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Subject: Modulating HVDC with a transformer

Date: 11/03/00 at 3:10 AM
Posted by: Peter Nielsen
E-mail: pnielsen@one.net.au
Message Posted:

I need to convert repetitive analog waveforms, in the range of 1Hz-1KHz, to somewhere in the order of 10-20KV at reasonable fidelity. I am driving a capacitive load, so only a few milliamps are needed. Previous inquiry leads me to believe the best approach is to feed HVDC through the secondary of a transformer and apply the AC to the lower impedance primary. Can you offer any pointers on the best way of doing this, any pitfalls, etc? Also how to eliminate feedback from the load. Thanks for your response.

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