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Author Topic: Flip Flop charging - Super cap charging and driving circuit  (Read 1679 times)

Offline sn96

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Flip Flop charging - Super cap charging and driving circuit
« on: August 19, 2016, 12:35:13 AM »
Hello guys. I'm new to electronics design and I am looking for a way to charge one super capacitor while another super capacitor is running a load, for example, pulsing a coil, and then when the voltage level drops to a certain level, swap to the charged cap and repeat the cycle. In the circuit I have below the charging source is from 3 separate are coils wired in series as well as back emf pulses from the pulse drive coil.

Am I even in the ball park with this design? I welcome all help and ideas on this.

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