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jadaro2600:
I'm looking for the product numbers or the links to High Voltage Diodes for use in Villard or Crockoff-Walton arrays..

They would need to be rated in the Kilovolt range.

kooler:
whats your starting voltage..

and how many do you need..

pese:
if you using 20kV ¨  you will use tubes.

12 and 16 KV

You will look for (older devices fro BW potabel TV.
TV12 and TV16  (are slenenium staked rect (in ceramic valves).
only (i think 1mA)  google datasheet.)

you can "stck"  (serie) silicon 1kv rect. IF you give attention only to use
"avalanche" types of .5 or 1 amp series.

Gustav Pese

mscoffman:

--- Quote from: pese on February 09, 2010, 05:56:24 AM ---if you using 20kV ¨  you will use tubes.

12 and 16 KV

You will look for (older devices fro BW potabel TV.
TV12 and TV16  (are slenenium staked rect (in ceramic valves).
only (i think 1mA)  google datasheet.)

you can "stck"  (serie) silicon 1kv rect. IF you give attention only to use
"avalanche" types of .5 or 1 amp series.

Gustav Pese

--- End quote ---

@Pese

Yes, you can go wrong at least looking at CRT TV HV rectifiers.

BW TV is 15KV PRV diodes while Color TV is about 35KV.

New low cost replacement parts of high volumes should
be available.

:S:MarkSCoffman

gyulasun:
Hi Folks,

I have seen this link at another forum the other day, they deal with HV diodes of most kinds.  Here they are:

http://www.deantechnology.com/hvca/pg_catalog/catalog.aspx

click on for instance the first line in the middle:
High Voltage Diodes and Assemblies

rgds, Gyula

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