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Variable voltage pulse output

Variable voltage pulse output

Variable voltage pulse output

This is regarding PWM, PFM Concept

Ref: attachment

I am having a arbitrary function generator ( TEKTRONIX AFG310000 series) where I can design my pulse wave form with constant voltage output and duty cycle.

I need a device like arbitrary function generator where I can design my pulse wave form with voltage amplitude (from 0 to 300V AC / DC) and duty cycle.

Voltage: 0 to 300 V AC and DC
Current: 10 Amps
Frequency: 100 KHh

RE: Variable voltage pulse output

So, what does this have to do with PLCs; it doesn't look like you need much in the way of logic.

There are AWGs that have programmable waveforms, including their amplitudes. A 3kW output is not in the realm of PLCs, nor off-the-shelf designs, particularly when coupled with 100 kHz operation.

It's likely you need to hire someone for a custom design.

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RE: Variable voltage pulse output

From your description it sounds like you are trying to control a motor. Yes?

Brad Waybright

It's all okay as long as it's okay.

RE: Variable voltage pulse output

It is for solenoid coil development and optimization.

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