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HipoFutura 6th December 2006 06:57 PM

Need Help Sourcing Parts
 
I'm having no luck finding a couple of parts needed to complete my AV400.

I'm looking for a transformer with 115V pri & 9V/1amp secondary. As well I need a 25 Ohm 15 - 50 watt metal clad resistor.

Any help with a source and part number is very much appreciated.

Don

dsavitsk 6th December 2006 07:00 PM

Re: Need Help Sourcing Parts
 
Quote:

Originally posted by HipoFutura
I'm looking for a transformer with 115V pri & 9V/1amp secondary.
TE62041-ND at Digikey

dsavitsk 6th December 2006 07:02 PM

Re: Need Help Sourcing Parts
 
Quote:

Originally posted by HipoFutura
As well I need a 25 Ohm 15 - 50 watt metal clad resistor.
TDH35P25R0JE-ND also at Digikey

dsavitsk 6th December 2006 07:04 PM

Re: Re: Need Help Sourcing Parts
 
Quote:

Originally posted by dsavitsk


TDH35P25R0JE-ND also at Digikey

or RHC-25-ND There are a bunch. Just search for resistor, then select wirewound, and select your criteria from the lists.

dantwomey 6th December 2006 07:06 PM

Look around the Hammond site and you'll find a transformer for sure. Here's a page where they have a 10v/1.2A secondary.

Regards,
Dan

HipoFutura 6th December 2006 07:14 PM

dsavitsk, I saw that toroid, but hated to spend $15. This transformer is just to supply a power-on slow start circuit. I was hoping to find an inexpensive tranny. The "TDH35P25R0JE-ND" resistor is great. Thank you! Don

HipoFutura 6th December 2006 07:43 PM

I just placed the order with Digikey. The tranny was a bit much, but I want to get this project wrapped up so I can enjoy the amp. The amp is pretty well done. I've built the case, assembled the components, etc. Just need to build this slow-start board. Thanks again guys! Don

XEAGLEKEEPER 6th December 2006 10:39 PM

Look on ebay for either 0-9v 10VA or a 18VCT 10VA . I used a 18vct 9 vac for softstart and 9vac for cooling fans and power on indicator works great. payed 8-9 dollars on ebay including shipping.

Nordic 6th December 2006 10:42 PM

Hippo how hig are your main rails in that amp?

HipoFutura 6th December 2006 10:54 PM

The rails are 70VDC.


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