Please consider the LT3750 or the LT3751. The LT3751 is the newer part with additional protection features.
I'm trying to build a flyback circuit that can charge to 2000V, I don't have a charge time specific requirement. But I wanna control the output voltage to charge to 2000V exactly. Is that possible with LT3751?
The LT3751 changes the state of the DONE\ pin when target output voltage is reached.
Based on the given requirements LT3751 can be used
My company is Technicom, Inc.LT3751 Charging Circuit.pdf
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I have an LT3751 set up as a boost regulator per the datasheet recommended circuit. Using the Coilcraft transformer. Output is scaled to 280V nominal output. I'm seeing no switching at the transformer input N channel drain terminal on power up. The…
What is the approach for using the LT3750 or the LT3751 devices with a charge voltage of 2000V?
The LT3751 is the capacitor charger, it cannot be used in 4 kW converter application. Please contact local FAE customer support office.