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Old 29th December 2012, 03:11 PM   #1
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I found a schematic the other day for a regulated power supply,and I made some changes,replaced an EL34 used for the feedthrough with a 6550,and replaced the the high voltage silicon transistor with a 12AT7 tube used for part of the error correction amp. Wanted to know if posted schematic needs any other changes. I can post original if needed. Original schematic gives an output from 60 to 400VDC at 150mA.
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You shoud'nt put the heaters on the same transfo winding.Check the max.permissable voltage between heater and cathode !
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Wanted to know if posted schematic needs any other changes.
V1 should be negative biased. With R13 in mid pos the bias voltage will be about 1/2 B+ in this setup..
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You shoud'nt put the heaters on the same transfo winding.Check the max.permissable voltage between heater and cathode !
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I'm elevating the heaters on V1, and V2, do I need to use separate windings for V2?
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Old 29th December 2012, 10:10 PM   #8
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I can't see any kind of regulation, neither in your hollow state, nor in the original solid state (from Elektor, I suppose?) version. There is no reference the output voltage would be compared with. It's just an adjustable voltage supply.

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In the original schematic there is a -70V reference.The way you try to do it here the outputvoltage will never go up(V1 keeps conducting).
With the 75k and 300k resistances the heater is between 300V and 350V above ground.For one part of V1 that's ok but the other has the cathode at 0V.Data of the 12AT7 :Vfk=90V max! You can't use a dubble triode here.
The powertubes (6550 or EL34) is limited to 100V ,so yes every tube a winding of it's own
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In the original schematic there is a -70V reference.The way you try to do it here the outputvoltage will never go up(V1 keeps conducting).
With the 75k and 300k resistances the heater is between 300V and 350V above ground.For one part of V1 that's ok but the other has the cathode at 0V.Data of the 12AT7 :Vfk=90V max! You can't use a dubble triode here.
The powertubes (6550 or EL34) is limited to 100V ,so yes every tube a winding of it's own
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So I should probably stick with the transistor,and only use half of the 12AT7,and use separate windings? I won't need to worry about lifting my heaters either?

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