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    SyncTronX's Avatar
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    OPC,

    Can these power supply's and other modules be used with
    some of the Slewmaster modules and amplifiers?

    What are some of the ratings on those units?

    Looking for the threads that support some of those.
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    hochopeper's Avatar
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    Hi Owen,

    The image links seem to give me a 404 error (when I open up the link that's shown in the edit page). They look like google drive links, possibly don't have sharing for them set right?

    Otherwise looks great!

    Chris
     
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    [QUOTE=hochopeper;4285268]Hi Owen,

    The image links seem to give me a 404 error (when I open up the link that's shown in the edit page). They look like google drive links, possibly don't have sharing for them set right?

    Otherwise looks great!

    Chris[/QUOTE]

    Hi Chris,

    Images should be working now... it was indeed a Google Drive sharing issue. I was able to see them in Chrome, but not with IE. Now I can see them in both browsers.

    Can you let me know if they're working for you now?

    Cheers,
    Owen
     
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    [QUOTE=SyncTronX;4284868]OPC,

    Can these power supply's and other modules be used with
    some of the Slewmaster modules and amplifiers?

    What are some of the ratings on those units?

    Looking for the threads that support some of those.[/QUOTE]

    This is still a work in progress, and there is still a lot to be done! I'll get around to the power supplies later today hopefully.

    The supplies should be able to power anything you'd like, but you need to respect the power limitations. The PSU V2 is good for 1A at +/-32V max (within thermal constraints), the MPUHP is designed for +/- 18V at 3A but can also be modified for higher output voltage. Power in that case is limited by the 50VA transformer. The NTD1 PSU is good for up to 39V output at 200mA.

    Cheers,
    Owen
     
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    [QUOTE=opc;4285319]Hi Chris,

    Images should be working now... it was indeed a Google Drive sharing issue. I was able to see them in Chrome, but not with IE. Now I can see them in both browsers.

    Can you let me know if they're working for you now?

    Cheers,
    Owen[/QUOTE]

    Hi Owen,

    Yep, working now!

    Chris
     
  6.   #6
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    What did you have to do to make the images work properly?

    Then how did you make those tables...they look sweet.

    Cheers,
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  7.   #7
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    Hey Owen,

    Looks like you've got the LPUHP specs showing in the LME49830 amp subsection atm ...

    Chris


    EDIT: looks like you updated that while I was typing this note ... :)
     
  8.   #8
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    Hi Guys!

    Thanks for proofing this for me while I go. Using this format is very prone to errors, so it's good to have you guys give it a sanity check :)

    SyncTronX:

    I originally put the table data into "tableizer" to get the proper HTML code to make the table, but that didn't work with the Wiki for some reason.

    I did like the way the displayed table looked though, so I grabbed a screen shot and posted it as a picture :)

    Here's the website:

    [url=http://tableizer.journalistopia.com/]TABLEIZER! | Spreadsheets to HTML Tables Tool[/url]

    As for getting the images to work, I just had to share the actual google drive folder the pictures were in, in addition to sharing the pictures themselves.

    I used this to map to to the drive location:

    [url=http://gdriv.es/]GDrives - URL shortener, custom alias for Google Drive Site Publishing web hosting[/url]

    Cheers,
    Owen
     
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