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Bringing Voltage from 4 Volts to 1000 (or slightly more)

Discussion in 'General Electronics Discussion' started by LoM, Oct 10, 2017.

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  1. LoM

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    Hi everybody I'm new to the forum,
    I am planning to get a 1000 V in a limited band (let's say from 50 Hz to 100 kHz) from a standard function generator (5 V max output). In order to do that I am thinking to use a power amplifier (this one:
    http://www.falco-systems.com/High_voltage_amplifier_WMA-280.html) to get the output voltage up to 80 V or so and then a transformer to act as final amplification stage.
    What kind of transformer would you suggest for such a task. The connection can be made directly or should I expect some kind of retroaction?
    Thanks in advance for any help!
     
  2. davenn

    davenn Moderator

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    Hi there
    welcome to EP :)



    sounds pretty dangerous
    what are you planning to do with this 1000V ?
    what high voltage experience do you have ?


    Dave
     
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  3. LoM

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    Wow...thanks for the quick reply. I am building a piezoelctirc actuator to excite a crystal. Your question hits exactly the point: it's the first time I am designing something for high voltages. I am not alone and I am sure I can get some help, despite this I would like to have any caveats and hints you could give me.
     
  4. WHONOES

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    Don't. 1000v especially at your proposed 100Khz is an instant killer. If you do manage to survive you will no doubt have severe RF burns.
     
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