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Old 12th October 2012, 07:06 AM   #1841
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Do anyone know where to buy FQA19N20 and FQA12P20 ?
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Old 12th October 2012, 11:21 AM   #1842
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Do anyone know where to buy FQA19N20 and FQA12P20 ?
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UKToecutter's power supply pcb design was exactly what a number of us were looking for -- very compact and capable of supporting sixteen 35mm diameter snap-in caps and all of those resistors and ancillary parts. In my mind's eye, I was contemplating a stack of two UKToecutter power supply pcbs in the F5T V3 I hope to build. I'm sitting on a large quantity of 10,000 uF Nichicon KG caps from Buzzforb's group buy with no clear way to use them. If I had the skill to replicate UKToecutter's power supply design, I'd happily do so. But I don't.

If UKToecutter could do it, someone else can as well. Is anyone else up for the challenge? A 16 cap power supply pcb with dimensions of less than 7" square would be ideal. I'd be happy to assist, if there's anything that I can do to help.

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Old 16th October 2012, 01:32 PM   #1846
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what happened to uktoecutter??!
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Old 16th October 2012, 01:47 PM   #1847
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I'm sitting on a large quantity of 10,000 uF Nichicon KG caps from Buzzforb's group buy with no clear way to use them
How about a BIG bus bar set up? I think IF you're doing a V3 you should not be too worried about case size as the ones that DIY Audio are planning to sell (?) are not small.

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He's gone Lord Lucan, but Mr.uktoecutter was some what less of a cad imho from the words we shared.
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I am doing one for GB members, if it works out OK, I'll make layout available. I am behind, of course
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Old 16th October 2012, 02:07 PM   #1849
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UKToecutter's power supply pcb design was exactly what a number of us were looking for -- very compact and capable of supporting sixteen 35mm diameter snap-in caps and all of those resistors and ancillary parts. In my mind's eye, I was contemplating a stack of two UKToecutter power supply pcbs in the F5T V3 I hope to build. I'm sitting on a large quantity of 10,000 uF Nichicon KG caps from Buzzforb's group buy with no clear way to use them. If I had the skill to replicate UKToecutter's power supply design, I'd happily do so. But I don't.

If UKToecutter could do it, someone else can as well. Is anyone else up for the challenge? A 16 cap power supply pcb with dimensions of less than 7" square would be ideal. I'd be happy to assist, if there's anything that I can do to help.

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why not just use the store PSU boards? one pr ch.
if you dont have room for 2 side by side. then stack them on top of each other.
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Old 16th October 2012, 02:11 PM   #1850
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what happened to uktoecutter??!
It seems UKToecutter has vanished. What's worse, he hadn't shared the design file for his power supply pcb before disappearing.

While we can hope he will rejoin this community, we ought to investigate our options in the meantime.

Buzzforb -- once again to the rescue? If there's anything that I can do to help in the design of a suitable replacement to UKToecutter's power supply pcb, please don't hesitate to ask.

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