Dc Power Factor Correction
Posted 23 December 2006 - 01:45 PM
My nameís Brad, and Iíve got a question for you!
I know that PFC is a good way to balance the load of a given device, usually motorsÖ but my application is a little different.
Iím using a DC current source from lead acid cells, but I need to change the way the current flows. Is there a DC PFC module that can change my dc pushing load to a pulling load?
Let me clarify.. I know this is pretty unusual.
In DC circuits, the electron flow goes form the negative to the positive. Its pushing those electrons through the given + and Ė potentials. What I need to do is suck electrons, using the same potentials. Negative and Positive stay Negative and Positive. Would it be possible to use a capacitor bank on the positive side of my load to achieve this?
Posted 23 December 2006 - 07:02 PM
To increae the current flow, you ned to increase the EMF (like electrical pressure). This can be achieved by adding another supply i series with the existing batteries. The only other way to increase the current flow is to reduce the impednce of the circuit.
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Posted 23 December 2006 - 10:02 PM
give us an idea of dimensions. Few volts and milliamps or hundred volts nd thousand amps? Solutions shall be different!
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