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Old 24th January 2013, 01:44 PM   #481
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Default BZV60-C10

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Is there any possible replacement for this BZV60-C10 Voltage regulator diode??

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Old 24th January 2013, 01:52 PM   #482
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Looking at the BZV60 datasheet it appears to be a 10V Zener with a 500mW rating.

If that is what you are referring to then any 500mW 10V Zener will do the job.
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Old 24th January 2013, 02:03 PM   #483
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Looking at the BZV60 datasheet it appears to be a 10V Zener with a 500mW rating.

If that is what you are referring to then any 500mW 10V Zener will do the job.
Thanks Andrew.... appreciate your swift response.

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Old 24th January 2013, 02:15 PM   #484
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Hello guys

Here I have the part number from DigiKey search 568-5796-1-ND and manufacturer part number is , BZX79-C10,143 this is if of course you can order from them.





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Old 24th January 2013, 04:41 PM   #485
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Default Current that gonna cross this zener diode is half of a miliampere

0.0005A.... so, it is very low....power there is 4 miliwatts.

So, any diode zener will fit, do not worry about the size and watts ratio..even the voltage can be lower or a little bit higher...from 6 to 9 volts will be all right.

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Hello guys

Here I have the part number from DigiKey search 568-5796-1-ND and manufacturer part number is , BZX79-C10,143 this is if of course you can order from them.





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0.0005A.... so, it is very low....power there is 4 miliwatts.

So, any diode zener will fit, do not worry about the size and watts ratio..even the voltage can be lower or a little bit higher...from 6 to 9 volts will be all right.

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Thank you......

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Hello guys!

I made a really long video of myself putting together the other board it cover a lot, I apologize if I miss some stuff some of the videos were damage on the edition of the video
is just me enjoying the build, I hope you guys find it interesting.

Dx Super A build more than 123 hours - YouTube

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Old 26th January 2013, 12:01 AM   #488
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I made this last night the Dx Super A BOM and images so you guys can have and idea what to get, I use DigiKey websites as reference, I personally used DigiKey because they deliver faster to Puerto Rico and shipping for me is lot cheaper too, you guys probably have the supplier of your preference too, I already order parts last night so I hope I can get those parts soon.


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Hello Juan,

Can you post component guide with tracks in gray color and white background, tracks can no longer be seen on actual printout with this green or blue background, Thanks...

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Got you Willy !



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Lovely Juan, Thanks a lot.....

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