Capacitor charging stores electrical energy in capacitors and is used in applications that require high energy amounts of instantaneous power. Capacitor charging or high voltage capacitor charging is one of the applications of DC power supply or high voltage power supply. There is an academic field called High Voltage Pulsed Power Engineering, where research is being done on capacitor charging circuits and pulsed power applications.
The main applications of capacitor charging are flashlamp drivers, Pockels cells, and laser diode (LD) drivers. Other applications of capacitor charging at high voltages include pulse forming network (PFN), Marx generators, Pulse Generators, circuit breaker testing, kidney stone crushing, Detonator, and accelerator beam injection, rail guns, coil guns, stun guns, automated external defibrillators, lightning simulators, pulsed plasma, welding and sterilization, dust collection (Electrostatic precipitator), and many other applications. It should be noted that capacitor charging may not work due to the protection function of DC power supply or high voltage power supply, or there is a risk of failure.
We recommend that you inform us in advance of the application of the capacitor charge, the capacitance of the capacitor, the charging voltage, the charging time, and the discharge interval so that we can select the power supply and confirm whether it can be used or not.

Related words:
  • flashlamp driver
  • Pockels cells
  • laser diode (LD)
  • pulse forming network (PFN)
  • Marx generators
  • Pulse Generators
  • circuit breaker testing
  • kidney stone crushing
  • Detonator
  • accelerator beam injection
  • rail guns
  • coil guns
  • stun guns
  • automated external defibrillators
  • lightning simulators
  • pulsed plasma
  • welding
  • sterilization
  • dust collection (Electrostatic precipitator)