tinyTesla is the DIY mini musical Tesla coil kit that anyone can build. Heat up your soldering iron and prepare your tools! Once complete, tinyTesla shoots four-inch sparks, plays music and wirelessly excites fluorescent tubes.
Ideal for Newcomers to the Hobby
tinyTesla is easy to build thanks to a low component count, making it ideal for budding coilers who are seeking a first coil, students looking for an eye-catching science fair project, or the casual electronics enthusiast looking for an exciting new gadget to build. By taking advantage of modern technologies and machine-wound secondaries, it achieves a small, compact size. And at under 50W of power (during typical usage), tinyTesla opens up a wide array of exciting operation and installation possibilities.
tinyTesla Has Everything you Need
The tinyTesla kit comes with all of the electronic and hardware components you need to build your singing Tesla coil. A pre-wound secondary coil on a clear acrylic former is included, so that you won't have to wind 600 turns of hair-thin wire by hand! We also include a beautiful spun metal toroid, extruded anodized chassis for the USB interrupter, weighted breakout point, and other accessories. You will need a soldering iron, paint-on or spray-on varnish, and hand tools to build the kit.
If you have wondered how to build a Tesla coil but didn't know where to start, constructing a kit will provide guidance and a design you know will work if properly assembled. Our support forum provides assistance if you run into problems, and replacement parts are only a click away.
USB Plug-and-Play Connectivity
tinyTesla is the first of its kind as a USB-controlled Tesla coil kit. The interrupter connects directly over USB to a Windows, Mac, or Linux laptop and operates as a standard USB MIDI device. This means it will work with your favorite MIDI software out of the box. We also offer a downloadable, simple-to-use control panel for basic song playback and MIDI analysis.
For those looking for a richer feature set, tinyTesla is also compatible with our SD card interrupter, which has a MIDI-in jack for connecting to instruments and standalone file playback from a Micro SD card.