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Old 7th September 2009, 02:27 AM   #901
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Do you want the led to indicate power on or do you want it to light up the room???

20mA sounds like A LOT if you are using normal leds, but perhaps you have a special one. Try with 10k soldered very lightly and then switch to something else if you are unhappy with the brightness.
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I used a 22k resistor for the LED and that was more than enough.
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Old 7th September 2009, 03:31 AM   #903
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Do you want the led to indicate power on or do you want it to light up the room???


I to used something like up to 30K...Otherwise it gets anoing I think..
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Old 7th September 2009, 10:31 AM   #904
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Cviller,

Is it still possible to order 2 pcb`s from you?

Thanks in advance.

-edit: and also the psu boards (can`t exactly find if you have those available)

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Old 7th September 2009, 01:25 PM   #905
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Cviller,

Is it still possible to order 2 pcb`s from you?

Thanks in advance.

-edit: and also the psu boards (can`t exactly find if you have those available)
Yes, it is still possible here: http://viller.eu/gb

I'm still waiting for my shipping supplies before I can start sending, but it should be here during this week.
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Old 10th September 2009, 07:44 PM   #906
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I have sent all the us orders yesterday and I found out that I could just order the cn22 forms, so when they arrive, I'll be able to ship the few remaining orders.

I still have more boards available.

BTW: I have had problems with my server the last 10 hours due to someone pressing the reset button on the router at my hosting service place (underneath my father in-law's desk...), but my mail and website is running smoothly again.
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Old 11th September 2009, 07:13 AM   #907
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Hi cviller, I've just paid for 2 F5's, 1 PSU and 2 Rectifier Bridges. Cheers.
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Old 11th September 2009, 02:26 PM   #908
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Do you want the led to indicate power on or do you want it to light up the room???

20mA sounds like A LOT if you are using normal leds, but perhaps you have a special one. Try with 10k soldered very lightly and then switch to something else if you are unhappy with the brightness.
Yep, 20mA is what the specs. are for the Blue LEDs I am using, no, I'm not trying to light up the room.

Shhhhhh, don't tell anyone, it's a secret, but I'm doing something special on the front panel with them.
I'll post a pic when its done.

BTW, Willing to ask foolish questions I don't know the answers to, here's todays

Where exactly do I connect the test leads from the multimeter at startup?
One set to the +/- of the speaker output terminals and the other set to (Each side of R12?) or is it between R12 and something else??? Duhhhh

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Ron
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Old 11th September 2009, 02:30 PM   #909
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You want to measure the current through the mosfets, which is most easily done by monitoring the voltage drop over R12, so YES, you connect the meter to both ends of R12. (and R11 later)
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Old 11th September 2009, 02:50 PM   #910
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any thoughts on making F4 pcbs?
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