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Old 9th October 2008, 07:16 PM   #1
TroelsM is offline TroelsM  Denmark
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Hi all.

While googling for a LabSupply with L296 I found this web-site:

http://320volt.com/tag/smps

I have no connection to the site, but it looks to be informative.

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Old 10th October 2008, 05:44 AM   #2
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Hi,
Could someone help translate that page from Turkish to English?
It would be much appreciated.
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Old 10th October 2008, 06:58 AM   #3
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i have the article on the 700v/400v 125w valve amp supply in english.
i can get it scanned if someone really wants it
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Old 12th October 2008, 12:45 PM   #4
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Hi All;

Actually it is gev's web site. He and some of his friends preparing it. I think you familier with him, simetimes he writes for diyaudio. I think he would be happy if you ask him direktly, but again I dont know if he has time or not.
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know this site and them , i think same as taner-e, if you don't can help to you for translate or communucation to them
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Old 18th October 2008, 07:42 AM   #6
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Very interesting site but could not understand much as my effort to translate it in English from Turkish was futile. English translation by any means or by anybody is welcome.

Hi geb, can you help in this regard, so that we can enjoy your site?

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Originally posted by TroelsM

http://320volt.com/tag/smps
Regards TroelsM

Good site, but requires translation into English.
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I am trying to build 750v 125W SMPS. guitar_joe, u were saying that you got some documents. can you please post them here.

my main problem is coming up with a suitable transformer. can anyone please help me with that?

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I am trying to build 750v 125W SMPS. guitar_joe, u were saying that you got some documents. can you please post them here.

my main problem is coming up with a suitable transformer. can anyone please help me with that?

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Link 750v 125W SMPS http://www.siliconchip.com.au/cms/A_102096/article.html

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Valve circuits are not yet dead. While transistors are undoubtedly superior in most applications, the valve still offers several unique advantages. This applies first and foremost to its use in power circuits.

There exists a substantial body of opinion that valves outperform transistors in high-quality audio amplifiers, especially in the power output stages. The seriousness of these claims is reflected in the fact that some very reputable manufacturers offer valve amplifiers at the top end of their audio range. For the home constructor, reasonable-quality valve audio amplifiers can be made for a modest outlay using designs available freely on the Internet. These amplifiers are generally based on an EL34 or KT88 valve pair in the output stage, with both valves being readily available in Australia.

Another common application for valves is in the output stages of RF power amplifiers. They will operate satisfactorily at frequencies of up to about 30MHz, delivering up to 50W per valve. Their main advantage over RF power transistors, apart from being somewhat cheaper, is that they are much more tolerant of fault conditions.

When tuning a new power amplifier design, parasitic oscillations are often encountered which can easily destroy expensive RF power transistors. The valve, however, will live to see another day. Valves are therefore much more suitable for experimentation in new designs.

Although valves are readily obtainable, one of the main problems in their exploitation is the lack of suitable power supply transformers. Both the EL34 and KT88 are rated at a maximum plate voltage of 800V, with supply voltages in the order of 500-600V needed to extract maximum power and linearity. However, the only readily available high-voltage power transformers are isolating transformers, which deliver 240V, and magnetron transformers from microwave ovens, which deliver 1500V or more.

Clearly, both of these are unsuitable for our application.
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my blog 320volt.com add google translate buttons 7 language all post automatic translate



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