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How to add the outputs of a different voltage double ciruits

sandeepkiranv

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hello everyone,

can you please help me to add the outputs of two voltage doubler circuits shown in the following figure.


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Rework one circuit so it outputs negative polarity. Connect your load across the two outputs. This method works if the two ground icons represent a single ground.

Or, the output stages can be connected similar to two batteries in series. This method works if the two circuits have separate grounds.
 

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Hi,

Omit the upper GND (symbol).
Connect the lower end of R1 with the upper end of R1.

Klaus
 

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Hi,

Omit the upper GND (symbol).
Connect the lower end of R1 with the upper end of R1.

Klaus
Thank you sir, it worked out. can you please explain further on removing upper GND (symbol)...
 

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