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Old 16th January 2006, 02:18 AM   #1
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Default UcD180 using Adcom 535II trafo/chassis

hi all,

as a simple project i'm thinking of converting my father's Adcom GFA-535II amplifier using UcD180 modules. i was hoping i could hang onto the xformers and heat sinks that're already in there while replacing everything else. it's a true dual mono design, and according to djk in this thread the xformers are 250VA 70VCT, 52VAC at no load. seeing as i need closer to 40VDC for the UcD180's, any way i could get this to work? perhaps a simple pass regulator? i don't have the amp on me at the moment, but when i get it i'll measure what the rails are at right now.

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