posted March 23 2011 21:55.08 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I've featured in the past many projects from teravolt. This time, i got an email from intructables user grenadier about a new guide, titled "Grenadier's guide to High Voltage". At first, i thought that this would be a brief description of a project or something like this. But this dude has some major experience with High Voltage projects, which he wants to share with us. So, what he uploaded is a 62-pages guide to HV, covering different methods to generate it like with microwave transformer, neon sign transformer, oil burner ignition transformer and mooooooooooreeeee... So, if you plan to work with such things, i really suggest you take a look at this guide first. Thanks [grenadier]! Good work!

P.S. Do not forget to visit his site as well.



And here are some cool things that you can do with HV!

Nice arcs, big arcs, more arcs






Jacob's ladder






ZVS Driver


[Link: grenadier]
Tags: how it works   extreme   theory/tutorial   articles   electronic project   physics   diy   high voltage   
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