From: Watson 'Atto Parsec' Name
Subject: Re: Pentupler voltage multiplier info??
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Date: Wed, 18 Dec 2002 04:24:36 -0800
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> Good Day All,
> I'm looking for pentupler info. I know very little about them, but I'm
> hoping it can supply a 5X voltage boost at femtoamp to nanoamp current
> levels (to power the low power stages of a photomultiplier tube).
> I've done yahoo, askalltheweb, jeeves and ebay searches…no hits.
> Is there really such a thing or is the pentupler voltage multiplier a
> rumor…or is it the best kept secret around??
You don't say anything about what voltage you want or what supply
voltage you have, etc. A Cockcroft-Walton voltage multiplier is
probably what you want.
> All replies appreciated.
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