Thanks, Ken. As you can tell from my user name (and my question) I am not much of a hardware person.Modify this to generate -15V from a +15V supply: 12VDC Negative Voltage DC Converter by 555 | Circuit Project Electronic
Use that to power an opamp. (-) input biased by a voltage divider at +2.5V. (+) input driven by your +5V pulses.
Create a 30V rail and use a divider to create a +15V point to use as a virtual ground (return) for external circuits. Pulse swinging from 0 - 30V will be swinging +15 to -15 with respect to the virtual ground.Hi,
Could anyone suggest a simple way to convert 0-5v pulses into +/-15v pulses while using a single power supply?
Thanks in advance.
How long are the 5v pulses and how much current will it deliver? And how long do you want the +15/-15v. The whole thing requires much more explanation in the requirement, for anyone to propose an answer.
...however you do realize (if we haven't explained) that you will need a bipolar power supply...one with a +15VDC/0/-15VDC output.
If its a NMA dc to dc converter, the answer is no.