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Problem is most of us live in the real world where we've seen this stuff happen. I like your style. I need a second power supply, I got that, so my question is: Can I just use a 12v 1000mA AC/DC wall wart wired to these for power? Thanks for being part of this place, every year you all get cooler and cooler. Source

Arduino via Egeo 16 Torino, 10131 Italy Ok Newsletter ©2017 Arduino AG Trademarks Contact us Loading... Related subreddits: /r/electronics /r/eebooks /r/rfelectronics /r/DSP /r/AskElectronics /r/chipdesign /r/nicechips /r/devkit /r/breadboard /r/fpga /r/engineering/ /r/digitalelectronics Can't find your submission? Also, initially the rep from the place I bought the case from thought I could use the ribbon cables, but no. you just swap what came in the case with the tiptop extender, and problem is solved. Rayek L.C.O.

I got a unit from amazon 12v 30a for 26$ and 1 week later it fried the ac load line trace.Sent it back now waiting on the replacement.During its run time Toggle navigation About Devices Docs Forum Download Register| LoginLogin Login Username: Password: Log me on automatically each visit Register Advanced search Forum FAQ View unanswered postsView active topics Board index Hi-FiDIY I'll be catching up over the next week, please hit me up again at that point if I haven't gotten back to you yet. Reading threads like this make me love the shit out of my doepfer p9 cases.

  • Any advice ?
  • However, this necessitates an external supply which might not suit your configuration, but it is an alternative.
  • I would like to do this if possible, is it easy to remove the rca terminals?
  • Just noticed a bag of little screws in the Cell 90's box.
  • Wow some cool stuff going on there.
  • Skrodahl and a few of the others have been working to do the same thing as you.
  • But we live in the real world and with my small sample of 4 modules, that is definitely not the case. Karl_Joseph Just connect the flying cable directly
  • Also, the connectors on the main cable are much closer to each other than on the picture (on average I'd say about 5cm).
  • But yes - SSR is less soldering-to-be-sure work, but you do need to make sure its heatsunk still etc and theres another package to deal with and whole seperate power runs
  • I was going to make my own custom "flying busboard" to eliminate this problem (they seem really easy to make and it would be nice to measure out where the connectors

I got it all figured out with help from Richard at Pittsburgh Modular, who hooked me up with new cables for a nominal fee. wrote: Seriously guys. $7.50 is the cost of a cable... Pages 1 You must login or register to post a reply RSS topic feed Posts: 8 1 Topic by Claghorn 2013-11-14 23:37:54 Claghorn Member Offline From: Delray Beach, FL Registered: 2012-10-22 When I migrated the modules, I suddenly found myself in need of a cable for each module, as they didn't come with the Foundation.

I don't get it, seems like a pretty stupid design decision from Pittsburgh Modular... So ill get this one and if it doesn't work out Ive only lost a couple of bucks.Peter - thanks for that suggestion but I am only wanting an internal power While I am not intending to run at 100% brightnesss, or with every LED on at the same time, 4x 1.37 = 5.48. I like the symbol and the combination of the green led - green for go.

The connector combined with the traces are not designed to have 15A (QU-BD + Other bits) running through it reliably. 3 Reply by Claghorn 2013-11-15 01:36:56 Claghorn Member Offline From: Delray Would I only need this for the larger power supply? My first major project (looking for people who would like to help contribute) Bluetooth Sure 32x16 LED Displays!: https://github.com/evanric Print Go Up Pages: [1] This link has expired. KingKazma posted Feb 20, 2017 at 6:46 PM How motherboard is manufactured?

I have an old alarm system. http://www.harmonycentral.com/forum/forum/guitar/acapella-29/1709073- As an example, with this particular PS, 60+ amps are available on the 12v rail, so that current is available to all 4pin molex connectors on the power supply, even though Am I supposed to remove something from one of the connectors ? I just don't understand, this has to be a mistake... randomseed Dumbfounded.

A pair of extra-long needle nose pliers can be useful to position the screw while you're putting it in (especially if you have large fingers) . . this contact form Doubt that would happen. #3 Azix, Sep 11, 2014 mindless1 Diamond Member Joined: Aug 11, 2001 Messages: 3,018 Likes Received: 5 No, any cable supports full current on the # Its still limited to 25A but instead of all that current through one output (at which point, heat and failure are a concern), you can run 12.25A per 'channel'... Rating looks correct, anyways, assuming you are going to be using 120v in?

of Justice and Dept. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? I built a 5V 6A power supply (30W max) for a LED sign, and while I've measured the voltage using a multimeter, I want to test the current delivery ability to have a peek here Tech support help can be found in /r/gadgets.

Richard had to make design decisions based on these factors. Am I overloading certain rails or components within the PSU by not "spreading" out the load using more modular cables, or does it not matter either way? #1 d3vovus, Aug matt Posts: 81Joined: 09 Sep 2014, 21:57Location: Bay of Plenty, New Zealand Top Re: Probably a stupid question but I'll ask anyway by Fishstix » 02 Oct 2014, 18:53 I

And for someone like me who had no firsthand experience of the backside of modules, this power connector stuff is far from obvious from the pictures or descriptions.

About Us We're a forum dedicated to providing support and advice for motherboards, chipsets and drivers from all manufacturers. Advertisements Latest Threads ASUS 970 Pro Gaming NO VIDEO NO... Sign Up Now! but hey, it's the cheaper option and do double check if the negative/red stripe as written on the module and the bussboard match up.

If not, what do I actually need? 2 commentsshareall 2 commentssorted by: besttopnewcontroversialoldrandomq&alive (beta)[–]0x7270-3001 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago(1 child)1 amp is fine based on that datasheet Also make sure the output The way I solved this problem was to get a couple of the tiptop flying bussboard extenders, which have male connectors on them, so you can plug the module cable directly Rules for /r/ECE: We won't do your homework for you. Check This Out First page of the thread has what looks like this switch light, and page six has a photo of the power supply in an enclosure.

In one of the photos on that thread, you can see that there are solder points on the DAC where you can input 5v directly. two supplies opposite polarity running DC motor? No, create an account now. Different products have different specs - if you're an engineer, keep discussions purely based on merit.

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