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From: "Joe Danisi"
Subject: Re: design DC dropout test set-up
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Date: Fri, 08 Nov 2002 03:55:49 GMT
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the application would be strictly for test purpose. If in case their is a
power outage our a momentary surge.
"Joe Danisi" wrote in message
> Hello Everyone,
> I am new to this news group I would like to start by saying hello to all
> within the newsgroup.
> I hope someone can guide me in the right direction in designing a test
> set-up for DC voltage dropouts and variations?
> The applications is as follows:
> 1.I require to start at a nominal 48 VDC and increase to 75volts in =
> rise and be able to vary the duration for the on time from 0-20ms. Please
> note I would like to come up with a configuration were it could handle up
> 100 amps.
> 2. same as above but dropout from nominal 48 volts to zero volts.
> In addition, I would like a set-up to keep any arc or transient voltage
> switching down to a minimal.
> If anyone can help it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
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