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DN2540 + LM317 cascode CCS?
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Old 23rd December 2012, 04:17 PM   #11
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Gimp, could you tell me how you mounted the 317, or whichever the IC is w/out the mounting hole. Is it soldered to the aluminum or is that some sort of tape it's on?
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I used a small price of single sided PCB. I trimmed back the copper for a 0.1" border and soldered the part to it. It acts as an insulator to prevent the LM317 from touching the chassis. I also put silicon grease on the back of the board and it is in good contact with the case.
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