Calculation for voltage from sinewave

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by balajivenky06, Jul 15, 2009.

  1. balajivenky06

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    How to get -10volts DC from 10 volts peak to peak sine wave??How to Design the circuit??
     
  2. beenthere

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    Peak-to-peak means positive peak to negative peak. Many oscillator circuits exist - we need the desired frequency.
     
  3. AdrianN

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    1. You can design a negative peak detector, or
    2. Rectify the signal, average it and then invert and amplify it to -10V.
     
  4. russ_hensel

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    Use a votage doubler, followed by a regulator. Why are you doing this? A power supply? A detectror?
     
  5. mik3

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    This is a very general question.
    Where you get the 10V peak to peak?
    Why do you need -10V DC?
    How many amps?
     
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