Voltage Multiplier

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Fighter posted this 18 March 2024

Hello,

Something very useful for our experiments: a voltage multiplier.

Sometimes we have an AC transformer we could use in our experiments but we need DC voltage higher than the transformer can provide or a range of higher DC voltages we can choose from.

Well, we can build a simple circuit with capacitors and diodes to get a range of DC voltages from the output of that AC transformer like this:

 

More details about how the circuit works here.

In my Don Smith Effect experiments I use voltage boosters because they are cheap but if you have an AC transformer and a bunch of capacitors and diodes already available in your stock and you want to put them at work then you can make your own voltage booster for free.

Regards,

Fighter

"If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration."
Nikola Tesla
Fighter posted this 18 March 2024

Hello,

Something very useful for our experiments: a voltage multiplier.

Sometimes we have an AC transformer we could use in our experiments but we need DC voltage higher than the transformer can provide or a range of higher DC voltages we can choose from.

Well, we can build a simple circuit with capacitors and diodes to get a range of DC voltages from the output of that AC transformer like this:

 

More details about how the circuit works here.

In my Don Smith Effect experiments I use voltage boosters because they are cheap but if you have an AC transformer and a bunch of capacitors and diodes already available in your stock and you want to put them at work then you can make your own voltage booster for free.

Regards,

Fighter

"If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration."
Nikola Tesla
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