This post is just a revisit on the Cockroft walton multiplier (CW) discussed before.
I utilised it as an input into the flyback transformer to see how the output looks like.
Some changes were made; I tweaked some component values on the oscillator part so the circuit operates at resonant frequency of the charger transformer (where it rings and produced highest possible output peak voltage as an input into the CW multiplier).
The video below is the outcomes;
The CW is 8 stage with ceramic capacitors (value stated in the circuit diagram below).
The spark produced is around 1.5cm to 2cm in length and is a high voltage direct current.