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Old 1st July 2011, 12:56 AM   #1
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Default Power Supply PCB for Randy Slone Totempole Amp

Alright folks...so this will be my third PCB for a power supply I have done. I am no way an expert but think it pretty decent. I'm going to have these professional done with 4 ounce copper traces .... FR4 gold platting etc...

If there is enough interest in a group buy I will post the details to the group buy thread. Just wanted to get some thoughts on the board and see what more experienced folks thought.

The board is a dual bridge design and accommodates the ISOPACK-4 type of rectifier bridge.

I'm planning on cleaning up some of the silk screen on top of the board as well.

Some might be wondering about the huge SMD pads in the middle of the board those are there to attach to 14AWG foil inductors...in my case 2.2mH...the spots for caps fit the 40mm panasonic THA series.

All feedback welcome.

Best Regards,
Theo

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