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Old 15th April 2012, 08:51 PM   #91
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Just a little precision : BJT Bigbt transistors are mounted under pcb "sandwiched" between pcb and heatsink surface by the screw.

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Idefixes, you seriously grip the bull's saddle

Very nice PCB indeed.

Both IRF-s screaming to get in between the outputs, you see their tracks are way too looong.

Also the + and - outputs can be aligned with their pins.

Look down, sch update, just at the right time hehe
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Old 15th April 2012, 08:54 PM   #92
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Exclamation TSSA BIGBT HP update

Here's an update with minor connection/parts changes, some values were recalculated.
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Idefixes, you seriously grip the bull's saddle

Very nice PCB indeed.

Both IRF-s screaming to get in between the outputs, you see their tracks are way too looong.

Also the + and - outputs can be aligned with their pins.

Look down, sch update, just at the right time hehe
I will take care all adwise. I tried with irf between BJT but not found solution in one layer...i will try again to integrate your advises.

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next.......

LC, what are this "IR LED". I would be nice if you could communicated me the resistors value change for -/+50Vdc....i am not able to calculate them...

Thanks Marc
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Here's an update with minor connection/parts changes, some values were recalculated.
jeez, this is supposed to be the Simplest ? I think this thread has lost the plot along the way. Pitty, I like really simple.
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Old 16th April 2012, 08:19 AM   #96
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jeez, this is supposed to be the Simplest ? I think this thread has lost the plot along the way. Pitty, I like really simple.
Hi Bigun

I can not manage more than two threads simultaneously, so logically one would be full of stuff.

From simple to more complex version, all based on the same TSSA base core. It is the same like in school, gradually progressing the knowledge.

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Exclamation TSSA BIGBT HP different supply voltages - resistor values

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next.......

LC, what are this "IR LED". I would be nice if you could communicated me the resistors value change for -/+50Vdc....i am not able to calculate them...

Thanks Marc
Hi Marc

Nice PCB improvement.

Attached schematic includes the table of calculated resistor values according to different supply voltages chosen.

IR LED is infrared light emitting diode, high performance one compared to average LED-s.
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Hi Marc

Nice PCB improvement.

Attached schematic includes the table of calculated resistor values according to different supply voltages choosen.

IR LED is infrared light emitting diode, high performance one compared to average LED-s.
Youpi..that couldn't be better....I continue to work on pcb with some more components alignement and some mistake (0.22r 5W package) corrections.
On my version i put in the possibility to bypass the TLP627 since you have your own systeme to drive this unit -power management unit...if i remember-

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IR LED is infrared light emitting diode, high performance one compared to average LED-s.
Something like this : Product Folder - QED123 - Plastic Infrared Light Emitting Diode, Fairchild Semiconductor?

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Mostly any 5 mm IR LED is okay.

At current If=3,5 mA, forward IR LED voltage is app. 1,2 V and that is too low for proper cascode, so please provide two of them in series on the PCB. That will provide Vce=1,8V for VAS BC transistor.

P.S. 2SA/2SC transistors needs on PCB 5-10K/W heatsink, since they dissipate app. 0,7 W each at 75 V supply voltage.

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