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Talal
 
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Hi Guys,
anyone knows how to amplifiy the output current of dc Generator from 100 Amp
to at least 200 Amp with a constant input and output voltage 12 Volt DC,
using chips or any circuit?

Thanks

Talal
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Rusty Boudreaux
 
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"Talal" wrote in message
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Hi Guys,
anyone knows how to amplifiy the output current of dc Generator

from 100 Amp
to at least 200 Amp with a constant input and output voltage 12

Volt DC,
using chips or any circuit?


You're question is a little vague. If you have a generator rated
12VDC at 100A and you want 12VDC at 200A the only circuit that
will work is perpetual motion....i.e. it can't be done.


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Rusty Boudreaux
 
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"Talal" wrote in message
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Hi Guys,
anyone knows how to amplifiy the output current of dc Generator

from 100 Amp
to at least 200 Amp with a constant input and output voltage 12

Volt DC,
using chips or any circuit?


You're question is a little vague. If you have a generator rated
12VDC at 100A and you want 12VDC at 200A the only circuit that
will work is perpetual motion....i.e. it can't be done.


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CJT
 
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Talal wrote:
Hi Guys,
anyone knows how to amplifiy the output current of dc Generator from 100 Amp
to at least 200 Amp with a constant input and output voltage 12 Volt DC,
using chips or any circuit?

Thanks

Talal


Use it as excitation current for a second generator?

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CJT
 
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Talal wrote:
Hi Guys,
anyone knows how to amplifiy the output current of dc Generator from 100 Amp
to at least 200 Amp with a constant input and output voltage 12 Volt DC,
using chips or any circuit?

Thanks

Talal


Use it as excitation current for a second generator?

--
After being targeted with gigabytes of trash by the "SWEN" worm, I have
concluded we must conceal our e-mail address. Our true address is the
mirror image of what you see before the "@" symbol. It's a shame such
steps are necessary. ...Charlie


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Trevor Wilson
 
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"Talal" wrote in message
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Hi Guys,
anyone knows how to amplifiy the output current of dc Generator from 100

Amp
to at least 200 Amp with a constant input and output voltage 12 Volt DC,
using chips or any circuit?


**Easy enough. Of course, the first thing you'll require is a power supply
which is rated at (at least) 12 Volts and 200 Amps......


--
Trevor Wilson
www.rageaudio.com.au



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"Talal" wrote in message
om...
Hi Guys,
anyone knows how to amplifiy the output current of dc Generator from 100

Amp
to at least 200 Amp with a constant input and output voltage 12 Volt DC,
using chips or any circuit?


**Easy enough. Of course, the first thing you'll require is a power supply
which is rated at (at least) 12 Volts and 200 Amps......


--
Trevor Wilson
www.rageaudio.com.au



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