Pulse Power

Pulse power is a term for very high current discharges from very low impedance pulse capacitors. It could be capacitors from Maxwell, Aerovox og microwave oven capacitors.

333 Joule MOC capacitor bank

333 Joule MOC capacitor bank
Introduction The idea behind a capacitor bank is to charge up as much energy as possible to short circuit that energy through small coils, aluminium paper, steel wool, wire and a lot of other things...

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4000 Joule Capacitor Bank

4000 Joule Capacitor Bank
Introduction The idea behind a capacitor bank is to charge up as much energy as possible to short circuit that energy through small coils, aluminium paper, steel wool, wire and a lot of other things...

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2 thoughts on “Pulse Power

  1. Hi all

    I am in search of a Power Amplifier (preferably Solid state pulsed amplifier ) which is able to output around 340 Vrms across 25 ohm impedance load (acoustic transducer operating at approx 4.5 KW) in pulsed mode with duty cycle less than 1%, maximum pulse length of 5 ms and operating frequency is in range of 400-500 KHz.

    If any one knows about COTs power amplifiers meeting these requirements, kindly share with me.

    Thanks & Regards
    Nauman

  2. Hi nauman,
    You caught my interest, are you a student?
    I also want such pulse power supply, and let me tell you: You are unlikely to found it commercially, as least at reasonable price. So your only option: Built it yourself.
    Even if you built it yourself, expect to spend more than 500$ on it, depending on how fast the pulse rise time and fall time you want.

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