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A voltage doubler is an duplicadkres circuit which charges capacitors from the input voltage and switches these charges in such a way that, in the ideal case, exactly twice the voltage is produced at the output as at its input. The simplest of these circuits are a form of rectifier which take an AC voltage as input and outputs a doubled DC voltage.

The switching elements are simple diodes and they are driven to switch state merely by the alternating voltage of the input.

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DC-to-DC voltage doublers cannot switch in this way and require a driving circuit to control the switching. They frequently duplicarores require a switching element that can be controlled directly, such as a transistorrather than relying on the voltage across the switch as in the simple AC-to-DC case. Voltage doublers are a variety of voltage multiplier circuit.

Many, but not all, voltage doubler circuits can be viewed as a single stage of a higher order multiplier: The Villard circuitdue to Paul Ulrich Villard[p 1] consists simply of a capacitor and a diode. While it has the great benefit of simplicity, its output has very poor ripple characteristics. Essentially, the circuit is a diode clamp circuit. The capacitor is charged on the negative half cycles to the peak AC voltage V pk.

The output is the superposition of the input AC waveform and the steady Dullicadores of the capacitor. The effect of the circuit is to shift the DC value of the waveform.

The peak-to-peak ripple is an enormous 2 V pk and cannot be smoothed unless the circuit is effectively turned into one of the more sophisticated forms. The Greinacher voltage doubler is a significant improvement over the Villard circuit duplciadores a small cost in additional components.

The ripple is much reduced, nominally zero under open-circuit load conditions, but when current is being drawn depends on the resistance of the load and the value of the capacitors used. The circuit works by following a Villard cell stage with what is in essence a peak detector or envelope detector stage.

The peak detector cell has the effect of removing most of the ripple while preserving the peak voltage at the output. The Greinacher circuit is also commonly known as the half-wave voltage doubler.

It is also called a Cockcroft—Walton multiplier after the particle accelerator machine built by John Cockcroft and Ernest Waltonwho independently discovered the circuit in The output is taken across the duplicadorew individual outputs. As with a bridge circuit, it is impossible to simultaneously ground the input and output of this circuit. The Delon circuit uses a bridge topology for voltage doubling; [p 6] consequently it volfaje also called a full-wave voltage doubler.

However, black and white television sets required an e. Voltage doublers were used to either double the voltage on an e. The circuit consists of two half-wave peak detectors, functioning in exactly the same way as the peak detector cell in the Greinacher circuit.


Each of the two peak detector cells operates on opposite half-cycles of the incoming waveform. Since their outputs are in series, the output is twice the peak input voltage. It is possible to use the simple diode-capacitor circuits described above to double the voltage of a DC source by preceding the voltage doubler with a chopper circuit.

In effect, this converts the DC to AC before application to the voltage doubler. Such circuits are known as switched capacitor circuits.

This approach is especially useful in low-voltage battery-powered applications where integrated circuits require a voltage supply greater than the battery can deliver.

Frequently, a clock signal is readily available on board the integrated circuit and little or no additional circuitry is needed to generate it. Conceptually, perhaps the simplest switched capacitor configuration is that shown schematically in figure 5. Here two capacitors are simultaneously charged to the same voltage in parallel.

The supply is then switched off and the capacitors are switched into series. The output is taken from across the two capacitors in series resulting in an output double the supply voltage. There are many different switching devices that could be used in such a circuit, but vpltaje integrated circuits MOSFET devices are frequently employed.

Another basic concept is the charge pumpa version of which is shown schematically in figure 6. The charge pump capacitor, C Pis first charged to the input voltage.

It is then switched to charging the output capacitor, C Oin series with the input voltage resulting in C O eventually being charged to twice the input voltage. It may take several cycles before the charge pump succeeds in fully charging C O but after steady state has been reached it is only necessary for C P to pump a small amount of charge equivalent to that being supplied to the load from C O.


While C O is disconnected from the charge pump it partially discharges into the load resulting in ripple on the output voltage. This ripple voltwje smaller for higher clock frequencies since the discharge time is shorter, and is also easier to filter.

Alternatively, the capacitors can be made smaller for a given ripple specification. The practical maximum clock frequency in integrated circuits is typically in the hundreds of kilohertz.

The Dickson multiplier normally requires that alternate cells are driven from clock pulses of opposite phase. However, since a voltage doubler, shown in figure 7, requires only one stage of multiplication only one clock signal is required.

The Dickson multiplier is frequently employed in integrated circuits where the supply voltage from a battery for instance is lower than that required by the circuitry. It is advantageous in integrated circuit manufacture that all the semiconductor components are of basically the same type.

For this reason the diodes are often replaced by this type of transistor, but wired to function as a diode – an arrangement called a diode-wired Duplicaeores. There are many variations and improvements to the basic Dickson charge pump.

Many of duplkcadores are concerned with reducing the effect of the transistor drain-source voltage. This can be very significant if the input voltage is small, such as a low-voltage battery. With ideal switching elements the output is an integral dupliacdores of the input two for a dhplicadores but with a single-cell battery as the input source and MOSFET switches the output will be far less than this value since much of the voltage will be re across the transistors.


For a circuit using discrete components the Schottky diode would be a better choice of switching element for its extremely low voltage drop in the on state. However, integrated circuit designers prefer to use the easily available MOSFET and compensate for its inadequacies with increased dupliacdores complexity. As an example, an alkaline battery cell has a nominal voltage of 1.

A voltage doubler using ideal switching elements with zero voltage drop will output double this, namely 3. However, the drain-source voltage drop of a diode-wired MOSFET when it is in the on state must be at least the gate threshold voltage which might voltjae be 0.

If the drop across the final smoothing transistor is also taken into account the circuit may not be able to dw the voltage at all without using multiple stages. A typical Schottky diode, on the other hand, might have an on state voltage of 0. Cross-coupled switched capacitor circuits come into their own for very low input voltages.

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Dde battery driven equipment such as pagers, bluetooth devices and the like may require a single-cell battery to continue to supply power when it has discharged to under a volt. At the same time switch S 1 closes so this voltage appears at the output. At the same time Q 2 is turned on allowing C 2 to charge.

On the fuplicadores half cycle the roles will be reversed: Thus, the output is supplied with 2 V in alternately from each side of the volgaje. The loss is low in this circuit because there are no diode-wired MOSFETs and their associated threshold voltage problems. The circuit also has the advantage that the ripple frequency is doubled because there are effectively two voltage doublers both supplying the output from out of phase clocks.

The primary disadvantage of this circuit is that stray capacitances are much more significant than with the Dickson multiplier and account for the larger part of the losses in this circuit. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Fundamentals of Linear Electronics: A survolteur cathodique” [High-voltage transformer. Villard’s voltage booster appears in Fig. Greinacher’s voltage doubler appears in Fig. He used chemical electrolytic rectifiers, which are denoted “Z” Zellencells.

He used a mechanical rectifier, which was based on a rotating commutator contact tournant. Article includes photograph of machine. The equipment was used to test insulation on high-voltage commercial power lines. The operation of Delon’s bridge rectifier is also explained with schematic in: A Pocket book for Electrical Engineers5th ed.

Delon’s name and dates appear in: Friedrich Heilbronner, Internationale Liste von Elektrotechnikernpp. See also Delon’s U. Retrieved from ” https: Electrical circuits Electric power conversion Analog circuits Electronic design Rectifiers.

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