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Old 13th April 2013, 02:43 PM   #1
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Default Mezmerize DCB1 without Salas Shunt Reg

The pcb is almost complete, you will need a pot, a selector switch and a +/-9V PSU.
The matched quad 2sk170bl-s are from Spencer.
Relays: EA2-12NJ NEC | Mouser
Resistors: Dale RN55D / RN60D
The Mezmerize was tested with the Salas shunt reg.
The traces are not cutted just scratched.
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Neatly built, and very clean soldering.
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Neatly built, and very clean soldering.
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He, he, like a sawed off shotgun. Not complete but still deadly.

Recommend +/-10V as best though.
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Where do the traces on the far right go to in this photo?

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Hi, I wil buy that from you please. Can I pay through paypal
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Old 14th April 2013, 06:07 AM   #7
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Where do the traces on the far right go to in this photo?

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Ooops!

I forgot it, that's the PSU for the 7812 which drives the relays.
So, it needs an additional ~+18V.
I will post photo soon.

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Even +15V will be enough and it can be tapped off the main filter capacitor of the positive rail.
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Hi so i will need two power supplies, DC +/- 10 Volt and then a seperate DC 18 volts. Is that correct
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