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Old 15th May 2019, 02:35 PM   #711
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The tabs marked BR1+/BR1- etc are the Faston tabs meant for connecting supply from the external chassis mount bridges.
So this ideal for using with THT ideal bridge PCBs
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Are there gerbers for the BJT Cap MX by M. Johnson/Gtose without the rectifier bridge and input caps ?
so I can use a LT4320 based bridge and other caps ?

I think what you want is the SLB. LT4320 bridge plus CRC plus CFP cap Mx for sub mVrms ripple under Class A load of 4A.

The SLB (Smooth Like Butter) Active Rect/CRC/Cap Mx Class A Power Supply GB

Here is data for the measured ripple under 4A load (yellow trace):
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