Tesla Coil Model

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Original price was: 799.00₹.Current price is: 399.00₹.

Tesla Coil Model, inspired by Nikola Tesla’s pioneering designs. Explore high-voltage, low-current, high-frequency electricity through hands-on experimentation and learning.

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Explore the wonders of electricity with our Tesla Coil Model, inspired by Nikola Tesla’s groundbreaking work. This educational kit replicates Tesla’s original electrical resonant transformer circuit, offering a hands-on experience in high-voltage experimentation.


  • Replicates Nikola Tesla’s original 1891 design for high-voltage electricity production.
  • Educational tool for understanding electromagnetic principles and resonant circuits.
  • Includes all necessary components for assembly and experimentation.
  • Provides a captivating visual display of electricity generation and resonance.

Components Included:

  1. Tesla Coil
  2. 2 x 2N2222A Transistors
  3. 2 x Battery Caps
  4. 2 x LEDs
  5. 2 x Resistors
  6. 1 x Switch
  7. 1 x Cardboard Base
  8. 2 x Batteries
  9. 1 x Small Neon Bulb
  10. 1 x Ball with Foil


  1. Assemble the components on the cardboard base according to the provided instructions.
  2. The 2N2222A transistors serve as switches, controlling the flow of current through the coil.
  3. When the switch is turned on, the circuit activates, and the Tesla coil begins to resonate.
  4. The resonating coil generates a high-frequency alternating current, producing high-voltage electricity.
  5. The LEDs and small neon bulb illuminate, indicating the presence of electricity in the circuit.
  6. Experiment with different configurations to observe the fascinating effects of electromagnetic resonance.


  • Ideal for science enthusiasts, students, and educators interested in electricity and electromagnetism.
  • Suitable for STEM education, science fairs, and classroom demonstrations.
  • Provides a hands-on learning experience in electrical engineering and experimental physics.