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Bench Power Supply

Discussion in 'Electronic Projects' started by leorick, Apr 18, 2006.

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  1. leorick

    leorick New Member

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    Bench Power Supply with adjustable voltage and adjustable constant current power supply to share with all. Please refer my WWW for other reference such as stripboard layout, parts list and some picture of it.

    (Sorry, the diagram is too wide)

    Thanks.
     

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  2. audioguru

    audioguru Well-Known Member Most Helpful Member

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    Please specify its min and max output voltage and current.
    The transformer's output isn't 50V RMS, is it? It would make nearly 70VDC which would blowup most of its parts.
     
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    Hi AG,

    Another one of those eh.! 8)
     
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    audioguru Well-Known Member Most Helpful Member

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    Hi Ante,
    Yeah, we joked about this project on the other site.
    Its little BC109 will blow up very soon.
    The missing emitter resistors for the 2N3055 transistors would cause the one with the highest gain to hog the load.
     
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    This is one for your senses no doubt, on power up you will se, hear and smell it even feel it if you like (touch it and your fingers get burned) ! :lol:
     
  7. cocostarz

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    I need help building a power supply that 110 ac to 24 v dc at least 2.5 amp
    can any one help me out.. with schematics and diagram and parts i need
    thank you very much..
     
  8. cocostarz

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    wht do u mean by refer to ur www site.. what is the compete sits.
     
  9. Omar.M

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    His website is http://leoricksimon.blogspot.com/
    He meant that you should click on his name and navigate to his website through his profile.

    -Omar
     
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