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bigbrowncow 4th May 2006 11:36 AM

partslist for ZV9 (with BOZ)
 
I had a few spare hours over the last couple of days, and so I've put together a parts list for the ZV9 with a BOZ front end.

This is my first electronics project for about 15 years, so I'd appreciate knowing any mistakes or any discussion into whether these choices are appropriate. I've generally tried to go for straightforward parts, opening up the option of later upgrades. I'm planning to order transformers from www.antrimtransformers.com and have got a couple of nice heatsinks of ebay.

Part codes are from digikey - I'll be placing the order once I know the timing on the JFETs from Steen.

I'm happy to add this partlist to the wiki later on if that is an appropriate thing to do.

Steve

Code:

ZV9------------------------------------------------------------------
                    IEC plug                      1    From elsewhere
                    Transformer 35-0-35 625VA    1    From elsewhere
                    switch                        1    360-1192-ND
                    switchplate                  1    360-1002-ND
                    bridge (200V 35A)            3    GBPC3502A
                    Thermistor CL60              3    KC006L-ND
                    Fuse holder                  1    WK0012-ND
                    Fuse 3A slowblow              5    WK4860-ND
                    Fuse 0.5A slowblow            5    From elsewhere
                    25,000uF                      2    P10641-ND
                    Phono                        1    CP-1412-ND
                    Phono                        1    CP-1413-ND
                    Speaker terminal              2    7004K-ND
                    Speaker terminal              2    7005K-ND
                    Heatshrink pack              1    FIT221R-ND
                    Heatsink - about 0.3C/W      2    Elsewhere
                    Heat transfer compound        1    HS243-ND
C1                  10,000uF                      2    P6939-ND
C2, C3, C4, C5, C9  220uF                        10    P10346-ND
C6, C7              10uF                          4    EF1106-ND
C8                  20pF                          2    399-1808-1-ND
D1                  1N4004                        2    1N4004/4GICT-ND
P1                  25k                          2    3006P-253-ND
Q1                  Lovoltech LU1014              2    Group buy
Q2, Q3, Q4          irfp240                      6    IRFP240PBF-ND
Q5                  ztx450                        2    ZTX450-ND
R1, R2              2 3w                          4    P2.0W-3BK-ND
R3                  5w 5ohm pot (replace later)  2    CT2150-ND
R4, R5, R6          1 3w                          6    P1.0W-3BK-ND
R7                  100 3w                        2    P100W-3BK-ND
R8                  22k1                          2    22.1KXBK-ND
R9, R12            221                          4    221XBK-ND
R10, R11            1k5                          4    1.50KXBK-ND
R13                1k                            2    1.00KXBK-ND
R14                33k1                          2    33.2KXBK-ND
R15                100                          2    100XBK-ND
R16                9k09                          2    9.09KXBK-ND
R17                47k5                          2    47.5KXBK-ND
R18                0.47                          2    P0.47W-3BK-ND
R19                3k31                          2    3.32KXBK-ND

BOZ-----------------------------------------------------------------
r1                  4.75k                        1    4.75KXBK-ND
r2,3                47.5                          2    4.75XBK-ND
r101,r201          33.2k                        2    33.2KXBK-ND
r102,r202          22.1                          2    22.1XBK-ND
r102,r203          10k                          2    10KXBK-ND
r104,r204          1k 3w                        2    P1KW-3BK-ND
r106,r206,r108,r208 100                          4    100XBK-ND
r105,r205,r107,r207 100k                          4    100KXBK-ND
c1,3,4,101,102      1000uF 100v                  5    P6948-ND
c2,102,202          100uF 63v                    3    P10342-ND
c103,c203          10uF 100v                    2    EF1106-ND
c104,204            1uF, 100V                    2    EF1105-ND
p101,201            5k                            1    P2H2502-ND
                    knob for p101,102            1    226-2031-ND
p102,202            10k                          2    3006P-103-ND
q1                  tip29cge                      1    497-2611-5-ND
q101,q201          irf610                        2    IRF610-ND
d1-4                1n4004                        4    1N4004/4GICT-ND
z1-6                10v Zener                    6    1N4740ADO41MSCT-ND
d101,201            20v Zener                    2    1N4750ADO41MSCT-ND
                    Heatsinks    to-220          3    HS192-ND
T1                  30-0-30  60VA                1    From elsewhere
                    Multiselector                0    Not required


SMathews 4th May 2006 03:11 PM

Don't you need to have matching MOSFET's ? If yes you need to order more than 6.

SMathews

bigbrowncow 5th May 2006 09:23 AM

I was going to order some extra mosfets and jfets in case of catastrophic wiring errors. But as each of the mosfets serves a different function (regulate/ aleph source/ cascode) and there are no back-to-back pairs, my take is that I don't need to match them.

Please correct me if I'm wrong!

Steve

steenoe 5th May 2006 11:18 AM

Quote:

my take is that I don't need to match them.
Thats correct. The ZenV9 doesnt need matched devices, although it wouldnt hurt anything. I usually get a whole tube and match the lot. The devices that doesnt fit in are used for circuits like this one. One advantage of the devices going through the matching procedure is that you will find the odd device that doesnt work properly. If you get a proper reading, you can be assured that the device is working as it should.

Steen:)


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