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Old 13th October 2001, 08:33 PM   #1
Freddie is offline Freddie  Sweden
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Does anyone have a PCB layout for Aleph P 1.7? (Motherbrd. & PSU)
If so could you please mail it to:

One more thing... Do I need to match the MosFet's?

Thanks in advance
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Old 16th October 2001, 10:37 PM   #2
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I've just finish the PCB of the Aleph 3. I'm working on the Alpeh 1.7 with some mods that make it more simple (without micro-controler). Wait and see.
For balancing the transistors, it look to be very important, but as me if you have not the money, it's very hard to done.
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