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Old 14th March 2020, 03:52 PM   #351
turion64 is offline turion64  United States
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Ah, so you’re looking to experiment with C1 & C5 ?

Pete
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Old 14th March 2020, 06:09 PM   #352
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Ah, so you’re looking to experiment with C1 & C5 ?

Pete
Yes exactly. I've got both the Solen silver and regular audio caps, plus the Jensens and was going to give the Mundorfs a shot too while I am at it. I built a stock one which is my base line, and am building a second one to experiment with various caps and opamps now.

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Old 20th March 2020, 01:48 AM   #353
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This thread is for discussions about the Power Supply Soft Start Board (V3) in the store. This is an updated version of the Soft Start V2 boards, primarily to make them compatible with the 10x10 grid mounting pattern we've now standardized on so they can be easily mounted to Deluxe chassis baseplate, riser panels, front panels and/or heatsinks. Refer to the Soft Start V2 discussion thread for additional information.

Change History
  • 2.0 First Production Version
  • 2.0.1 Added board dimensions
  • 3.0 New Layout
    • Double sided board
    • Moved AC in and Txfrmr connections to ends of board
    • Added Keystone connectors as option
    • Conforms to 10mm mounting grid
  • For future changes
    • Add polarity markers for electrolytic capacitor

Information
  • Product Page
  • BOM - Attached below (Last updated: Jan 14 2014)
  • Schematic - Coming soon
  • Dimensions - 110mm x 55mm


A note to anyone ordering that the following part numbers are incorrect on the .pdf BOM referenced above:

1 LED1 Red 5mm Red diffused LED 78-THLR6400 2.54mm
1 LED2 Green 5mm Green diffused LED 78-THLG6405 2.54mm

should be these Mouser part numbers:

1 LED1 Red 5mm Red diffused LED 78-TLHR6400 2.54mm
1 LED2 Green 5mm Green diffused LED 78-TLHG6405 2.54mm

Also note that the Omron relays are now these two models as the ones shown in the BOM .pdf are listed as obsolete (note the voltages):

653-G5Q-14-DC12

or

653-G5LE-1-ASIDC5


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