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Old 12th April 2006, 05:28 AM   #71
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Jason, I must have forgotten to include a sheet that's titled "General Information for Soft Switch Kit". This includes instructions on reading the resistor markings, as well as the silkscreen error.

Just emailed it to you and added it to the website for anyone else who needs it.


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Ok, I must have forgotten to include a sheet that's titled "General Information for Soft Switch Kit". This includes instructions on reading the resistor markings, as well as the silkscreen error.

Just emailed it to you.

what about R8 ?

On the board it says 510. then on the xcell it says Resistor 1K 5% SMD 1206.



another question.

Resistor 1MEG 5% SMD 1206
Resistor 100K 5% SMD 1206

How do i figure out what value is what ?

:0 i ask only, this way i dont cry saying please send me new board i killed this one
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Old 12th April 2006, 06:35 AM   #76
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These pictures may or may not help....I made them about as big as I thought would upload okay.

This is the soft switch and softstart wired together and using the lighted momentary contact switch. They work great....this set is going into my Krell KSA50 clone.
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what about R8 ?

On the board it says 510. then on the xcell it says Resistor 1K 5% SMD 1206.
R8 is the series resistor for the switch LED. You can change the value to adjust the brightness so the value is not critical. But you don't want to make it too small causing too much current to flow. My excel sheet says R8 is 510 ohms. Just checked the version on the website and it's an old version. I'll fix it now.

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another question.

Resistor 1MEG 5% SMD 1206
Resistor 100K 5% SMD 1206

How do i figure out what value is what ?
I don't understand the question. The values are in the description. The first one is 1 megaohm and the 2nd is 100K.
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You sent me a bill of material's but it does not show what part is witch.

example resistor 1003 means what ? or 1001

Just measure them with an ohm meter. As far as I remember last digit represents amount of 0s....
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Just measure them with an ohm meter. As far as I remember last digit represents amount of 0s....
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