Magnetic Pulser circuit. Please help me...

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  1. metaxa5

    Thread Starter New Member

    Sep 13, 2010
    Hi all,

    I have found a magnetic pulser circuit on the internet, attached png, and I would like to build it hoping that this will help me with my 10 years now Multiple sclerosis disease.
    The input voltage is 110VAC, capacitors are flash capacitors rated at 330V. With my little knowledge in electronics I can guess that, there must be a voltage doubler or tripler in this circuit. The problem is that in my country we use 230VAC as input, so I have two options.
    Buy a 110 to 230VAC transformer (very expensive solution, I don't know also how many amps or watts) or remove the voltage doubler-tripler, working direct from 230VAC.
    Can you high skill experts tell me what components do I have to remove in order this circuit to work in 230VAC please?

    Thanx in advance for your help
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  2. panic mode

    Senior Member

    Oct 10, 2011
    this is what you have


    to adapt it for 220-230VAC, you could use something like this. note that two of diodes are turned around (D2 and D4) to form full wave rectifier (bridge).
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