high-frequency battery-charger

Posted on Oct 21, 2012

The waveforms in Figure 1 illustrate good and bad power-factor conditions. Trace A, at the top of the figure, is the voltage common to the current waveforms below. Trace B is an ideal current, in phase, with a 1.0 power factor and delivering peak current of 7.07A.

The waveforms in traces C, D, and E, result in poor power factors of 0.80. Trace C shows how switch-mode equipment can create very high-peak currents13.26A in this caseeven though the waveform is in phase with the voltage. Trace D show a l

Leave Comment

characters left:

New Circuits



Popular Circuits

Active SubWoofer
Leak Detector
LED Ultraviolet exposure box
Tone generator with 555
807 and 1625 Valves as power amplifiers
Simple Mobile Phone Battery Charger
Robotrex Robotic Dinasaur
gsm cell phone jammer circuit
ic speech
Linkswitch-lp Design Guide Flyback Design Guide
Examples of Digital Filters
Remote Controlled Locomotive
Frequency Multipliers
A circuit diagram of a danger zone warning device