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Old 17th December 2012, 12:21 AM   #271
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Buzz, Just sent you a PM, I also need the Fets and diodes for the V2 I listed myself for.

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Old 17th December 2012, 12:25 AM   #272
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I am suggesting TeaBag's boards as the best option for the PSU. THey are inexpensive and good quality and can hold the amount of caps we need. They are $22 each. V1/2 will need a single board. V3 will need 2. I am putting them as a line item just to show a Total
His boards are designed to mount to either the case bottom or a heatsink along both edges. I will include a pic. THey also have dual Graetz(bridge) setup vs a single. This requires more diodes, but result in better balance on the secondaries of your dual winding transformer.

V1/2 PSU

CAps - Panasonic TS-UP 50V 22,000uF(8) - $48
Vishay RS 10W wirewound resistor(4) - $8
CL 30 thermistor(2) - $2.50
CL 30 thermistor(1) - $1.25
Bridge(1) - $2.50

Total per PSU ($62.25)

V3 is simple
Double the quantity and cost

Total per PSU ($124.50)

Remember, Tea's boards will add $22 cost to V1/2 and $44 cost to V3

THe kits are $75 for V1/V2 and $125 for V3.


Edit: The fets and diodes are not included in the above prices. Forgive my poor communication. If you need either, just specify when i PM to collect he money.
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Old 17th December 2012, 12:32 AM   #273
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I am suggesting TeaBag's boards as the best option for the PSU. THey are inexpensive and good quality and can hold the amount of caps we need. They are $22 each. V1/2 will need a single board. V3 will need 2. I am putting them as a line item just to show a Total
His boards are designed to mount to either the case bottom or a heatsink along both edges. I will include a pic. THey also have dual Graetz(bridge) setup vs a single. This requires more diodes, but result in better balance on the secondaries of your dual winding transformer.

V1/2 PSU

CAps - Panasonic TS-UP 50V 22,000uF(8) - $48
Vishay RS 10W wirewound resistor(4) - $8
CL 30 thermistor(2) - $2.50
CL 30 thermistor(1) - $1.25
Bridge(1) - $2.50

Total per PSU ($62.25)

V3 is simple
Double the quantity and cost

Total per PSU ($124.50)

Remember, Tea's boards will add $22 cost to V1/2 and $44 cost to V3

THe kits are $75 for V1/V2 and $125 for V3.
So for a V-2, its 75.00 for your kit, 62.25 for the power supply parts, plus 22.00 for the power supply board, total of 99.25? ( plus I will need the F-5T boards when the store gets them?) This is what I want if so...do I have this right? How much does adding the fets and diodes cost?
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Old 17th December 2012, 12:42 AM   #274
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Total for a complete V2 is:
Main board parts - $75
Psu parts - $62.25
Psu boards - $22
Main boards - Dunno?
Fets - Quad(4n,4p) x 1 - $32
Diodes - (16) - $24

Total V2: $215.25

V3(double all)=430.50
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Old 17th December 2012, 01:22 AM   #275
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Gotcha. Is there an email address to pay pal or do I continue to wait until you notify? Thanks for your work!

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Old 17th December 2012, 01:33 AM   #276
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So for a V-2, its 75.00 for your kit, 62.25 for the power supply parts, plus 22.00 for the power supply board, total of 99.25? ( plus I will need the F-5T boards when the store gets them?) This is what I want if so...do I have this right? How much does adding the fets and diodes cost?
Whoops, erroneously entered "15.00" instead of "75.00" in my calculator!

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Old 17th December 2012, 03:47 AM   #277
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Total for a complete V2 is:
Main board parts - $75
Psu parts - $62.25
Psu boards - $22
Main boards - Dunno?
Fets - Quad(4n,4p) x 1 - $32
Diodes - (16) - $24

Total V2: $215.25

V3(double all)=430.50
Hi,

Just to clarify: I had a V3(2) and a yes for the PSU. How much would I owe you then? And I did want the FETs, Quads and Diodes.
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Old 17th December 2012, 05:25 AM   #278
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In an effort to better understand the available components, what else is required, and total pricing, I've put together this spreadsheet

One thing I was wondering about, buzzforb:
- why did you break out the three CL 30 thermistors into 2 separate line items?

While I was at it, I put in all the orders I was aware of, including bugzbunny's and russelc's late-breaking mosfet & diode requests, though I can't vouch for the accuracy of my transcription. The sheet automatically recalculates your cost as you change the info.

Corrections/additions appreciated: you should all have edit privileges

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Old 17th December 2012, 06:37 AM   #279
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In an effort to better understand the available components, what else is required, and total pricing, I've put together this spreadsheet

One thing I was wondering about, buzzforb:
- why did you break out the three CL 30 thermistors into 2 separate line items?

While I was at it, I put in all the orders I was aware of, including bugzbunny's and russelc's late-breaking mosfet & diode requests, though I can't vouch for the accuracy of my transcription. The sheet automatically recalculates your cost as you change the info.

Corrections/additions appreciated: you should all have edit privileges
Am I missing something here? As per the spreadsheet, TeaBag is out of PSU boards and the diyAudio store does not/cannot have the F5t boards. How is one supposed to build the amps?
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Old 17th December 2012, 08:01 AM   #280
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Default updated my psu status

RdK 845 - V3 (2) , PSU (2) - Yes
RusselC - V2, PSU - Yes
Dane - V2, PSU - Yes
mkoerner - V2 (2), V3 (1)
mordikai - V2 (2), PSU - yes
mordikai - V3 (2), PSU - yes
sts9fan - V3, PSU - yes
Naturlyd - V2 (2), V3 (2), PSU - yes
Wijgers - V2, PSU - no
SRMcGee - V3, PSU - yes
skunark - V3, PSU - yes
Tytte71 - V3, PSU - yes
Bugzbunny - V3 (2), PSU - Yes
Kvorning- V3(2), PSU -Yes
wjh - V2, PSU - yes
backefel - V2, PSU -yes
Lo_Tse - V3, PSU - no
RKH - V3, PSU - no
fudce - V3, PSU - yes
PKI - V2, PSU - no
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