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A few pcb's more...

Posted 7th December 2009 at 08:40 PM by Bas Horneman
Updated 7th December 2009 at 08:58 PM by Bas Horneman

With a dayjob and other "stuff" in my life. I don't always feel like conquering the cold and messy shed to go do some drilling. But I usually have other projects running parallel that I can do something on. Pictured here is the Pass B1 and the lightspeed pcb's. Stuffed...primarily because..... that way I won't loose parts in my messy hobby room.
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The Kendeill caps were too big for the B1 board. So I soldered the neg terminal to the neg hole in the pcb and wired the plus to the positive rail.

The wires of the 10uF cap I bent to go beneath the pcb and almost touch. I did this on purpose because I have some 0,22uF smd caps that will act as bypass for the Audyn polyprops. They will go between them wires there.
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I also got some 7805's from the electronics parts store. But when I got home I saw that the metal parts were 1/3 thinner than I'm used to. They'll probably work just as well. Especially in this application. But I just cannot get myself to solder them into the beautiful lightspeed pcb.
The copper coloured part used for comparison is an IRF820.
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