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[DPRG] voltage multiplier for NMOS Hbridge

Subject: [DPRG] voltage multiplier for NMOS Hbridge
From: Bill Boyer daweasel at swbell.net
Date: Thu Jun 26 23:53:01 CDT 2003

I was thinking lead-acid batteries were about 2.1 volts per cell.

> It could be 5 of the Gates Energy Products (Now Hawker Energy Products -
> http://www.hepi.com) 2V cells hooked in series, like the ones that Frank
> Elia has at the warehouse.  Granted, they are a special case, and a bit
> heavy...
> 
> Of course, 8 Nicads would provide about 10 volts, also.
> 
> But Ralph's question was about cell technology.  My understanding is that a
> battery is made up of several cells.  I may be wrong.
> 
> What is the highest voltage cell technology that people know of?
> 
> I wouldn't want to know what 10 of those 1.0000 reference cells would cost.
> I haven't heard anyone mention them in years!
> 
> -Jeff
> 
> 
> Bill Wrote:
> >Maybe its 5 of the 2 volt SLA cells Tanner has? Or 10 of those 1.0000
> >volt reference batteries.
> 
> Ralph Wrote:
> >> I noted a 10v. battery shown. I am not aware of a cell technology that
> >> produces that voltage????
> 
> 
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