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Old 12th May 2006, 09:48 PM   #1
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Question RGN rectifiers in PSUD2...

Could anyone provide some information on which rectifiers in PSUD2's device list that will simulate these europeans;
  • RGN2004
  • RGN2504
  • RGN4004
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Old 13th May 2006, 12:57 PM   #2
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Default RGN2004 for PSUD

Rocky :
You may already know this, and already looked into this, but PSUD allows you to add your own diode models, assuming you have some data on the diodes.

I looked in all the usual places on and off line but cannot find enough data on these diodes, except for the fact they are very expensive.

If you had a data sheet, or if you had the actual tubes and could take current vs voltage measurements, then a model could be calculated and added to PSUD.

Or does anybody else have data for these diodes ?
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