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Re: DC powered Coil single phase 14.4KV 5KVA pig DCPTC ?-)
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Original poster: Finn Hammer <f-h@xxxx>
You don`t really need a DC supply to do what you want.
You can get equal bangsize with a sync gap, provided you use unequal
spacing btwn the electrodes.
The incoming waveform of the AC supply is of litle relevance in an inductor
limited supply, where energy is stored whenever current is flowing. You can
have the high voltage at surprising points on the AC supply.
Take a look at my page where I show hoe Equal bangsize is acheived at
300BPS @50Hz with staggered electrodes.
All it takes is a bit of simulation with Microsim.
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> Original poster: Jim Lux <jimlux@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I want to run at more than 120 charges per second, that's why the DC power
supply is handy. You're no longer limited to multiples of 60Hz where the
line volage is just high enough to use.