TITLE

Design and Construction of a High Voltage Pulsed Source for Electric Excitation of the Gas Laser

AUTHOR(S)
Díaz, Xavier Daza; Neira, Oscar León B.; Díaz-Pérez, H. Abraham
PUB. DATE
April 2008
SOURCE
AIP Conference Proceedings;4/15/2008, Vol. 992 Issue 1, p445
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In this paper, the design, construction and implementation of High Voltage Pulsed Source for Electrical Excitation of the Gas Lasers, as a first phase of the research project “Design and Construction of an economically and reliable Laser System constituted by a molecular pulsed laser and a single optical head for dyes” is presented. We proposed and considered the design and the construction of a source of pulsed high voltage that adjusts to the requirements of the pumping system that requires a low pressure nitrogen laser. The design and construction of the source high voltage prototype is presented like part of the electrical pumping system for a Pulsed Nitrogen Laser. The electrical pumping System is conformed by three subsystems: the high pulsed regulated voltage Source, the storage and unloading system of electrical energy of active medium, and the frequency control system of discharge repetition (spark gap) constituted by a circuit RLC and the electrodes of the laser discharge tube. In the present work the aspects related to the pulsed high regulated voltage Source is presented, Our Source of high pulsed voltage is constituted by four fundamental stages: the Stage of Conversion AC-DC (voltage reducer), the Stage of Commutation by means of a Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT), the stage of Generation of signal modulated by the pulses width “PWM” (with base to Circuit TL 494) and the Stage of Elevation of Voltage (using a FlyBack Transformer).
ACCESSION #
31772754

 

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