13KV High voltage power supply

Posted on Sep 25, 2012

This high-voltage power supply has an inverter around Q1 that supplies 150-V pulses to the converter of SCR1 and C2. The output of ?2 is a 4.5-kV pulse that is multiplied by the voltage-tripler network (right) to produce 13.5 kV.

13KV High voltage power supply
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R1 is a 3k to 500K CT transistor audio transforfiler, L2 is a flash tube trigger transformer with a 6-kV secondary.

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Keval    Aug 7, 2020

Which type of T1 and T2 are use in this circuit

Mayur   Aug 7, 2020

Hey, nice to hear about! Can i know which type of transformer used over here a T1 and T2?

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