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Subject: Re: High Voltage circuit
Date: Wed, 1 Jan 2003 10:47:57 -0500
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If you are doing a proof of principle, it would probably be helpful to buy
an off the shelf HV supply. Once you firm up your requirements, then you can
experiment with a home brew.
Here are a few manufacturers I have dealt with in the past:
Many of these manufacturers offer DC/DC converters with an unregulated
output. I had applied my own controls to keep costs down.
Also check out news:alt.energy.high-voltage Lot of tesla stuff there but a
general familiarity with HV apps.
Good luck and happy new year - Oppie
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"Govindarajan.S" wrote in message
| I am working on Electrostatic sprayer design.
| I need a High voltage developing circuit (DC - 30kV).
| If you have any designs (other than Inverter & Cockroft-voltage
| multistage multiplier combination) Please inform me.
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