I'm trying to create a high voltage power supply with a flyback transformer, IRFZ44N and a 220 Ohm resistor. (200 ohm in the diagram should be 220 Ohm ) Here's my schematic. My problem is that the wires connected to drain and source of the mosfet becomes burning hot and melt the...
For reference, I have included the full schematic as an attachment and the board layout for reference.
The general theory of operation: I have a Rasberry pi to act as a UI and the pi is connected to an Arduino via USB serial connector. The Ardunio sits on the board as a hat and this works...
input is 15kV 15ma (as is on attached picture) going into capacitor bank
diode is a Single Phase high-voltage diode rectifier silicon reactor
Model: PRHVP 2A-20 (HVP 20 HVP2A-20) 2A20KV
Size: 18 x 19 x 75mm (Height * Width * Length )
Operating Temperature: -40 ° C ~ + 175 ° C
I recently bought myself a HVGEN10AC v3.1 to drive my Cockroft-Walton Voltage Multiplier. At 24V input it can produce 10kVpp. I want to connect it to my multiplier but the transformer only has 1 HV-Output and the Voltage Multiplier needs 2. As you've probably already noticed I'm very new...
I have the opportunity to experiment with various permaculture systems.
Recently, I started growing Shiitake mushrooms on the small scale.
Since contamination is a challenge for mushroom farmers, I started thinking if there is a way to pull spores and other contaminants out of the air...