MIL-STD-704 simulation on the cheap
When being used to mimic a MIL-STD-704 situation, a +28 V DC input goes to the input labeled DC IN which is the anode of the 1N1204. A higher voltage supply of up to 80 V DC goes to the input labeled Hi-V IN. The pin labeled DC OUT then carries +28 V DC less the 1N1204 voltage drop but punctuated by 80V transients in keeping with timing set by the ICM7155. An operating set-up would look like the following sketch.
- Active surge protection filter module for 28v military applications
- Simulation shows how real op amps can drive capacitive loads
- Cheap sweep