Yeah, I don't know if this was fast enough to suit the needs of the impatient, which is what it wasn't, cuz it be what it is. Why so much of what wasn't, in the face of what just is?
This circuit extraordinaire (de facto: in jest and de jure in its, uh, whatever) is a fabrication of simple principles that need to be burnt into to your minds... I'm going to exaggerate in expression the workings, theory, and application of this asymmetrical circuit, until someone listens to me.
The path out of a circuit, if blocked or should remain on steady, will generate heat, somewhere in the circuit--be it at the load an/or its driver circuit. The Full-wave-bridge-rectifier allows for full back-flow, which is to say that: all the energy that was applied to the load is allowed to leave the circuit. Every forward pulse delivered by the n-chnl mosfet finds an inverted path of capacitance with which to escape into.
C-1 is the back-flow 'tanking' component and where C-2 is that part of this driver circuit that must be charged first... unless you want to use a battery instead. The use of batteries has its pluses and minuses. And so do electrolytic capacitors, caps will have a higher voltage rating for charge purposes... because you'll still need a battery to charge the primary circuity... unless, of course, you should decided to install solar panels to charge these primary circuits... or a Faraday or a linear-like-affect generator. There's somethin' 'bout that rotary stuff... and that motionless mode of generating, why not that?
Edited by Vanka Savolov, Yesterday, 05:22 PM.