Basic Tesla’s Experiments (Part 4) – Measuring Power Consumption
(300W Motor and Wireless Power)

Maximum wirelessly transmitted power at a distance of 30 cm between the coils L1 and L2 is 69W. If the distance is increased to 70cm, then wirelessly transmitted power is 46W. The same measurements I performed with analogue instruments and got the same results. Measurements with analog devices have not demonstrated in this video.


Measuring wireless power - wireless electricity -  wireless power transfer
Measuring Wireless Power – Wireless Electricity – wireless power transfer

6 comments on “Basic Tesla’s Experiments (Part 4) – Measuring Power Consumption
(300W Motor and Wireless Power)

  1. Hi, Thanks for these wonderful experiments.

    Wondering what was the input power consumption?

    Do you have the measurement result on this aswell.

    • Hi, thank you for your support.
      Unfortunately for now I have no overunity. Energy consumption depends on the distance between the coils L1 and L2. The device consumes between 40% and 100% more power than the power consumed by the consumer (bulb or motor). What is especially interesting, is the largest consumption when near L1 no coils. Probably this energy is spent on radio wave radiation. When near the coil L1 is coil L2 consumption is significantly reduced. Currently optimized device – which will soon show.

  2. Just a idea. Why not point to point beamforming just like what a dish antenna has. In this way I will not waste power in radiation which is not captured by receiver.

  3. hello Sir great experiment !
    What is the power input in transmitter ?
    Nice job and good explain ! bravo
    à bientôt

  4. Hello. Incredible work. Could you indicate me what diodes are you using? I'm trying to rectify the voltage to DC with a half wave bridge with one ultra fast diode, but it does not work because I do not get DC current and the diode goes hot

    Thanks for your help. Kind regards

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