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Wasnt ready in time. Still not done unfortunately... One problem after another.
In fact this kind of technology is already there, we can see in the high-powered servo drivers for electric motors, some 10kW models are small like the SD8000
Murilo is a good guy and knows what he's talking about. Maybe one of these days I'll give SD a try.
So far loudest Toyota Yaris with two 10's.
154.1 certified (new rules) on termlab Db Drag Street A. Equipment: DD 9510's and one Stetsom 7k2d on a small Stinger 1750
155.3 on termlab Db Drag Street A 2007 WF 4th place. Equipment: DD 9510's and two Stetsom 7kd's with a Cacuts Sounds CS9000 Battery.
Those are some serious FETs
Yes, the output devices are N-channel (since the amp have a H-bridge) rated at 200V and 90A, the DC current will be limited by the heat and leads, but as they are used for switching the maximum current increases a lot, passing 100A.
Some testing in the factory showed us that this output stage can handle up to 18kW, and considering the amp releases 13kW in 16V systems it´s ok. It´s very rare to see a output stage blow, the cases that happened here were caused by defective devices from factory.
Jeff, I sent you a mail.
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We will see how it does with 18v into the amps compared to 10.5, and some input voltage from a line driver.