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    Plasma Ball 3.5 Inch Electric Nebula Lightening Ball, Touch Sensitive, Parties Decorations


    • INTERACTIVE: These Plasma Ball 3.5 Inch light have two different interactive modes. The 1st mode is a touch-sensitive show of multi-colored lights and the 2nd mode reacts to your touch and sound!
    • EFFECTIVE AND FUN: With Tradeopia sound-activated plasma ball light you can experience the power of static electricity with your, friends, and family. And you can share the charm of this lightning plasma ball on your social accounts with a video.
    • GREAT FOR DECORATION: This sensory-moon plasma ball is a great piece of decor for your bedroom, kids room, living room, office, or anywhere else! It’ll create a super cool science-like atmosphere.
    • EXCITING GIFT SURPRISE:  If he/she is full of curiosity or likes to explore science, they will absolutely be attracted to this steampunk plasma ball sound sensitive. Such a special gift will definitely make them feel excited and interested.
    • [EDUCATIONAL TOY] With Tradeopia genius Plasma Ball 3.5 Inch lightning sphere you can learn about noble gases and their interaction with electricity plasma ball! The Tesla coil in the center emits high-voltage alternating electric currents through the plasma, composed of noble gases.

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    Nikola Tesla invented a plasma lamp in 1894 February 6. The patent he registered was for one of the first high-intensity discharge lamps. Tesla used an incandescent-type lamp globe with a single internal conductive element and excited the element with high-voltage currents from a Tesla coil, thus creating the brush discharge emanation. He gained patent protection on a particular form of the lamp in which a light-giving small body or button of refractory material is supported by a conductor entering a very highly exhausted globe or receiver.

    Many years later, the technology needed to formulate gas mixtures used in today’s plasma spheres was not available to Tesla at that time. Modern lamps typically use combinations of xenon, krypton and neon, although other gases can be used as well. These gas mixtures, along with different glass shapes and integrated-circuit-driven electronics, create the vivid colors, range of motions and complex patterns seen in today’s plasma Ball.

    Basic Operation

    The plasma ball operates when voltage is introduced in the miniature Plasma Ball 3.5 Inch and creates an electric field inside the ball. As the electrode is negatively charged, the escaping electrons are introduced into the larger glass ball, where they interact with positively charged ions floating around inside. A concurrent oscillating voltage is introduced, changing the electric field and the path of the electrons, resulting in the tentacles – which, at this point, are invisible – that strike the inside of the larger glass ball.

    Safety With a Plasma Ball

    A plasma ball is a high-voltage electrical device and should be used with caution. The frequencies it emits may interfere with cell phones, Wi-Fi and cordless phones. Because the plasma ball emits electromagnetic radiation, it can interfere with pacemakers. All care should be taken if trying to use the plasma ball to create burning or fire effects, and nothing flammable should be left in contact with the plasma ball.

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