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Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Ken, Jan 2, 2006.

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  1. Ken

    Ken Guest

    Hello,

    I was wandering if the following is possible.
    I have a huge voltage 3kvolt, when is passed through a coil my voltmeter is
    showing me negative voltage. I would like to phase shift this or invert this
    so to get positive voltage How do I go about this?
    ....I heard that inthe 70's, some cars where negatively based, and used such
    converters to get positive. now I believed everything is positive.

    thank you

    Ken O
     
  2. Ken

    Ken Guest


    Actually I meant current not voltage. the ampmeter shows negative after the
    inductor (coil).
    And this is pulse DC not AC, so shifting by PI wont do it, I guess I need
    to invert this.


    ken
     
  3. Alan B

    Alan B Guest

    3kV is high, but hardly huge.
    Start with a study on the characteristics of AC and DC. Check back
    when you know a little about that topic. Have fun!
     
  4. Gareth

    Gareth Guest

    Is there a good reason why you can't just connect the meter the other
    way round?

    Gareth

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  5. Bob

    Bob Guest

    Oh, that's different.

    Start with a study on the characteristics of AC and DC. Check back
    when you know a little about that topic. Have fun!

    Bob
     
  6. Jasen Betts

    Jasen Betts Guest

    very carefully.
    yes, but they were used 250 times less voltage

    it might be easier to modify your 3000V souce to produce a positive voltage.

    Bye.
    Jasen
     
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