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High current amplifier

Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by Talal, Nov 11, 2003.

  1. Talal

    Talal Guest

    Hi Guys,
    anyone knows how to amplifiy the output current of dc Generator from 100 Amp
    to at least 200 Amp with a constant input and output voltage 12 Volt DC,
    using chips or any circuit?

    Thanks

    Talal
     
  2. Robert Baer

    Robert Baer Guest

    Wierd request...
    Is this "100A current" a varying signal that truly needs to be
    amplified?
    What is the "200A current" going to be used for?
    Why not use the 100A to drive a different load?
    Or is it the case you need 2400 watts "from" a 1200 watt generator?
     
  3. Talal

    Talal Guest

    Hi,
    Yes Exactly, i have 1200 watt generator and i need 2400 watt
     
  4. no_one

    no_one Guest

    you need a 2400 W generator
     
  5. Talal

    Talal Guest

    Hi,
    i can not amplify the 1200 W?
     
  6. N. Thornton

    N. Thornton Guest

    Ummm no. But in many apps you could store the power and use 2400w for
    nearly half the time.


    Regards, NT
     
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