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In this article I will talk about how to make Kachrov Brovina relatively small power with the same set of parts. So what is a “kacher”, in essence it is a kind of Tesla coil, which I am a resonant transformer with which you can get a huge high-frequency voltage and therefore a strong electromagnetic field that has quite interesting properties. And so we will leave the words and move on to the installation assembly process itself.
But of course, before you assemble, you need to understand how it works and what it is assembled from.
Here is the installation diagram.

The circuit is powered by a 220 V network voltage, which, before going directly to the main generator part, is rectified through the D1 diode and lowered by means of a choke, I used a 12 volt transformer which is turned on by a 220 winding, in other words, we take two wires to which the network is connected to the transformer 220 and one of them is also connected to 220 and the second goes to power quality to capacitor C1. Now let's move on to the resistors, R2 you can use medium power, I used the Soviet medium size, as for R1, I just didn’t have such a charge and I used 4 to 12 KOhm of high power and all the resistors remained cold even after a long work. Now let's touch the transistor with the most scarce part of the installation. KT828 can be taken only as a last resort if it is not possible to get imported ones, namely the Panasonic transistor C5244A showed excellent work but don’t repeat my mistakes, don’t try to remove the throttle or set it very small, in my case I removed it altogether and the transistor exploded quite slightly. You can use 2SA1943 and similar voltage and current parameters, the transistor, as usual in these cases, is placed on the radiator.
Here is all the electronics.

We solder everything according to the scheme and that's what I got

Now the main part is not very technological and terribly boring part. We wind the coil L1 (primary) With a copper wire, a diameter of at least 5 mm About 5 -7 turns, the diameter of the coil is about 14 cm.

Now, what many do not undertake to assemble such installations for is winding L2 (secondary) Plastic pipe with a diameter of 5 cm, a height of 25-30 cm is possible enough if patience is enough. I wound two coils with wire of different diameters
The first is 0.2-0.3 wire and 25 cm high.

And with a diameter of 0.5-0.8 mm To a height of 35 cm.

(The light on the left is just a lamp. This is not a quality effect)
All the same, they managed to get more effect from the second coil, due to obviously more area.

And now we actually collect as in the photo above and below.

The first start (if everything works) do not delay, start for 1-2 minutes and see how the transistor and other parts are heated so as not to overheat them during prolonged operation.
Do not try to touch all metal parts; it is life threatening!
So it all worked for me the first time I turned it on, if everything is done correctly, you will have the same thing. If not. Change the ends of the primary, check if the transistor and diode are "alive"
Now, actually, for the sake of what we have all done
1. Corona discharge
This is a discharge that comes off the free end of the secondary which should be pointed, it is better to take the needle.It looks very beautiful, purple crown. A corona discharge creates the so-called electric wind, i.e. you can notice a small breeze smelling of ozone, on this effect the so-called "ion engine" is going. If you touch the discharge with your finger there will be no pain. As a high-frequency current passes over the surface of the skin, some sources say that it has a vasodilating effect and it’s almost a panacea that saves from all diseases, I personally haven’t noticed anything except a tiny burn and a little smoke from my finger. But Nikola Tesla, who actually discovered the high-frequency current and subjected his body to discharges, lived to be 86 years old. But I still do not advise abusing such experiences. Yes, and the discharge begins to come out of the knife in the hand, if you bring it to the coils of the secondary. Also, the discharge does not have a small temperature, lighter gas easily ignites in the vicinity and you can even make a thin sheet of paper smolder.

The camera does not convey the beauty of this phenomenon.
2. HF Field
We are talking about the electromagnetic field that surrounds the kacher, this is a high frequency field. In fact, it does not do anything magical. Although it may be “uninitiated” this will seem like a miracle. If you take a discharge lamp in your hand, bring it to the quality, it will light up in your hands and quite brightly, I could easily light two lamps with a power of even 36W, while the effect of certain stripes was observed in the lamp, it looks pretty pretty, (for those who dreamed of play star wars)
Here is the lamp at 18W


Lighting, two on 18W

Also, by the means of the same field, one can demonstrate the effect of the transmission of electricity to a distance without wires. For this, another coil is required, preferably with exactly the same parameters (number of turns, wire cross-section, etc.) in this case, a much better effect can be achieved. We assemble the backup coil and install the same as the radiating coil. The difference is that a diode bridge is connected to the outputs of the primary

It is necessary to take high-frequency diodes, due to the fact that I couldn’t find any at hand, I could not verify this effect, but there was a voltage in the secondary, discharges that could be pulled out of the understudy spoke about this.
That's actually all I wanted to say about this device.

