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Old 30th May 2016, 07:38 PM   #301
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i dont know what the columns in that google doc mean. there is one column that says full kit but then it says no PCB

i defnitely want the pcb board. i need everything to build a power supply for this board:

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Old 30th May 2016, 10:57 PM   #302
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i dont know what the columns in that google doc mean. there is one column that says full kit but then it says no PCB

i defnitely want the pcb board. i need everything to build a power supply for this board:

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I put your name in the spreadsheet, but I think your going to want to go the mini reflektor route because this unit can be so power hungry at it's maximum.
The mini can do 900ma with adequate heat sinking, and more with less than perfect IRF9530 CCS MOSFET.

Salas can correct me if my facts are not strait.
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Old 30th May 2016, 11:22 PM   #303
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I put your name in the spreadsheet, but I think your going to want to go the mini reflektor route because this unit can be so power hungry at it's maximum.
The mini can do 900ma with adequate heat sinking, and more with less than perfect IRF9530 CCS MOSFET.

Salas can correct me if my facts are not strait.
Thank you. Dimitri from the DimDim blog suggested (from what i understand) that the Reflektor-D can provide enought current with extra heatsinks (probably being connected to an all aluminum chassis) and yes you are right this card requires 0.8A at peak
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Hi Tea Bag,

signed up for:
  • 1 Reflektor mini board
  • 1 Reflektor mini full-kit
Spreadsheet updated.

thanks !
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Old 1st June 2016, 01:52 AM   #305
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is there actualy concerete specs publiushed for these kits?
I guess i should go for the mini.
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Old 1st June 2016, 06:24 AM   #306
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is there actualy concerete specs publiushed for these kits?
I guess i should go for the mini.
See post #1 and #297
See also The simplistic Salas low voltage shunt regulator for Reflektor-D complete description

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Old 1st June 2016, 04:33 PM   #307
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ok thanks. it is not what i was hoping for but i guess that's what im gonna get.

I would like to change mine to 1 Reflektor-D board and 1 mini board. not the complete kit. thanks.
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There is no Ap station on my bench so to confirm sims and I don't wanna make claims. Although some Linear Audio tests for Bib had confirmed its sims very closely I still wouldn't haste to assume for the Reflektor also. And things like 5.5nVrtHz at 1Hz noise or 80μOhm pass band Zo for the mini or big (J2 on both) are very difficult stuff to confirm anyway. Cables and interferences would dominate.
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when is this GB estimated to go to the shipment phase?
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when is this GB estimated to go to the shipment phase?
Salas and myself will need to decide when to close the GB, at which time boards go into production and shipping occurs after that.
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