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Old 2nd September 2003, 09:54 PM   #1
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Default Pcb for MUR860 (or some else TO220 diode), recitier bridge

I have made a pcb for four TO220 diodes including snubber network with only a capacitor or a capacitor+resistor. The diodes can mounted on heatsinks and the pcb has 70 um copper, good for 50-80 A. Room for PHE450 heavy duty caps from EVOX RIFA. Note also that I use the best audio connector in the world, the patented Wago from Germany.
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nice. i should buy a few of these boards of get some made. i need some..
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Hi Peranders,

I would like some as well for some low power applications.

I had also been looking for a board that would allow me to mount all for the diodes on a single heatsink in a single plane. Peter Daniel made some for his A75 to Aleph5 conversion, but I've never seen them available commercially.
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is peranders going to make and sell some pcb's?
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is peranders going to make and sell some pcb's?
Hi Jason,

He is selling the full bridge, but if we ask real nice, maybe he'd be willing to sell just the boards to some of his friends at DIYAudio.
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Note also that I use the best audio connector in the world, the patented Wago from Germany.
Hi peranders,

would You mind to explain why this is the best (audio) connector?

I have used this connectors in a project 5 years ago but wasn`t aware that they should be "so" good. I`ve simply choosed them because they`re avaible in nice different colours and because they fit in this particular application so well.
Usually I rather shy away from spring contacts and feel more comfortable using solid srew-type connectors but this is just because of my gut-feeling and actually there might be some good reasons to use those Wago.
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Hi Jason,

He is selling the full bridge, but if we ask real nice, maybe he'd be willing to sell just the boards to some of his friends at DIYAudio.

indeed one would be led to think so, given the title of the thread.

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now i just need a price. i like them boards. there nice. i dont have any of them cute nice looking heat sinks though : O (
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indeed one would be led to think so, given the title of the thread.

Duh.
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Old 3rd September 2003, 06:47 AM   #10
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Hi Jason,

He is selling the full bridge, but if we ask real nice, maybe he'd be willing to sell just the boards to some of his friends at DIYAudio.
I'm selling just the boards.... see the link above.
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