The author does not bear any responsibility for your life and health, the voltage of 220V is life threatening, it is recommended that you read the safety precautions before assembly. It also has a harmful effect on the RF field surrounding the kacher. I advise you to take breaks.

 Wishing to repeat good luck!

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Comments (69)
  1. Vvlad
    #1 Vvlad Guests September 4, 2011 21:37
    Cool ...
    \ wacko
    #2 STALKER Guests September 11, 2011 14:39
    class, only I am not friends with transformers, specify details, please. wink
    better write down all the details you recommend.
  3. Veent
    #3 Veent Guests September 11, 2011 15:28
    Panasonic transistor C5244A
    Helper diode, larger capacitor
    Everything in the article is
    #4 STALKER Guests September 11, 2011 10:12 PM
    and where did you get the transformer?
  5. Veent
    #5 Veent Guests September 12, 2011 22:48
    From BP cash box seems (long time ago)
    It is at 12 and 24 volts, but just at 12, too, is suitable
  6. TRP
    #6 TRP Guests October 20, 2011 13:17
    Tell me, buddy .. what is the second coil on the pipe? ...
    And how is it included in the circuit?
  7. Veent
    #7 Veent Guests October 20, 2011 16:00
    Just initially there was a desire to wind with thin wire but did not have the patience. Do not pay attention to her.
  8. CAH9I
    #8 CAH9I Guests November 15, 2011 11:26
    why a transformer, I have a cutter from the scanner power supply, DC is working.
  9. roma777
    #9 roma777 Guests November 16, 2011 21:48
    amperage 12v transformer and kt805a frequency more beautiful
  10. dmr
    #10 dmr Guests December 4, 2011 01:26
    The battle after the inclusion of this device in the network - 2 cm discharge, then decreases. The discharge decreases due to counter-EMF trance. I visited without a dance - the transistor burned and probably the diode, I did not look yet, but it shied well. Fuse blown on 20A in the pilot. wink
  11. Veent
    #11 Veent Guests December 4, 2011 16:57
    This can also happen due to the heating of the transistor. Try to increase the area of ​​the radiator.
  12. dmr
    #12 dmr Guests December 5, 2011 18:43
    It can be slightly improved. The transistor (mine 2SC5200) has Uke = 230V Ube = 5V, so if you exclude the inductor at the input, then the collector-emitter voltage is about 220 * (root of 2), and this is higher than the maximum allowable Uke. Well, pennies fall on the inductor - I don’t count them. Next, look at Ube. The maximum allowable voltage BE = 5V. I would ask 0.7. Conclusion: we make an input trans with a secondary to 157v, then after the capacitor there will be 220v DC voltage. Then we go through Uke. The dividend from R1R2 is recounted. R1 = 56kΩ; R2 = 250kΩ. What is your opinion?
  13. dmr
    #13 dmr Guests December 9, 2011 10:50
    A huge request to the author of the article to write the type of transformer.
  14. Veent
    #14 Veent Guests December 9, 2011 19:54
    The type of transformer is not known (pulled out of the device) Trans input 220v output 12 and 24 (two windings) everything is in the article
  15. Veent
    #15 Veent Guests December 9, 2011 19:59
    The idea is good, but there is one drawback personally, I rarely met transformers with such an output voltage, but only 110V, and I only saw such transfers in very old TVs and muses. Centers. Well, and the dimensions of such a transformer are not small. But if you find it, I think it will turn out not bad
  16. serjik
    #16 serjik Guests December 17, 2011 10:10
    Tell me the power frequency of 50Hz? Does it work from a regular network?
  17. feelloff
    #17 feelloff Guests December 18, 2011 09:45
    You can answer this question yourself. To do this, open your eyes and learn to read. Then you need to read all the letters above.
  18. serjik
    #18 serjik Guests December 18, 2011 12:12
