I have to pulse 80 Amps @ 1 KHz into a capacitive load of a few uF. Unfortunately the RC constant is high enough that it prevents the next pulse to start from 0 amps. So in a sense the pulse generator delivers about 70 to 80 amps per cycle instead of 0 to 80 amps like it would in a non-capacitive load. I fixed this temporarily by hooking up a 0.75 ohm high current resistor in parallel so it could discharge the load when the pulse is off. However I'm wasting a lot of power this way. So I'm wondering if there is another solution?