19 April 2019
- Last edited 19 April 2019
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If I may suggest, remove the Diode, on the one Coil L3, make the circuit like this:
The Voltage on L3, when It reaches VC, or Break over Voltage, the device will conduct. If you don't reach the Conduction Voltage on the Coil, the device will not Conduct.
Remember what we talked about, Rise over Run, the Time it takes to Conduct is important:
So, the slope of the Voltage Increase on the Coil L3, from Zero Volts to VC, Conduction Voltage has a Time Constant. This Time Constant is important to the Triggering of Magnetic Resonance, this adjusts the Run Time because the Slope Increases with Frequency.
Some may term this Rise Time tR:
This is the Time the Voltage is "Generated", where the Magnetic Field starts Changing.
At Conduction, you have CLOSE to Zero Volts across the Coil L3 / TVS or MOV, because its Conducting, you have Current instead. You already know how to measure Current .