The grounded-grid amplifier that I am looking at requires 1100 volts Max.
- How do I safely deliver this rated voltage without getting hurt?
- Should I consider a alternative amplifier?
By request here are the specs of the amp.
- It is dual tube ground grid amp.
- Wattage is expected up in the hundreds.
- Square tuned cavity.
- Amp will be coupled to a wave guide system.
- Operates in the MHZ region.
- Details in the 1976 amateur radio handbook pages 228 - 231.
- Power supply will be designed into the overall unit and will not be home brewed.
My intent with the amp is that it plays a central part in this design that i am working on. Power will be delivered via separate power source. The applications will be bountiful, currently, I am in the design phase, I cannot yet be able to operate.
For the sake of it, I want to add this. My intent with the amp was to be used as part of a unit that will be designed for Data transmission via a wave guide system.
The reason why I came here for help was that the amp came from an radio handbook the overall unit will be built as part of a radio unit.
If this is intended to be in the electrical engineering, then put it their.
If anyone can propose a alternative amp I will be fine with that. The only thing that I am worried about is the amount of voltage that I have to generate is mind blowing.
Is their something missing that is needed to put up that people need so this question can be answered?