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U Kaz
01/23/06 08:06
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#108096 - I did.
Responding to: Kai Klaas's previous message
Kai Klaas said:
Have you read my last post, where I estimated the needed storage cap?

Kai


I did Kai, and as you mentioned that transformer current rating should be around 15Amps, I agree with that and have been looking for a transformer which could provide this sort of current but I have not achieved anything. may be you could recommend a manufacturer or something. As I did not find a decent transformer so that is why I opted to increasing current by other means (and I am NOT happy with this) as Erik said

erik said:


If you use a transformer capable of the peak current you need, a bridge rectifier and an electrolytic capacitor you should get a supply by far stable enough for supplying a motor.

Erik


I would love to do that but I am unable to trace a $%&@& transformer.

Kaz

List of 40 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Power supply      U Kaz      01/18/06 04:37      
   Book Horowitz and Hill      Oliver Sedlacek      01/18/06 06:36      
   all and every PS chip manufacturer has a      Erik Malund      01/18/06 06:53      
   Not enough information      Steve M. Taylor      01/18/06 06:54      
      more information here      U Kaz      01/18/06 08:56      
         Unregulated then      Steve M. Taylor      01/18/06 09:33      
            will these components do?      U Kaz      01/19/06 02:30      
               Overspecced      Steve M. Taylor      01/19/06 02:57      
                  Surge current, cooling      Kai Klaas      01/19/06 06:24      
                     Words of wisdom.      Steve M. Taylor      01/19/06 08:05      
                        count me in      Erik Malund      01/19/06 08:35      
                        Exactly      Kai Klaas      01/20/06 06:13      
                           ALWAYS.      Steve M. Taylor      01/20/06 06:43      
         How about . . .      Hal Albach      01/18/06 13:08      
            Energy Storage Capacitors        Andy Neil      01/19/06 04:23      
               transformer      U Kaz      01/19/06 04:50      
                  NO.      Steve M. Taylor      01/19/06 05:34      
                     20A?      Andy Neil      01/19/06 06:13      
                        some transient      Erik Malund      01/19/06 07:00      
                           And,...      Steve M. Taylor      01/19/06 07:59      
                              re: And...      U Kaz      01/19/06 08:40      
                                 Now you're talking      Steve M. Taylor      01/19/06 09:19      
                                    Are you sure?      Andy Neil      01/19/06 09:37      
                                 Storage cap      Kai Klaas      01/20/06 06:10      
                                    an element of fuzzyness      Erik Malund      01/20/06 06:49      
                                       My problem too      Steve M. Taylor      01/20/06 08:34      
                                          Fuzzy...      Andy Neil      01/20/06 09:28      
               ???      Steve M. Taylor      01/19/06 13:41      
                  !!!      Andy Neil      01/20/06 09:27      
   Is this okay...?      U Kaz      01/23/06 06:53      
      Have you read my last post?      Kai Klaas      01/23/06 07:27      
         I did.      U Kaz      01/23/06 08:06      
            Reliable or not ?        Farshid Jafari Harandi      01/23/06 08:27      
            Farnell      Steve M. Taylor      01/23/06 11:40      
               re: Farnell      U Kaz      01/23/06 12:24      
                  so farnell do not know how to copy      Erik Malund      01/23/06 12:40      
                  Whut ?      Steve M. Taylor      01/23/06 13:13      
                     sorry, but what is this ??      U Kaz      01/23/06 14:58      
                        typo      Steve M. Taylor      01/23/06 15:09      
      Ok in winter, problematioc in summer      Erik Malund      01/23/06 07:40      

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