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Mini high voltage power supply

Posted on Monday, October 13th, 2014 in power supply by DP

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Victor8o5 posted detailed instructions of how to make this high voltage power supply. He writes:

WARNING: Before you start making anything please take a moment and read this:

  1. This circuit is intended to be used for educational and experimental purposes (electrostatic experiences, franklin bell experiment, plasma generation, gas ionization, electronic igniter, testing of insulating materials…) this circuit should not leave the lab or your house, and it shouldn’t be used to harm to anybody, human or animal.
  2. Do not attempt to replicate this circuit if you aren’t familiar with high voltages or intermediate electronics, high voltages are very dangerous.
  3. High voltages can disrupt electronic equipment, so don’t keep phones, pacemakers or other sensible electronic devices near the supply.
  4. I’m not responsible for the use given to this device and I’ve made all what it’s on my hands to include safety related information, and safety implementations to the circuit.

Follow the general security measures when dealing with high voltages, here you have a nice safety guide, please read it carefully before you continue.

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