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Old 1st December 2009, 04:32 PM   #611
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For having a spare I guess.
Lol. I didn't think he'd put spares on the BOM.
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Merlin,

I'll take them off you - pm being sent now....

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68//68//10 should only give a total resistance of 7R. Something is wrong here, there should be more heat!!!

I'll do some checks later and report back. If I check the resistance as it is set up right now and the Vdrop across the paralleled resistors, that should tell me the current being dropped.

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Merlin - theres a V4.3 of the BOM!!!

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68//68//10 should only give a total resistance of 7R. Something is wrong here, there should be more heat!!!

I'll do some checks later and report back. If I check the resistance as it is set up right now and the Vdrop across the paralleled resistors, that should tell me the current being dropped.

Fran
Around 300mA +/- 50mA due to particular Vgs and Leds standards must be achieved with 7R27.
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50x 2sk170bl - SOLD!!!
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Merlin - theres a V4.3 of the BOM!!!

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Where can I find the new BOM? Has much changed?
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I happen to have it in my HD, so here it is again not to be searching around.
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File Type: pdf DC Coupled B1 Shunt PSU V4.3.pdf (45.1 KB, 333 views)
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I have to go back to this later tonight, but the resistors in parallel do measure ~7R and I get 1.6V and 1.9V drop across them....


The heatsink is fairly big so maybe its not as bad as I thought!

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I have to go back to this later tonight, but the resistors in parallel do measure ~7R and I get 1.6V and 1.9V drop across them....


The heatsink is fairly big so maybe its not as bad as I thought!

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The 1.6V side gives 230mA when the 1.9V side gives 270mA. Different Vgs to leds proportions between the particular P&N Mosfets. You can trim the 1.6V side even less for current set resistor value so it can go around 270mA too. Maybe 6.8R and 5.6R final resistors for 1.9V and 1.6V side respectively. For 280 & 285mA possibly. Your sinks seem like taking it very well.
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