|27th May 2018, 04:57 PM||#311|
Join Date: Jun 2017
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Results f.e.g. in 43.2V * 1.414 = 61.08V - 1.2 V = 59.88 V (without load).
(Also my diodes differ from fact-sheet: given 0.72 V so I should have 1.435 V. But measured 1.54 V.)
Simulated load of the whole PSU with power-resistors results in a voltage drop of 5.7V.
So I would get 59.88 V - 5.7 V = 54.18 V if the mains-voltage of 230 V would not vary from 207 V to 253 V (ą 10%).
So theoretical I can get the min. value or the max. value:
min.: 48.76 V (-10%) / max.: 59.6 V (+10%).
|7th June 2018, 06:53 AM||#320|
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