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Voltage Multiplier or Voltage Doubler Circuits
 

Last Updated: October 09, 2017 03:39 PM

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120kV CW Tower -  A voltage multiplier that can increase an input voltage of 20kV six times.__ 

A Diode Ladder Multiplies Voltage Under Software Control -  12/01/11  EDN Design Ideas:  An eight-pin micro multiplies, monitors, and delivers a boosted voltage to a load.   __ Circuit Design by William Grill, Riverhead Systems, Greeley, CO

Circuit Forms Single-Pulse Voltage Multiplier -  18-Sep-03 EDN Design Ideas:  it is sometimes necessary for a microcontroller to generate a pulse whose voltage is higher than the power-supply voltage of the microcontroller.  The circuit in Figure 1 allows you to generate 14V pulses from a 5V power supply.  An adaptation of the circuit provide as a 5 to 12V programming pulse for programming the fuse bits in Atmel (www __ Circuit Design by Richard Cappels, Mesa, AZ

DC Voltage Multiplier Plans -  Build a circuit to boost the voltage of a DC power source using a MAX756 IC Chip.   __ Designed by REUK-Renewable Energy UK website

Digitally Programmable-Gain Amplifier Uses Divergent-Exponential Curve -  01/08/09  EDN Design Ideas:  The divergent-exponential and negative time constants are the core concepts of the DENT (differential-divergent-exponential-negative-time-constant] digitally programmable-gain-amplifier topology __ Circuit Design by W Stephen Woodward, Chapel Hill, NC

Diode Ladder Multiplies Voltage Under Software Control -  12/01/11  EDN Design Ideas:  An eight-pin micro multiplies, monitors, and delivers a boosted voltage to a load.   __ Circuit Design by William Grill, Riverhead Systems, Greeley, CO

High Current Voltage Regulation -  Connect voltage regulators in parallel to increase the current which can be regulated.   __ Designed by REUK-Renewable Energy UK website

LM317 smooths but doesn't regulate -  EDN Design Ideas:  06/03/2016    I once needed to clean up a power supply output, but it didn't need to be regulated.   A well known power supply circuit is the capacitance multiplier.  it doesn't regulate, but instead reduces ripple & noise while the output tracks at some fraction of the input voltage.   The R1/R2 voltage divider determines VOUT (a VBE below VB) , and must be chosen to account for the maximum ripple on the minimum ViN.   if ViN is regulated, the circuit can be used purely for low-level noise reduction.  in this case, only one resistor is needed if you want to minimize the drop. __ Circuit Design by Michael Dunn

Making Voltage Doublers & Multipliers -  Find out how to construct an AC voltage doubler circuit.  Extend it to a tripler circuit and more.   __ Designed by REUK-Renewable Energy UK website

Microcontroller Delivers Voltage-multiplied DC Power -  05/11/06 EDN Design Ideas:  Use the microcontroller's comparator and PWM blocks to form a simple inductor-based boost converter __ Circuit Design by Aaron Lager, Masterwork Electronics, Santa Rosa, CA

Postregulation technique efficiently supplies multiple output voltages -  01/15/98  EDN Design Ideas:  Various methods for regulating multiple-output power supplies exist.  An emerging technique--secondary-side postregulation, or SSPR--provide as advantages for high-frequency, high-power-density DC/DC converters.  Many electronic devices require two or more __ Circuit Design by Gedaly Levin, Cherry Semiconductor Corp

Push-Pull 845 - Schematic Only __ Designed by puechmor @ mygale.org

Single-Pulse Voltage Multiplier -  09/18/03  EDN Design Ideas:  it is sometimes necessary for a microcontroller to generate a pulse whose voltage is higher than the power-supply voltage of the microcontroller.  The circuit in Figure 1 allows you to generate 14V pulses from a 5V power supply.  An  __ Circuit Design by Richard Cappels, Mesa, AZ

Three Phase Voltage Multiplier -  The Cockcroft-Walton turbine voltage multiplier.   __ Designed by REUK-Renewable Energy UK website

Voltage doubler -  this circuit rougly doubles the voltage of the input, however the current output is low.  doubled output is at 'V source.  '  __ Designed by Andy Wilson

Voltage doubler improves accuracy -  5-Feb-09 EDN Design Ideas:  A transistor's low saturation voltage results in less loss __ Circuit Design by S Chekcheyev, Tiraspol, Moldova

Voltage Doubler uses Inherent Features of Push-Pull DC/DC Converter -  08/16/07 EDN Design Ideas:  Paralleled Darlingtons drive a wide-range voltage doubler __ Circuit Design by Ajoy Raman, Aeronautical Development Establishment, Bangalore, India

Voltage Multiplier -  A collection of simple but useful circuits made with silicon diodes.  Scroll to find the voltage multiplier circuit.   __ Designed by Jose Pino


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