Back to TechShop Pittsburgh Class Catalog
WKS901: Tesla Coil Design and Operation
Class Number 893-34000

Learn about design methods and operating principles of a traditional spark gap Tesla coil! Mathematical relationships and empirical measurements will be used to gain a greater understanding of high voltage electronics. We will be demonstrating these concepts on a giant homemade Tesla coil!

This is the perfect workshop for high-voltage electronics enthusiasts and for those who want to build their own Tesla coils.

About the Instructor: Mark Barlow teaches electronics classes at TechShop Pittsburgh. He has worked in the solar industry for five years and has cumulatively worked on 35 megawatts of solar power generation, including the first solar array in downtown Pittsburgh. Mark built his first Tesla coil in high school and continues to be an enthusiast of high voltage electronics.

TechShop Location: TechShop Pittsburgh
Room / Area: Electronics Lab
Instructor: Mark Barlow
 
Class Date: Saturday, May 25, 2013
Start Time: 6:00 PM
Class Length: 2 Hours
 
Price: $20.00
Lab Fee: None
 
Age Range: All (Contact the store to register students under 13.)
Min. Students: 3
Max Students: 6
Current Students: 6
Seats Left: 0
Sorry, this Class is Full! But We Have Another "Tesla Coil Design and Operation" Class with Seats Still Available:

Monday, 5/12/2014 Tesla Coil Design and Operation