Mechatrommer Super Contributor Posts: 7058 Country: reassessing directives... Find all posts by turkey3_scratch « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded with this series tracking mode, can also be setup as constant/limiting current right? This picture is better because it shows the forward volt drops in the diodes but it's still not exact - how far do you want to go getting to the real Source
and at the same time the +ve and -ve rail be maintained symetric? if something is intelligent, how cant it exist? I literally had one blow up and catch fire. As such, it is an example of lies-to-children, and a very good one.If you expect your introductory circuits class to make you an expert, high-precision circuit designer, I'm afraid you're in
Any other links or directions would be great. They may provide only a certain wattage through certain wires or provide rated wattage through some wires only when there's a load on another set of wires (hence the light bulb). turkey3_scratch View Public Profile Send a private message to turkey3_scratch Visit turkey3_scratch's homepage!
solved Need help to connect cable to power supply and motherboard solved Help with 140W+ Power supply for Mini ITX build solved Need help with £75 Power Supply solved Power supply Here's a good one: http://www.novatech.co.uk/products/components/powersupplies/XFX/P1-450S-X2B9.html" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.novatech.co.uk/products/components/powersupplies/XFX/P1-450S-X2B9.html Or if you want a 550W version for future upgrades: http://www.novatech.co.uk/products/components/powersupplies/XFX/ Preferably from Corsair, XFX or Seasonic regards, Upvote2 downvote0 5 MikuChan372 days ago without DIY? I second his advice.
There were (many years ago) supplemental PSU's but these are no longer available. If anyone's interested, its a Zhaoxin RXN-3010D-II Dual 30V 10A + 5V 3A fixed. The 35V limit on the other two rails would be either mosfet or capacitor ratings.But the real point is not only do you have a voltage limit, you have a current http://electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/259063/confusion-in-deriving-ripple-voltage-for-an-unregulated-power-supply Check the loads going from the rambo to the heated bed wires.
dont ask me why i'm so stupid, its just i never own this kind of thing.ps: i'm looking for psu that can supply +ve votage and -ve voltage, but since there's About the usability , I have never needed to remove the connection with earth from the minus plug in all this years.And the days that I was working with car & Re: Bench Power Supply Confusion « Reply #4 on: May 02, 2011, 04:16:02 AM » I found accidentally one information about the Ground ( In a technical document) .. Logged if something can select, how cant it be intelligent?
I used a Crydom D1D40 in my printer. click site http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005CLDOW8/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_S_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=1TY66KOCHJBXQ&coliid=IWB8CB9XRDRP0I know I will need to run a small converter for lights and fans, but other than that, I'm just not getting it. Logged One can never have enough oscilloscopes. Re: Bench Power Supply Confusion « Reply #5 on: May 02, 2011, 04:20:09 AM » yes, theoretically negative is at ground potential but if it is floating and not connected there
Here is another picture of an axial cap with color bands like a resistor: Capacitor.jpg If you want to know how I know it is a cap, it is because the this contact form Buy a new PSU. When you enable series tracking, Slave Positive and Master Negative are connected internally and these become your (0) Ground. If you connect your circuit ground to the + terminal, and the input voltage to the - terminal, you'll get a negative 12V (or whatever you set) difference. « Last Edit:
Re: Bench Power Supply Confusion « Reply #16 on: May 02, 2011, 10:38:21 AM » Well the positive part is that only the Fluke 28II can read it ( lots of Thats a extremely low-tier and power-hungry card. Consider this: you have a physical ground and a power supply, usually the output is off the secondary of a transformer so the output is totally floating, that means you could have a peek here Wanna join the discussion?
I went digging in the forums. i found this review talking about " Corsair AX1500i Titanium PSU " it have strong configuration here is the link for the full review to see it : 1) http://www.corsair.com/en-us/ax1500i-digital-atx-power-supply-1500-watt-fully-modular-psu 2) Re: Bench Power Supply Confusion « Reply #12 on: May 02, 2011, 08:36:42 AM » Quote from: Kiriakos-GR on May 02, 2011, 08:00:24 AMSince when you browsing Agilent PSUs that cost
I'm ordering a Duet controller that can handle 24v I think. Bench Power Supply Confusion « on: May 02, 2011, 12:46:29 AM » i've been browsing bench power supply. I saw that mHackney has an all 24v system somewhere. Stick your LED in and you get the forward voltage on the readout I have to remind myself that its a 600w supply and to be careful when testing low power
All the power supplies do is reduce the voltage until the current is at the set limit. About a year ago I decided to convert to a 24VDC Bed and have not regretted it and nor had any problems. might work after all !! http://dotbowl.com/power-supply/power-supply-makes-clicking-noise-when-i-press-power-button.html The voltage is just a reference between the two outputs.
Unless you know exactly what you are doing, please read this post I did in December and use the recommended Auber 10A 100A #MGR-1DD80D100 SSR. Buy a new PSU. Posts: 625 Joined: Thu May 01, 2014 9:51 pm Location: Birmingham, Alabama Re: Power Supply Confusion Quote Postby nitewatchman » Tue Jan 26, 2016 1:54 pm The overriding issue however is When the computer not boot.
Top dmo Printmaster! The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Are the amps what makes the difference?