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Old 18th January 2019, 03:27 AM   #1211
darkstargtk is offline darkstargtk
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15V too much.
And I recommend using only linear power supplies.

Thanks for the feedback Pavel. I'll be stealing my LPS from the DSC2.5.2 for the final build - I was just planning on testing with the SilentSwitcher.



I'll find something in the 6-10v range for testing!



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Old 26th January 2019, 05:34 PM   #1212
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Hello everyone.
I am building this circuit but cannot find original Philips/NXP 74AHCT595 parts anywhere.

Does anyone have some to sell or know where to buy them at the moment?

If possible I would buy for 2 or 3 circuits (32/48 parts).

Thanks
Chris
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Old 26th January 2019, 05:53 PM   #1213
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Hello everyone.
I am building this circuit but cannot find original Philips/NXP 74AHCT595 parts anywhere.

Does anyone have some to sell or know where to buy them at the moment?

If possible I would buy for 2 or 3 circuits (32/48 parts).

Thanks
Chris
Chris,

Shoot thuanth43 a PM - I just picked up a set from him.

I also ordered a set from DigiKey - they arrived with the old NXP logo and what appears to be a date code of 2016 - not sure if those fit in the ‘old’ or ‘new’ category.
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Old 26th January 2019, 08:55 PM   #1214
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Chris,



Shoot thuanth43 a PM - I just picked up a set from him.



I also ordered a set from DigiKey - they arrived with the old NXP logo and what appears to be a date code of 2016 - not sure if those fit in the ‘old’ or ‘new’ category.


I got 2018 code from both digikey and mouser, no old stock anymore.

While mouser have the 74vhct595 same spec as ahct, with no logo, should be the batch before formally transited to nxp pre 2017

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Old 28th January 2019, 07:31 AM   #1215
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New DSC 2
Is anybody possible to provide an assembled PCB of the newest DSC 2 version? Im very interested!
Thank you, Norbert
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Old 30th January 2019, 05:24 AM   #1216
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Has anyone experimented with alternative output stages for Pavel' DSC2 boards?


I've been wondering about the Broskie BCF


BCF PCB and Kit
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Old 1st February 2019, 11:34 AM   #1217
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15V too much.
And I recommend using only linear power supplies.
Hello Pavel,
I am enjoying my DSC 2.6, and was thinking of building another, or another version like the one that holds a BB Black. Are there any kits still available? If so, what ones please.


I tried to PM, but your inbox was full.
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Old 1st February 2019, 01:12 PM   #1218
ppy is offline ppy  Russian Federation
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No, there will be no more new kits.
You can get complete information for making DSC2 at https://puredsd.ru
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Old 1st February 2019, 10:52 PM   #1219
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Hello Pavel,
I am enjoying my DSC 2.6, and was thinking of building another, or another version like the one that holds a BB Black. Are there any kits still available? If so, what ones please.


I tried to PM, but your inbox was full.
Try to pm the user Thuanth43, he might have a board

Cheers
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Old 2nd February 2019, 12:19 PM   #1220
lindamar is offline lindamar  Spain
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No, there will be no more new kits.
You can get complete information for making DSC2 at https://puredsd.ru
Pavel,

I might be wrong, but the gerber file included in the page you refer seems to be in not ok condition, meaning that if you get uploaded the file to any pcb manufacturing house what you can see is a big working frame which includes the board inside. I don´t think the gerber is well generated. Would you mind please to take a look into it ? big thanks



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