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Old 20th June 2007, 03:23 PM   #241
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The two pin rectifiers will work too:
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Old 20th June 2007, 03:25 PM   #242
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However, because one of the pins is hanging not connected now, you need to use jumpers between center pad and outer pin. The jumpers install like in a picture below (opposite the white stripes which mark something else). You can also bend the pins and use them as jumpers:
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The white stripes mark the spots to install rectifiers in TO-220 packages (like MUR860)
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Picture below shows how rectifier board connects to the PS board: use 4 wires for DC, wires from transformer secondaries connect to pads marked A/C (one secondary to one set of diodes, the other to a second set)
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The board will also work with all types of 3 pin regulators (two separate footprints for different pinouts), and I will try to explain it later. It's pretty straightforward though, just follow the regulators datasheets and traces on the board

In case of TO-220 diodes, their pins can be used as jumpers to connect directly with traces to capacitors.

The short lines in bottom layer mark where you should cut the traces when 4 pin Jensen caps are being used (to get full advantage of 4 pin configuration).
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Old 20th June 2007, 03:51 PM   #246
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Peter,

I received the boards today. Thank you. Great job!
They turned out well - one channel is almost finished except for the outputs.
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Old 20th June 2007, 03:53 PM   #247
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Let's hope I didn't do any error with amp boards; I didn't have a chance to test them out yet...
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Let's hope I didn't do any error with amp boards; I didn't have a chance to test them out yet...

Let's see if you can power up a board and test it out

Do you have a part number you may share with us for the 3 pin diodes that you used in the first post with them soldered to your boards ?


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Old 20th June 2007, 06:10 PM   #249
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Those would be MUR3060WTOS-ND
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