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RE: New DRSSTC Driver Variation

Original poster: "Henry Hurrass" <dr.hankenstein@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Where's the rest of the schematic?

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> Date: 2/14/2006 11:55:31 AM
> Subject: New DRSSTC Driver Variation
> Original poster: "Mccauley, Daniel H" <daniel.h.mccauley@xxxxxxxx>
> Here is a new variation of a sychronized DRSSTC driver which we had been
> using on various prototype systems.  The driver is quite simple and
> works very well, although we are now using embedded
> processors/microcontrollers for control/fdfi.
> http://www.easternvoltageresearch.com/drsstc_driver.pdf
> The design still incorporates basic latching logic which is similar to
> what Terry Fritz has done with discrete logic and steve ward with
> packaged flip-flops.
> Basically, its provides two level of synchronization.  Firstly, it
> provides synchronization at fault turn-off to ensure a pulse shuts down
> at zero current and not mid-pulse.   The second level of synchronization
> is that the circuit will not allow the system to restart during an
> existing modulator pulse (interruptor) and will wait until the following
> pulse to restart if the fault signal is lost.  This is truly
> synchronized and not done with a one-shot timer.
> Again, i'm not claiming this is an improved driver, but rather just a
> different variation.
> Enjoy!
> Dan