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Old 25th January 2013, 10:02 PM   #11
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Do I insert the parameters from below into the spot in the upper part of the document?
There are few errors in your file, here is the corrected version, tested it on my PC and works fine. See if it works on yours...

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1326040/rectifiers.txt
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Thanks a lot for that, I really appreciate it! It appears to work just fine.

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So can we deduce that PSUD2 just stops reading if it gets confused by a line in the rectifiers file?
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When you download PSUD 2 the rectifier list that downloads with the program is a short one from a long time ago. There is a longer list available on the Duncan Amps website but I couldn't figure out how to replace the old file with the new one. I didn't find any errors on the longer list from Duncan's site (I only tested a couple of the new types) but the text document that jazbo8 posted looked to be formatted much more neatly so I took his word for it that there were errors. It works as well.
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When you download PSUD 2 the rectifier list that downloads with the program is a short one from a long time ago. There is a longer list available on the Duncan Amps website but I couldn't figure out how to replace the old file with the new one. I didn't find any errors on the longer list from Duncan's site (I only tested a couple of the new types) but the text document that jazbo8 posted looked to be formatted much more neatly so I took his word for it that there were errors. It works as well.
There were some "garbage" entries which I deleted, and the first line did not have a part no., it started with a "," which I think trip up PSUD2. After removing it and re-sorting the list by type, it seemed to work ok. To use the longer version, just replace the rectifiers.txt file in your PSUD directory with the file I posted above.

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Old 10th October 2013, 11:56 PM   #16
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Does anyone have the updated rectifiers.txt file?
The link above no longer works.

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