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    Solavei
    Hi Aaron, are u using a normal rectifier diode or a schottsky diode..? I've done some reading on diodes while designing a new shell for my "injector spark plug" and saw there is a lot of different diodes for different use's and features. Schottsky seems to be the best way to go..? Probably won't really matter but was just wondering. I Googled and read Wikipedia's Schottsky diode explanation and saw that the diode brings quite alot to the table in this circuit..!

    Thanks...
    Enige iemand kan enige iets doen...as hy regtig wil.../Any one can do anything...if he realy want to...

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    Quote Originally Posted by morné View Post
    Hi Aaron, are u using a normal rectifier diode or a schottsky diode..? I've done some reading on diodes while designing a new shell for my "injector spark plug" and saw there is a lot of different diodes for different use's and features. Schottsky seems to be the best way to go..? Probably won't really matter but was just wondering. I Googled and read Wikipedia's Schottsky diode explanation and saw that the diode brings quite alot to the table in this circuit..!

    Thanks...
    Hi, it is a normal high voltage diode.

    I've been using these - 1 for each spark plug: PRHVP2A-20

    You can find them cheaper on Ebay but have to wait longer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by morné View Post
    Hi Aaron, are u using a normal rectifier diode or a schottsky diode..? I've done some reading on diodes while designing a new shell for my "injector spark plug" and saw there is a lot of different diodes for different use's and features. Schottsky seems to be the best way to go..? Probably won't really matter but was just wondering. I Googled and read Wikipedia's Schottsky diode explanation and saw that the diode brings quite alot to the table in this circuit..!

    Thanks...
    Hi,
    Schottky diodes are suitable for low voltage /high-current Applications...
    these are not available in High-Voltage range due to the fabrication limitation of its characteristics (point contact diode).
    hope that answers the difference..
    Rgds,
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    Thanks Aaron, that link does not ship to SA but I'll have a look on ebay.

    Thanks Faraday88, did not notice that info on the link I red..!
    Any updates on anyones plasma conversions yet.?

    Thanks again...!
    Enige iemand kan enige iets doen...as hy regtig wil.../Any one can do anything...if he realy want to...

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    Quote Originally Posted by morné View Post
    Thanks Aaron, that link does not ship to SA but I'll have a look on ebay.

    Thanks Faraday88, did not notice that info on the link I red..!
    Any updates on anyones plasma conversions yet.?

    Thanks again...!
    You are right the link does'nt cater to India as well!
    Rgds,
    Faraday88.
    '' A Theory cannot precede a series of Experiments..unless one experiment
    debunks many theories''

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