    just write about some stringers, multipliers, from the TV, etc., and if not laziness write what diode?
  19. ja_pjanek
    #19 ja_pjanek Guests December 12, 2011 20:17
    which diode took?
  20. stepan
    #20 stepan Guests April 26, 2012 00:23
    Did this ogregat! the transformer used from the old TVK 110 LM telly (heats up very much over time) reeled up the secondary wire on a PVC pipe with a diameter of 4 mm, a wire of 0.56 (took the same telly from the demagnetization strip) 4 mm primary wire-transistor-C5244 diode-D245 of a rezuki-two quilted jackets. ****************** Lamps light up only when you bring them close to the primary, the discharge from the free secondary wire does not stand out! ? Please tell me!
  21. Veent
    #21 Veent Guests April 26, 2012 09:28
    [b] stepan [/ b],
    Well, if at least it works like that, then everything is fine and then you only need to increase the number of turns in diameter or switch to more powerful methods of powering the coil
  22. stepan
    #22 stepan Guests April 26, 2012 21:36
    thanks, I will try.
  23. stepan
    #23 stepan Guests April 26, 2012 21:39
    Another question: is a multicore wire suitable as a primary?
  24. Den ,,,
    #24 Den ,,, Guests May 2, 2012 15:24
    The kacher is good, write if you can please what power at the output of the trans-throttle (approximately), then to pick it up ?!
  25. Yura
    #25 Yura Guests June 19, 2012 13:20
    I have a question at the beginning: 1 wire goes from phase to tr., and 2 from 0 to diode? or is the diode powered by a battery?
  26. Veent
    #26 Veent Guests July 2, 2012 5:06 p.m.
    [b] Jura [/ b],
    The diode does not need power, it is powered by the sun, and at night by the energy of stars.
  27. paxich2
    #27 paxich2 Guests July 4, 2012 2:13 p.m.
    WHAT TRANSFORMER? Exact specifications ...
    Use just such a diode bridge? Its characteristics ...?
    I ask you not to be too lazy, find out and answer exactly all these questions! ...
  28. paxich2
    #28 paxich2 Guests July 10, 2012 14:19
    Transformers are divided into:
    oil and air cooled transformers;
    single-phase and multiphase electromagnetic devices;
    toroidal, rod, armored and armored transformers;
    double-winding and multi-winding;
    devices with concentric and alternating windings.
  29. paxich2
    #29 paxich2 Guests July 10, 2012 9:40 p.m.
    If the author does not answer my questions, this installation does not work or the author is too lazy to answer this (spent 230 on a transistor, 44 on resistors, there was a conder.)
  30. Veent
    #30 Veent Guests July 12, 2012 00:54
    [b] paxich2 [/ b],
    If you have such a wealth of knowledge in transformers, then you should have known him from a photograph. And if you copied this from Wikipedia, then go there by the bowl.
    Step-down transformer, single-phase, air-cooled, troidal, multi-winding with sequential windings.
    Take a step-down transformer from 220 V to 12 V and turn on the high-voltage winding in the circuit.
  31. FingerSave
    #31 FingerSave Guests July 24, 2012 21:53
    but there is a difference if you use aluminum or copper wire in the primary winding (made on aluminum does not work, I checked the circuit several times: transistor 2SA1943
    Conder such as in the diagram, similarly resistors) the transistor does not heat up at all
  32. paxich2
    #32 paxich2 Guests July 25, 2012 19:14
    Was I thinking of making a transformer myself or is it better to buy according to similar data?
  33. paxich2
    #33 paxich2 Guests July 25, 2012 8:10 PM
    Toroidal !? : belay: in the photo there is no such transformer that you described to me ... did you meet people who do not know how to explain and then they say they say hands grow from the wrong place ???
    You see, in order to purchase a transformer you need to know at least line current, line voltage, frequency and apparent power ...
