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Help me choose a proper high voltage DC filter

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high voltage dc filter capacitors

Hello Fellow Members,

I have a step-up 120v to 1000v transformer with a current output of 1.5 Amps.

I would like to convert the output to variable DC. What type/size of filter capacitor(s) would I need?

Can someone recommend a schematic/circuit.

This circuit will be used in Electrolysis Experiments. Thanks in advance.

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electrolysis is best done using constant current supplies.
try to use a current mode smps fot this job as ur current is high
mail me if u need mode details
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1200V/1500V film type capacitor would be fit.
Capacitance is up to load current and ripple voltage.

Good Luck!
On 2002-04-06 15:53, Cirkitron wrote:
Hello Fellow Members,

I have a step-up 120v to 1000v transformer with a current output of 1.5 Amps.

I would like to convert the output to variable DC. What type/size of filter capacitor(s) would I need?

Can someone recommend a schematic/circuit.

This circuit will be used in Electrolysis Experiments. Thanks in advance.

cirkitron@hotmail.com
 

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