42 kHz 30v p-p Oscillator Circuit

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  1. Mad Professor

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    Good Day All.

    I was wondering if anyone might be able to help me with making a 42 kHz 30v Oscillator Circuit.

    I need a pulsed output voltage of 30volts @ 42 kHz with a 50% dutycycle.

    What would be the best way about doing this?

    Thanks for your time.

    Best Regards.
     
  2. t06afre

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    And what current do you need?
     
  3. Wendy

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    A good question. Another question, what kind of stability do you need? A 555 may be able to do the basic oscillator if you're not too picky, and then add a transistor driver afterwards.
     
  4. Mad Professor

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    Current is nothing big, around 500ma (15-20 Watts).

    I would like the freq as close as possible to 42 kHz a +/- 5%, Idealy less then 2%.
     
  5. t06afre

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    What is your waveform specification, is it 0 to 30 volt, or +/- 15 volt. Please be more specific then you are asking question. If you had given us the full spec in your first question. You would probably have got your solution by now
     
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  7. Wendy

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    Actually, he did specify a P-P voltage, 30V. I interpret pulsed as square, though there are other shapes, but 50% duty cycle cinches it IMO. Since transistor drivers (or MOSFETs) are a given, and neither the 555 nor CMOS 555 can reach the power supply, the type of 555 is moot IMO, though the CMOS 555 Hysteretic Oscillator will be a true 50%.

    This is how I would do it. A regular 555 will work in this design, but it won't be 50%. A CMOS 555 will. Adjust the resistor for your frequency. There are no protections for the output drive, you overload the transistors they will burn out.

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  8. Mad Professor

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    Thanks for your replys.

    I will grab the needed parts over the next few days.

    I will report back once tested.

    Thanks again.
     
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