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Old 29th August 2010, 12:20 AM   #181
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Correctly oriented. That horizontal line on the relay's case is tell tale and it is depicted on the board too. Did you jumper the ''Note'' resistor position too? You got a 12V one. Are those round diodes Philips?

Leds OK too. You will need proper sinking with 10R setting.
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Old 29th August 2010, 01:07 AM   #182
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Hi Salas,

Thanks for the confirmation. Yes, the diodes are phillips. I need to jumper where it says note and leave the 600r location empty, correct?

Also, you recommended that I go with 8.2r due to my TX being 21v and also cutting the tracks and attach the PSU caps with 39r. These have yet to be done.

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Old 29th August 2010, 01:51 AM   #183
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I need to jumper where it says note and leave the 600r location empty, correct?
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Correct.
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Old 29th August 2010, 02:00 AM   #184
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Also, you recommended that I go with 8.2r due to my TX being 21v and also cutting the tracks and attach the PSU caps with 39r. These have yet to be done.

Thanks
Creating a CRC by putting 39R 5W in between filter caps. If you sink the Mosfets well (cheapest & easiest way is on thick metallic floor), with 8R2 you will drop better on those 39R. Creating a pre filter, running in good hotrod territory and utilizing your existing overspec Tx safely. Not bad.
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Old 29th August 2010, 07:39 AM   #185
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Beautiful work!

Are your 220K resistors also TX2575's? Do they make single 220K resistors or are they a series daisy chain of several resistors?

See here to understand what I mean.

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Ups... Youre correct about the 220K position. I have ordered two TX2352 there.


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That's some extremely extravagant components you're using there.

Is there a real advantage to using "audio signal path grade" resistors such as the PRPs for the shunt reg and delay? I have used bog-standard .6W metal film Vishay Sfernice for mine and Tea-Bag's supplied PRPs in the audio path. I will post pictures when I've finished the delay.

Also, what milli-ampage are you pulling with those Mills 22Rs? Was there a particular reason you chose not to stick with the 10R Dales?

Great pictures. Many thanks for that!
Because (thank god) we dont have to look at any cost calculation i use the PRPs in the standard positions.

The 22R Mills set the shunt to around 92mA. I like the non inductive, non magnetic style of the MRA5.
Besides that they are really small for a 5W if you compare them to e.g. the Kiwame.

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The 22R Mills set the shunt to around 92mA.

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Old 29th August 2010, 10:10 AM   #187
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speaking of relay's it looks like dvb-projects relay is mounted backwards.
Might want to double check.
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Here is the corrected overview

Click the image to open in full size.

Thanks Tea
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Nicely populated board! I'm so looking forward to get mine, should arrive next Week.

Where can I find the Takamisawa A12W-K relay? Seems to be obsolete...
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I ordered them at Hifituning 24.
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