siemens simatic S5 PLC exploding

Siemens Simatic S5-110 PLC CPU Explodes in Slow Motion 1000fps

A pulse discharge with a peak current of 50,000 Ampere is send through a Siemens Simatic S5-110 PLC CPU. The S5 series was released in 1979 with the 110 CPU being in the middle of the CPU range. I have spent countless hours on factory floors with my Siemens laptop, the FIELD PG, troubleshooting and programming this PLCs. PG is short for the German word “PROGRAMMIER GERÄT” which is a programming device. I am tearing a hole in the universe, to bring my old fond memories back, by utilizing a super hot plasma discharge to eject the EEPROM!

This pulse discharge video is a part of a series of explosive videos that are all posted and discussed here. https://highvoltageforum.net/index.php?topic=1626.0

The high voltage pulse capacitor bank, charger and trigger mechanism can be found with pictures, more videos and schematics here. https://kaizerpowerelectronics.dk/pulse-power/4000-joule-capacitor-bank/

Mads Barnkob

Electrician, programmer, experimenter and amateur scientist with experience in industry automation, programming and all kinds of high voltage generating electronics. Administrator of https://kaizerpowerelectronics.dk and the high voltage community forum https://highvoltageforum.net

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