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1200W Flyback Driven Capacitor Charger [Project]
posted July 21 2014 14:00.35 by spic0m




This is a 1200W charger which uses a coilcraft GA3460-BL flyback transformer in conjunction with the LT3751 microchip. In theory it is capable of charging a 12000uF 400V capacitor in only a few seconds. The LT3751 microchip controls the charging of the capacitor and offers charging cutoff and safety features. The charger is powered by a 4s 2200mAh Li-Po battery pack capable of 20c continuous discharging. This supplies the charger with 740 watts of power.


[Link: Polakium Engineering]
 
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