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Old 14th March 2011, 02:23 PM   #1551
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It means, the Memisis was indeed a complete modular design (or should i say JOBby) ; universal gain stage module, exact same board for all of the larger models.

For a different model number : just pick a couple of different value resistors, number of power MOSFETs and the max Vds type, change of transformer and lytic caps.
Rest is standard.

Haute couture prices, with a prêt-à-porter production setup.
As the Memisis 8 demonstrates (even standard L-angles).
The standard L-angles makes storage easy.
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Oh, a contest.

My bad, 22222.462.7XXXX
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Old 14th March 2011, 05:37 PM   #1553
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What is the type of capacitors on the bottom side of the PCB?

I think Jacco meant these (the lacquered version)

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Or..

[see top of the board, 10nF F250 +47pF F630, is 250V and 630V)
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Old 14th March 2011, 06:25 PM   #1555
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It looks like it has been repaired.
Have the repairs been done competently?
Why were the repairs necessary?
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Old 14th March 2011, 07:20 PM   #1556
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Whaddya know, I've found a few KP's amongst my stash of KS's. Thanks for that data, Jacco.

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Old 14th March 2011, 09:57 PM   #1557
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What I meant was that the green 10 ohm resistor is a metal oxide type made by Roederstein. It is no loger in production. A replacement may be Vishay WK/WR.
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Default Golmund clone

Maybe this helps a bit.
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The blue caps are styroflex HF blockers, and the green res. are tubed metalloxide Withrom induct. free HiWatt 5% resistors.

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If so, then they're low capacitance value.

TO-3 mounting hole distance is 30mm, heart to heart.
The body of the bypass caps under the board is less than half that.
Not 15mm is 11mm, 11mm means low cap value (70Vdc rails)

See : http://www.komponenten.es.aau.dk/fil...elle/KS429.pdf

For a size reference : 45300pF/63V Polystyrene EMZ - 3.3uF/100V MKC Roederstein - 2.2uF/400V MKP Siemens
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