Example of clamper circuits, Electrical Engineering

Example of clamper circuits:

Example of clamper circuits are as follow

Voltage multiplier circuit: voltage circuit is employed to maintain a relatively low transformer peak former peak voltage while stepping the peak output voltage to three or more time to peak rectified the voltage.

Voltage doublers

(a)half wave voltage doublers :circuit for half wave voltage doublers is shown below  during first positive half cycle c1 will be charge up to vim during first half cycled . This process gets repeated. Voltage double will be supplied to load.

(B) Full wave to voltage double: network circuit for full voltage double

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