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supplier of high voltage components

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peter5355

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I am looking for a supplier of high voltage components in the U.K. The reason for this is the Duty that I have to pay to get them posted into U.K.

any help would be much appreciated


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JimB

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I guess a lot will depend on what the component is and how high the voltage.
Can you give us a clue?

JimB
 

Hero999

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What do you mean by high voltage?

Generally, it's above 1kV.

Althought if it's a CMOS chip, 20V is a very high voltage, if it's a MOSFET 400V is a high voltage.
 

peter5355

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Jacobs ladder

JimB said:
I guess a lot will depend on what the component is and how high the voltage.
Can you give us a clue?

JimB
Want to build a jacobs ladder using a fly back from T.V. then using a quad multiplier will use Cap and diodes

Vin is 15 KV x 2 = 30 KV for Cap and Diodes
 

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chemelec

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peter5355 said:
Want to build a jacobs ladder using a fly back from T.V. then using a quad multiplier will use Cap and diodes

Vin is 15 KV x 2 = 30 KV for Cap and Diodes
By the time you add the Voltage Multiplier, you won't have much current left, for a Jacobs ladder.

Although I am not in the UK, I can probably supply those parts and I Doubt you would pay any Duty on them.
 
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