This circuit uses some diodes and capacitors to generate 42 V from an 15 V input signal. -- Credits: Mr. Paul Falstad.
|Unknown said: (May 12, 2013)|
|How does the voltage tripler works?|
|Yogesh said: (Jul 14, 2014)|
|How the diodes and capacitors increase voltage ?|
|Hasib said: (Feb 28, 2015)|
|The current from the input flows through the upper diode in one direction, charging the upper capacitor; the diode prevents the capacitor from being discharged when the input signal goes negative. The bottom diode/capacitor pair works the same way for the negative portion of the input cycle.|
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