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High voltage pulse generator

High voltage pulse generator

1000kv high voltage generator review (depressing

[english] The design of the high-voltage pulse generator, as well as the experimental results obtained, are defined. The generator’s pulse shaping line is built on the foundation of a modified double shaping line. The step-up pulsed transformer is used at the beginning of the generator to provide a voltage pulse with an amplitude of 180-200 kV, a current of 1 kA, and a front of 200 ns. One portion of the generator’s pulse shaping line is a coaxial line filled with ferrite cores K 180x110x20 that is quickly connected at the end, while the other part is a normal coaxial line. On a 75 Ohm matched load, a pulse of 140-150 kV is achieved with a front time of approximately 5 ns and a flat time of 10 ns. The device is designed to produce high-current nanosecond electron beams.

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An integrated circuit for generating a power up reset pulse for a semiconductor device includes an on-chip voltage generator that receives an external voltage and produces an internal voltage, a CMOS inverter (MNH, MPH) biased between said external […] (N21), coupled to ground by an n-channel pull down transistor (MNI), and a p-channel pull up transistor (MP) biased by the external voltage, connected to ground by an n-channel pull down transistor (MNI).
Device for regulating a generator (18) with a field winding (24) and a voltage regulator (26) that regulates the output voltage of the latter by influencing the field current of the latter and has temperature detection means (10) the generator being designed such that, with heavy loading and/or high external temperature, particularly at a low generator rotational speed, an allowed limit is exceeded.

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The need for appropriate, personalized pulse generators for Plasma ionization applications has fueled the field of high voltage pulsing technology. This isn’t, however, the only application. To construct pulse generators, there are a few basic concepts to follow. Different methods can be best depending on the requirement profile.
Pulse generators in the RUP Series (Rossendorf Universal Pulse Generator) can handle a broad range of load impedances and have a wide range of pulse parameters, such as frequency, pulse duration, and amplitude. The RUP series provides roughly rectangular pulses with freely adjustable pulse width in all versions.
The RUP3 series of high-voltage pulse generators consists of a high-voltage power supply linked to a semiconductor module. This topology allows for entirely arbitrary pulse widths and service cycles of up to 100%. (DC operation). Protective resistors in the load provide protection against overcurrent and short circuits. As a result, the RUP3 pulse generators are better suited to high-resistance loads of small to medium capacity. The RUP3 series of pulse generators are extremely fast; rise times of 50 ns are common, particularly with devices with output resistances of 50-100 Ohm.

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Barth Electronics, Inc. is launching a new line of high voltage pulse generators in the 700 series! The New Model 731 generates pulses with a rise time of 200ps and an amplitude of 500 volts by 3kV. The New Model 733 generates pulses with a rise time of 200ps and an amplitude of 500 volts through 5kV. These new models also replaced the previous Models 632 and 732. The Model 790 is still available, as shown below.
The Model 731 high voltage pulse generator generates pulses with a rise time of 200ps, a voltage of 500 volts, and an amplitude of 3kV, which can be driven into any load impedance through 50 ohm coax. The generator will produce pulses with a minimum width of 1.5ns and a maximum width of 400ns. The charge line length determines the rectangular output pulse frequency. This HV pulse generator can be used for HPM, impulse controlled antennas, dry run simulation, and HV pulse checking, to name a few applications.
The Model 733 high voltage pulse generator generates pulses with a rise time of 200ps, a voltage of 500 volts, and an amplitude of 5kV, which can be driven into any load impedance through 50 ohm coax. The generator will produce pulses with a minimum width of 1.5ns and a maximum width of 400ns. The charge line length determines the rectangular output pulse frequency. This HV pulse generator can be used for HPM, impulse controlled antennas, dry run simulation, and HV pulse checking, to name a few applications.