Flyback-Transformer High-Voltage-DC Generator PCB Modules
These Flyback transformer based High-Voltage modules can generate a Positive, High-potential from as little as 1.5v to 12v DC input for 7kv and 15kv models; and from about 7v to 12v DC input for the 25kv unit.
These modules can continuously produce a DC High-Voltage Arc up to several centimeters across.
These can be an enormous fun to experiment with – BUT BE WARNED ! High voltages can be dangerous if you don’t know what you are doing. Extreme caution must be exercised when working with high voltages.
We stock a variety of these units eg: 7kv ; 15kv and 25kv
These modules can be used for: Ozone-Generators, Negative-Ion Generators, Electrostatic Air Filters, Electrostatic powder-coating or similar.. , Producing the Electrically-Polarized Electrets , and more…
Also many fascinating fringe-science, avant-garde and free-energy projects utilize high voltage sources.
Eg: Ion Wind Lifters (flying platforms);
Kirlian Photography (Bio-Field photography research);
Gravity-Flux-Capacitor (Townsend-Brown’s Electro-Gravity research)
Making the Electrets (Self-Recharging Capacitors) ;
Electrostatic Motors (eg: built from plastic bottles) …
and much more…
These units produce High Voltage DC (Direct Current) and are ideal for electro-static experiments.
Because it is a DC Arc – the effective discharge gap per / Kv – will be much bigger than that of the AC High-Voltage Modules, due to the fact that the air medium within a DC Arc is allowed enough time to build up the semi-permanent ionization which increases air electrical conductivity between the arching electrodes..
As a result the 7kv-DC unit can produce about 10mm Arc which is similar to that of our 40kv or 100kv AC units.
Respectively the 15kv-DC unit can produce about 20mm Arc – comparable to our 200kv AC unit
and the 25kv-DC unit can produce about 35-40mm Arc – Comparable to our 400-500kv AC units
Here are more details on all the various models available :
7kv model : It runs from about 2 to 12 v DC input and produces about 1 to 7 KiloVolt DC output directly from the coil. (rectified with a built-in Hi-V Diode.)
PCB dimensions : 130x60mm and 39mm tall. Weight: 120g
PCB can be made smaller as the 40mm off the end board can be truncated…
Drawing about 0.75A at 12v Supply.
15kv model : It runs from about 2 to 12 v DC input and produces about 2 to 15 KiloVolt DC output directly from the coil. (rectified with a built-in Hi-V Diode.)
PCB dimensions : 130x60mm and 72mm tall. Weight : 169g
PCB can be made smaller as the 40mm of the board can be truncated…
Drawing about 1.1A at 12v Supply.
25kv model : It runs from about 7 to 12 v DC input and produces about 10 to 25 KiloVolt DC output directly from the coil. (rectified with a built-in Hi-V Diode.) The coil is oscillated by a power MOSFET transistor controlled by the pulse generator circuit which is built separately on a small PCB (see picture). The Pulse generator circuit starts oscillating from about 7v supply.
PCB dimensions : 97x43mm and 72mm tall. Weight: 183g
Drawing about 1.45A at 12v Supply.
Please note: We test-run many of our products before shipment (in particular these modules) to insure a hassle-free transaction and customer satisfaction.
Arching the high voltage to the heat-sink of a transistor or any other parts should be avoided as it will damage the transistor, in which case the transistor can be replaced. we also sell the spare transistors -please check our Semiconductors section.
The 7 and 15kv models use the 2N3055 Power Transistors (in TO-3 case)
and the 25kv Unit uses IRF540 MOSFET Power Transistor (in TO-220 case)