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Re: HV power supply
Original poster: "by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <Tesla729-at-cs-dot-com>
In a message dated 5/13/02 7:20:26 AM Pacific Daylight Time, tesla-at-pupman-dot-com
Paul Marshall wrote:
<< Sorry, I see two problems here one with 10 ma youll never charge your cap.
The energy will bleed off faster than you can apply it. The second problem 5
Kj isn't enough to shrink quarters. You have to be above 6 and preferable 7
Kj to get started.
David Rieben wrote:
I'm needing something like this to charge my
>(2) 100 uFD, 10 kV energy discharge caps for my quarter shrinker
>safely within a reasonable time frame ( < 2 minutes for a 10 kJ
>charge is what I'm aiming for).
You may be right about the 10 mA, but (2) 100 uFD, 10 kV capacitors
in parallel (200 uFD -at- 10 kV) is 10 kJ, not 5 kJ. (.5 CV*V = Joules)