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Old 4th September 2013, 03:34 PM   #21
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Wow, I have been looking for an amplifier board like this. I have some 500VA 62-0-62V transformers that I would like to use but the rail voltage is a little too high for most other boards using the IRS2092. Rails will be around +/-85VDC - is that too high for the board?

When do you think that you will have the latest version back from production? Are you offering only PCB plus parts list, or also assembled/tested amp board?

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Old 5th September 2013, 02:20 AM   #22
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Wow, I have been looking for an amplifier board like this. I have some 500VA 62-0-62V transformers that I would like to use but the rail voltage is a little too high for most other boards using the IRS2092. Rails will be around +/-85VDC - is that too high for the board?

When do you think that you will have the latest version back from production? Are you offering only PCB plus parts list, or also assembled/tested amp board?
Yes, 500VA 62-0-62VAC is ok, but with 1 pair IRFB4227 version (JLAmp1000D) the load should not be less than 4 ohms. +-85VDC Unloaded voltage is ok using your transformer, because I assume it will sag at heavy usage.

Hopefully the PCBs will arrive before October. It will be sold as PCB only, I haven't sourced the parts yet.
For 1 pair version it will be sold as assembled/tested kit.
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Old 6th September 2013, 03:44 AM   #23
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Yes, 500VA 62-0-62VAC is ok, but with 1 pair IRFB4227 version (JLAmp1000D) the load should not be less than 4 ohms. +-85VDC Unloaded voltage is ok using your transformer, because I assume it will sag at heavy usage.

Hopefully the PCBs will arrive before October. It will be sold as PCB only, I haven't sourced the parts yet.
For 1 pair version it will be sold as assembled/tested kit.
Actually, I am holding out for the 2 pair version, which I think is pictured below. I have a question about it:

Click the image to open in full size.

Question: Do the output devices mount below the board (assuming we are looking at the top surface in the image above) and are bent over at 90 degrees and screwed down to a heatsink that everything is mounted on? I assume that is what the four largish holes in the PCB are for - to tighten the screws that fasten the transistors to the heat sink. If this is not correct, then how are the devices mounted to the heat sink?

When you have the PCBs ready, will you also release a BOM for major suppliers in the USA like DigiKey or Mouser? Some of these allow you to upload a spreadsheet BOM and it makes ordering much faster. But this will take some work on your part.

When do you think that you will have one of the new (2 pair) boards built and tested?

-Charlie
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Old 6th September 2013, 08:24 AM   #24
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Question: Do the output devices mount below the board (assuming we are looking at the top surface in the image above) and are bent over at 90 degrees and screwed down to a heatsink that everything is mounted on? I assume that is what the four largish holes in the PCB are for - to tighten the screws that fasten the transistors to the heat sink. If this is not correct, then how are the devices mounted to the heat sink?

When you have the PCBs ready, will you also release a BOM for major suppliers in the USA like DigiKey or Mouser? Some of these allow you to upload a spreadsheet BOM and it makes ordering much faster. But this will take some work on your part.

When do you think that you will have one of the new (2 pair) boards built and tested?

-Charlie
Yes the mosfets will be mounted under the board.

I've created an assembly manual which includes the BOM, the part numbers are specified and it has the product code for RS Components and Element14.

I'll have a built and tested 2 pairs maybe 3 weeks after the PCBs arrived.

Lester
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Old 10th October 2013, 11:09 PM   #25
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Yes the mosfets will be mounted under the board.

I've created an assembly manual which includes the BOM, the part numbers are specified and it has the product code for RS Components and Element14.

I'll have a built and tested 2 pairs maybe 3 weeks after the PCBs arrived.

Lester
Have the boards arrived and have you had a chance to build one up?

I'm still very interested in the new version, if it works as advertised...
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Old 11th October 2013, 10:35 AM   #26
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Have the boards arrived and have you had a chance to build one up?

I'm still very interested in the new version, if it works as advertised...
Didn't arrive yet, there was some problem in shipping according to our middleman. It should have arrived by now if they chose different shipping option.

Yes it will definitely work as advertised
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Old 26th October 2013, 08:27 PM   #27
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Have you had a chance to populate and test any of these boards yet?

I'm eager to see some test results on them!
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Old 30th October 2013, 06:37 AM   #28
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Simple mono speaker protect for my amplifier.

Uses 30A relay.

Hi JPLester,

In this schematic of yours, I see that amp output connector is connected to ground (not speaker) by default via the relay. Is it also true with the actual relay by default, or the opposite?

Could you teach us how this circuit works?

Thanks.
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Old 30th October 2013, 06:58 AM   #29
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Thanks for pointing out, I mistakenly uploaded the wrong files... here's the correct one.

Simple explanation:

At startup, C3 will charge up.. When it's already charged, T4 and T3 will turn on, thereby turning on the relay. (Turn on delay depends on RC time constant of C3 and R4)

T1 (or T2 if the signal is negative) will turn on depending on the RC time constant of R2, C1, C2.

If T1 or T2 turns on, it shorts the C3 to the ground, thereby turning off the T4 and T3, so the relay will turn off..
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File Type: pdf SimpleProtect-withoutFanCtrl-Names.pdf (19.5 KB, 136 views)
File Type: pdf SimpleProtect-withoutFanCtrl-Schem.pdf (12.2 KB, 148 views)
File Type: pdf SimpleProtect-withoutFanCtrl-Values.pdf (20.1 KB, 131 views)

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Old 21st November 2013, 12:26 AM   #30
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Hello, I want to build this amp (JLAMP1200) for sub application, Im planning power up it with a smps and 4 ohm load. I understood there is a sigma-delta modulator, wich looks very interesting to me. Ive looking BOM but Ive some doubts about replacements:

* for 470 uF 25V cap 105C LL, part number is UVZ1E471MPD1AA (Nichicon) but RS number is 6841958, this last correspond to Vishay cap rated to 85C. Its ok to use cap 85 or 105?

* Whats the difference between IRS2110 and IR2110? Ive been looking both datasheets and the only difference that I seen is the propagation delay, is like "more simetric" in IRS2011. Can be used IR instead?

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