Converter 9V to 13.5kV

Converter 9V to 13.5kV schemeThis high voltage source is formed by an inverter, around the transistor, which provides pulses of 150V to the inverter formed by the thyristor and capacitor in series with the transformer 2. This pulse output of 4.5kV to be multiplied with the network so as to achieve the output voltage of 13.5kV.  Neon lamps (marked LN) form the thyristor triggering pulses.

The transformer T1 has a ratio 3000:500 Ω of the type used in audio output transistor. T2 is a transformer flash lamp trigger a secondary 6kV.
This converter circuit requires a 9VDC power supply with current 0.01A


Apply this equipment on the human body can cause serious physical injury to death. Don’t use in humans.

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  1. author

    matembo4 years ago

    bonjour je peu avoire de ja monter pour ce schema 9v to 13.5kv

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    Adelusi Tosin4 years ago

    Thanks very much for this power converter,sir pleased kindly explain one or two things on this schematic, secondly what are DC voltage measured for T1 and T2. What is the meaning of LN as it was show in this schematic? Thanks.