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Old 29th April 2005, 02:42 AM   #1
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Default 6.3v Heater Regulator Schematic

Anybody have a favorite. From what I can find in the Bottlehead archives, Ronan had incorporated both voltage and current regulation in a design, but the links have long ago ended and the schematics won't come up from the archives. I seem to be leaning toward the LT1084 but am certainly open to suggestions.

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Is this the one you were thinking of? It is called the Ronan Reg Classic.

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Take a look:

http://www.st.com/stonline/books/pdf/docs/2143.pdf

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The Ronan reg would be overkill for a IDHT. Nothing wrong with overkill mind you...however Ronan reg seems more appropriate for a tube like the 26 or other DHT's.

For a 6,3v heater...for say a driver or preamp stage. I would just go with a LM317 or LT1086 current reg. Just set to the current to what the particular tube wants. Say 600mA for a 6N1P and you have a dead silent tube.
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