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Poppy
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Posted - February 05 2012 :  18:23:03  Show Profile Send Poppy a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi Everybody...

For anyone who would like to switch from Pulse Output to Smoothed DC output:



I used 2 - double pole, double throw switches and left one bank empty.

Good Experimenting...
Poppy

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Posted - February 05 2012 :  18:41:40  Show Profile Send n/a a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Really nice, thanks for taking the time poppy!

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Poppy
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Posted - February 05 2012 :  21:37:17  Show Profile Send Poppy a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi SD3T...

Should have setup the other diagram before posting it. A rookie mistake. I thought it could be done in my head, but alas, GIGO. Just to clean things up a bit.

Good Experimenting...
Poppy
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TinMan
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Posted - February 10 2012 :  06:07:02  Show Profile Send TinMan a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi poppy-i have another simple circuit for the switching of your voltage doubler-hope you dont mind me posting it here as so i dont have to start another thread



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Poppy
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Posted - February 10 2012 :  13:49:23  Show Profile Send Poppy a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi Tinman...

Of course I don't mind, the more choices the better.

The only things I don't see (and it could be I'm not following the diagram correctly) is the jumper from + run to - charge when the V-Doubler is off. And it looks like when the V-Doubler is off there is no connection to the charge battery (negative terminal) for the diode pulse output. I do see the dual use of the diode from the V-Doubler to the positive of the charge battery for the pulse output. Show me the path so I can understand better. Thanks!

Good Experimenting...
Poppy
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TinMan
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Posted - February 11 2012 :  21:01:58  Show Profile Send TinMan a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi Poppy-when the voltage doubler is switched of the doted line on the right side of the switch joins the positive of the run battery to the negative of the charge battery.The solid line's on the switch indicate VD on and the doted line's indicate VD off.The left doted line is open when VD is off.

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Poppy
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Posted - February 13 2012 :  09:38:16  Show Profile Send Poppy a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi Tinman...

What kind of switch is being used?

I now see the circuit but don't understand the switch.

Thanks...
Poppy
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TinMan
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Posted - February 17 2012 :  02:48:48  Show Profile Send TinMan a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi poppy-just use a 6 pole switch like hkalan had in his first attempt and leave the last two poles open.Or use a 6 pole duel throw rotory switch and use only the 4 pole's needed


Edited by - TinMan on February 17 2012 02:49:58
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Luciano
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Posted - November 19 2012 :  08:38:58  Show Profile Send Luciano a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Now my problem is, they are difficult to read, because of the drawn switches.
I imagined the switches ON in both circuits, (i did it maybe fifty times) and found out there must be a typo in one of them....
With switches on, for me they sum up to this.



Maybe i read them wrong, lol, but is it the + of the run battery or the collector that go in between the caps.????
The other one goes between the diodes... I got that...

Sorry if i am to *Not So Smart* to read the circuit, but the switches really confuse me.

Luc

Edited by - Luciano on November 19 2012 08:40:42
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Poppy
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Posted - November 20 2012 :  19:51:43  Show Profile Send Poppy a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi Luciano...

It doesn't make any difference which side is connected to the run battery positive. The two connections are AC therefore both are correct.

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Luciano
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Posted - November 20 2012 :  22:28:15  Show Profile Send Luciano a Private Message  Reply with Quote
ahhh i see.. thanks for the info.. i didnt realize it was ac..
anyway i tried yours and it works great!
Luc
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Poppy
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Posted - November 21 2012 :  17:46:53  Show Profile Send Poppy a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Glad to hear it works OK. Keep up the good work.

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