Kevin Weddle

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  1. diodes

    I think at 1Khz, the capacitor could not completely charge in one cycle. No, that's not it. You have to make the resistance higher than the impedance of the capacitor.
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  3. diodes

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  4. diodes

    Something I noticed about voltage multipliers. I've never seen two equally charged capacitors reverse bias a diode. But as long as the capacitors are completely charged the diode is reverse biased.
  5. diodes

    I know there is a simpler 15V to 45V voltage multiplier than the one I posted. It might be adequate. I won't bother posting that one.
  6. diodes

    Wow this Windows 10 is great.
  7. diodes

    Thanks guys. I love to hear you.
  8. diodes

    They always conduct. No matter what. These two circuits are different. Resistors don't clamp a voltage. The voltages halve, halve, and halve again until Vp. ac.pdf
  9. Re: the finer points of electronics - I

    A parallel LC is different. The voltages are in phase.
  10. the finer points of electronics - I

    The other equation is Xc - Xl. So a series LRC is only inductive or capacitive.
  11. the finer points of electronics - I

    In the quation v = L di/dt. The voltage goes up and the current goes up. In the equation i = C dv/dt. The voltage goes up and the current goes up.
  12. Re: the finer points of electronics - I

    That's not right. I increased the inductance which lowers the current. So the inductor voltage went up and the current went down.
  13. Re: the finer points of electronics - I

    But you can take the equation of an inductor that the voltage is L di/dt. So although the impedance is at it's highest. The current is at it's highest.
  14. the finer points of electronics - I

    The only addition I'll add to my post is the current of the capacitor must at least be C dv/dt.
  15. the finer points of electronics - I

    Capacitor's pull current through a resistance. Then you have voltage momentarily.