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Subject: Re: High Voltage current generator

Date: 02/21/02 at 6:27 PM
Posted by: Russ Kincaid
E-mail: russlk@yahoo.com
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In Reply to: High Voltage current generator posted by NDA on 02/21/02 at 2:39 PM:

If you have the option of putting the 1K load at high voltage, use an NPN transistor. The collector output is a current source. You need at least 40 watts of power. The MJ10012 would be a good choice. If the load is grounded, use a PNP transistor, the MJ11021 would work.

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