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Old 19th February 2011, 10:57 PM   #1
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Default WTB: PSU PCBs that would work for aussieamp modules

Hello,
I bought three Aussieamp NX150 nodules some time back. I am interested in building the amp now and am in need of some quality PSU PCBs to finish the project. If anyone has something that would work well for this I would be very interested. I am going to build 2 mono blocks to start so will need two power supplies.

The link to the details on the amp is here:
NX150 High End Amplifier Module
Thanks for the help.
Jeff

BTW I will have one of the NX150 modules up for sale...decided against the three channel amp idea....would make a great sub amp or etc....
Inquiries welcome
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Old 20th February 2011, 07:47 AM   #2
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i got 2 psu supply from aussie amplifier (without caps)
bought that time @ us$ 75 will sell @ us$ 50

those psu include rectrifier & all the things need to nx modul
send it by registered post will be cheap from here
if you need capacitor im sell it too

Pls pm me if you interest

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Old 20th February 2011, 07:49 AM   #3
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Old 20th February 2011, 10:00 AM   #4
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Pocoyo,
I sent you an email....sounds like you've got exactly what I need!
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I dot have the Antek toroids in front of me right now...I bought those too a while back. I think I went with the highest voltage rails allowable for the modules. I believe they will net me about 63v...I imagine I will need 80v caps.

I purchased some large can caps back then too for the project as I was planning to PTP wire a PSU together....I am not sure if I will be able to use them with these boards easily.
If you have some good caps that will work for my voltages give me a quote for enough to populate the boards. I will definitely take the PSU boards though....probably some caps too.....
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Old 20th February 2011, 01:01 PM   #6
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Hi jef

Nx 150 works with transformer secondary 2x 40-0 or 40-ct-40
If you use 40v voltage so 63v capacitor is enough
If you look for 80v michael percy sold it with nichicon kg or
superthrough (gold feet) Michael Percy Audio Ordering Information

If you use 40v/45v secondary you can choose with / out caps
In here there's caps named Omat 10000uf 80v caps price is the
Same @ us$ 4 each

1. Just psu
For 2 psu will be us$ 100
plus shipping us$ 15 (250gr-499gr)
Total us$ 115

2. Psu + caps
For 2 psu : us$ 100
12 caps x us$ 4 : us$ 48
Shipping us$36 ( 1kg - 2kg)
Total us$ 183

Aussie psu is more weight cause the bold copper
They can fit 12 caps in there
(Caps Weight 80 gr x 12 : 960 gr)

I got elna for audio 10.000uf 63v
@ us$4 so if you take 12 : us$ 48

If you interest you can paypal me
I sent pm to you before

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Old 23rd February 2011, 08:29 PM   #7
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Pocpyo,
I found in my closet a pair of PSU boards from Peranders I forgot I had....they require 8 caps each so I need 16 80v caps, what do you have that would work well?
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Pocpyo,
I found in my closet a pair of PSU boards from Peranders I forgot I had....they require 8 caps each so I need 16 80v caps, what do you have that would work well?
Hi Jeff

Glad to know your voltage

For Theory 45v secondaries after rectification will be 45 x 1.41 = 63.45v
Looks like you must use 83v caps rail

i will looks my stock when i come back to jakarta at the beginning of march

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