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Old 13th January 2018, 08:37 PM   #1341
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The best mode is locating the regulated PSU on top of the power input pins of the receiving circuit.
Then it makes no difference whether you use local, or remote sensing.
Interesting, I'll see if I can set that up
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Old 13th January 2018, 10:40 PM   #1342
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If I couldn't stack it, what is the maximum length of connection for two wire and four wire?
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Old 14th January 2018, 02:42 AM   #1343
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The Mini version is small so to can go near. Uses classic two wire output. If you can use no more than 5cm of 12 AWG cable it will be very nice. Longer is not reactionary just more mΩ.

Four wire output in the big version has not a burden of output wires length vs added resistance but the inductance of the sense cables and the extra loop area they create must not allow for instability or interference problems. That should be monitored in any build that has different client circuit load, distance, wire dressing, and RFI presence, so there is no defined max length answer. Only guidelines.

Keep Kelvin four wire not longer than necessary, twist sense wiring well, and verify the rail stability with a scope.
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Thanks, I think I can keep the connections at 5cm
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