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Re: Voltage Multiplication Circuits
THe latter... Each diode (or cap) needs to withstand 2V, where V is the
peak voltage from the AC source.
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> Subject: Voltage Multiplication Circuits
> Date: Friday, November 05, 1999 7:11 AM
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> Original Poster: "jw" <jwhitmor-at-muscanet-dot-com>
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> I have a question about the capacitors in a Cockcroft-Walton
> style voltage multiplier circuit. Does the voltage rating need to exceed
to
> total device emf from end to end, or just the difference between the
input
> and output of each respective stage? I assume whatever is true for the
> caps, is true for the
> rectifiers also (?).
>
> Thanks for all the help!
>
>