    Thanks Stepan for the names of the transformer and diode (I hope it worked): no:
  34. FingerSave
    #34 FingerSave Guests July 25, 2012 20:34
    Tell me, I use an aluminum wire 4mm the transistor is already warming up and the diode also repeatedly checked the transistor and the diode is working (in the power supply circuit of the primary winding) but there are no signs of high voltages on the secondary (tried metal objects, lamps) Is there a difference to use copper or aluminum in the primary?
  35. Veent
    #35 Veent Guests July 27, 2012 18:39
    [b] paxich2 [/ b],
    I collected it having one photo of the entire device in poor quality, a diagram and not a single word of description. So it’s not an explanation ...
  36. FingerSave
    #36 FingerSave Guests July 28, 2012 13:11
    Is the circuit correct, if I'm not mistaken, 4 resistors (in general 2 kOhm) are connected in the photo to the negative terminal of the capacitor and the positive terminal to the resistor is 56 kOhm and vice versa on the circuit diagram?
  37. kira33
    #37 kira33 Guests July 28, 2012 16:40
    assembled a working class and how to get the most arc? circuit on kt828A smile and how to make him sing?
  38. FingerSave
    #38 FingerSave Guests July 28, 2012 21:03
    [b] kira33 [/ b],
    what was collected according to the photo or according to the scheme
  39. kira33
    #39 kira33 Guests July 29, 2012 9:22 p.m.
    I collected according to the scheme, instead of a transformer, I used a choke for a 40w DRL
  40. kira33
    #40 kira33 Guests July 29, 2012 9:28 p.m.
    try a choke with a resistance of 44-46 Ohms, the primary of copper 16 square 6 turns, if it does not work, change the ends of the power supply on the primary everything works for me though the arc is 3-4 cm
  41. kira33
    #41 kira33 Guests July 29, 2012 21:31
    that's just how to make him "sing", tell me the idea: recourse:
  42. kira33
    #42 kira33 Guests July 30, 2012 19:42
    I’ll look thank you))) communicate with me on you)))
  43. FingerSave
    #43 FingerSave Guests August 1, 2012 12:24
    Thanks, it turned out (changed the ends of the capacitor as in the photo)
    an arc of 1 cm, but I can still squeeze the secondary, tell me how much the effects increase if you increase the number of turns on the secondary by 2 times?
  44. kira33
    #44 kira33 Guests August 1, 2012 17:32
    I don’t know, my colleague got a spark up to [color = # FF0000] 7mi [/ color] centimeters just a cannon for 47 microfarads
  45. Stark
    #45 Stark Guests August 2, 2012 19:00
    Nehren doesn’t work, I did everything according to the scheme, but why, where do you describe p1 and P2, is the resistance already reversed, and can I put a throttle at 400 watts?
  46. kira33
    #46 kira33 Guests August 14, 2012 22:00
    Stark assemble according to the scheme strictly, it works 100% if you think which inductor to stick, then first use with a resistance of 40-46 Ohms, it should work !!!
  47. FingerSave
    #47 FingerSave Guests August 16, 2012 22:31
    [b] kira33 [/ b],
    But what if you apply an audio signal to the base-emitter section? I think it should work like a music kacher, I ask the views of the author of the scheme
  48. kira33
    #48 kira33 Guests August 18, 2012 22:11
    I don’t know, through a trance I started the field, a magnetic one appears, the trance “sings” and there is no spark; the trance worked like boost, took 220 / 5.5 v even the indicator screwdriver lit up to the beat and the lamp blinked and there was no spark ((((
  49. hack-tt
    #49 hack-tt Guests October 26, 2012 16:32
    [b] Veent [/ b], and which diode did you take? And please indicate R1 and R2 with the exact denominations, otherwise one is shown in the diagram, and the other is in the description ... thanks in advance.
  50. antoxan
    #50 antoxan Guests December 29, 2012 15:25
    it’s better to know the transistor kt805am smile

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