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Old 31st March 2005, 04:22 PM   #391
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I think it would be a good idea to have a swap shop for those not using output boards to those using.. Whether cash is involed or not is up to the participants..

So a simple note saying I'm not using, x sets available to the highest bidder.... Or fee to a good home...
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Old 31st March 2005, 05:08 PM   #392
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TOROIDS
2 X 25V 50 Vct 100 VA. $15.00ea
2 X 28.4v 56.8Vct 160Va $19.95ea
2 X 21V 42Vct 80Va $10.00ea


To high of voltage and not enough VA for the aleph mini a's.
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TOROIDS
2 X 25V 50 Vct 100 VA. $15.00ea
2 X 28.4v 56.8Vct 160Va $19.95ea
2 X 21V 42Vct 80Va $10.00ea


To high of voltage and not enough VA for the aleph mini a's.

But they work GREAT for small GC's...

And he also has MANY other parts that will work for the Mini-A... Big caps... 68Kuf 50 volt...
IEC sockets...
Etc...
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Old 1st April 2005, 01:37 PM   #394
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Alright, here are the current totals for orders submitted thus far:

Current order totals
135 amp boards
139 power supply boards

Payment deadline
April 3rd 2005 (sunday night)

Order website
http://www.chipamp.com/aleph

I have moved the deadline to Sunday night, so that Mark can try out the power supply pcb prototype that he received yesterday.

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OK, Now to get this thread back on track....... . I received the power supply pcb and have gathered up most of the parts to assemble it...... I probably have the rest of what I need around here some place. Photos have been posted on Briansd Gallery.More will be posted later this weekend.

My plan is to build it as a +\- 15 volt supply and then test it straight with 30,000 mfd per rail, then as a CRC configuration, and then as a CLC configuration with 2.5 mh per rail. I am going to skip running this stuff on power supply simulator but if someone else would want to please do so and also reccomend a resistance value for the CRC version. I was thinking of around 1 ohm or thereabouts.

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Looks good Mark. Hope to hear some new's. Did you send them resisters out ?

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Conragulations this thread just hit 500 replies!

Does anyone know what the constant current or resistive "load" is that I could plug into Duncan psud2 simulator for the Aleph 30?

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