DIY homemade wireless power transmission
Homemade wireless power transmission simplest wireless transmission of electricity (Do it you self . DIY Project)
In this article we will show you how to make a Wireless Transfer of Energy Transmitter means you can transmit electricity with out wires! so for the construction of this project you need some components
- 26 to 30 gauge copper wire (Magnet wire)
- One AA battery
- 2N2222 Transistor
Diagram of Wireless Transmitter.
This Project consist of Receiver and Transmitter
Make a coil of 15 turns and connect LED to its ends.
First take a PVC pipe and whirl wire on it 7 times after leaving the wire of 3 inches now make loop for centre terminal and whirl it again 7 times. In the end you will get three terminals now take 2N2222 transistor and connect its base to one end of coil and collector to other end of coil now connect the emitter to negative terminal of AA battery. The center terminal of coil will be connected with positive terminal of AA battery and your transmitter is ready. Now place the receiver coil almost 1 inch above transmitter and you will see LED glowing.
How does wireless power transmission work
The basics of wireless power involve the transmission of energy from a transmitter to a receiver via an oscillating magnetic field.
To achieve this, Direct Current (DC) supplied by a power source, is converted into high frequency Alternating Current (AC) by specially designed electronics built into the transmitter. The alternating current energizes a copper wire coil in the transmitter, which generates a magnetic field. Once a second (receiver) coil is placed within proximity of the magnetic field, the field can induce an alternating current in the receiving coil. Electronics in the receiving device then converts the alternating current back into direct current, which becomes usable power.
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