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strokedmaro

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Hello again. I was hoping someone might know where I could get a 35vdc power supply capable of 10A...or a transformer capable of these numbers. I could then throw on a filter cap and bridge rectifier also. It would also be helpful if the primary was 115vac or 220vac but either will do. THANKS!!!
 

colin55

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Date: 2009-02-23, 6:37PM CST



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Willbe

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You can also parallel or serial several identical 'formers from Hosfelt.com or Allelectronics.com. By switching these in and out you can keep the rectifier heatsink dissipation down.
 
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