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Author Topic: Understanding this Tesla's Circuit  (Read 3254 times)

Offline Magnethos

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Understanding this Tesla's Circuit
« on: August 02, 2011, 01:53:27 PM »
I found this picture some time ago in Don Smith's book,
but I want to understand how it works

I have the interest in the bottom right, mainly, and in the bottom left because they seem to work in a similar way. The thing I don't understand right know if why the circuit in the bottom right uses 2 positives and 1 negative. I remember to make the test of using 2 small batteries in the right and 3 small batteries in the left. The 2 are connected in series and the 3 batt are in series, the 2 batt block and the 3 batt block where connected - to - and finally the lamp was using only the positive poles of each block of batteries. Is the Tesla's circuit similar to that idea?

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