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A new InTheMail video because mail items have been constantly coming in. Your feedback has helped me calm down a lot. There was a mention of a stress test in a datasheet and that meant for that particular led manufacturer running it at 60 degrees C full rated current for hours with no resulting damage. Gopher has addressed some of the issues I found in the old revision and sent me their latest for review.
You will see a teardown vatasheet well as various tests performed on this power daasheet. On Feb 4, 3: Or will Murphy get me this time?
My kit was missing 1 small heatsink and one of the electrolytics was a xatasheet value than specified on the PCB. In this video I am assembling a multiple fixed rail power supply kit. I’m a little confused about what the problem is, but if you are trying to datashdet power supply noise, then I’d put the cap-multipliers after the voltage regualtors.
My next layout will have less impedance in the power tracks there’s already a ground planeand I will increase decoupling after the regulators – there’s only about 30uF there right now because, mainly, of headroom problems but I’ll reassess that.
For sensitive circuitry you’re often much better off using a capacitance multiplier. A low-ohm resistor in series with the output will de-Q the resonance, and can sometimes help a lot. Or is it random noise? Here is a list of items shown in this video: I’ve got an analogue circuit with a gain of a few thousand. On Wed, 02 Feb I thought I was seeing some subtle and major gotcha, but your comments have helped me get this in perspective.
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Two pole multipliers are better. That can cause some nasty noise peaks in the kHz range, depending on the size of the output capacitor and the amount of current being drawn. I’ve noticed that there are some expensive regulators touted as “fast transient response” around, do people find these significantly reduce supply ripple, i. How about a schematic?
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Thank you for the replies. John Or else use higher beta transistors that let jack up the resistor and use ceramics. I will be posting an update with some measurements for comparison once I get the upgrade done. Ask a question – edaboard. As usual with these lcd monitors, the fault is caused by capacitors on the power supply board.
Watch the video and see how I got myself into trouble. Will it work at first power on? If I were to guess I would say you need to run these at less than 50 degrees C to get some decent life daatasheet of them.
Are fast transient response regulators worth using?
I also reverse engineered and got a schematic of this kit which I am showing towards the end of the video. This power supply works with a V input either through a USB mini socket or a dc barrel jack 2. I must the only person around who doesn’t know what a cap multipler is. Previous page Page 1 97m05 2.
Is the ‘ripple’ synchronous with the signal you are amplifying?
Op amps have practically infinite CMR at low frequencies, where the cap multiplier’s vague idea of an output voltage occurs, but are really horrible up in the tens to hundreds of kHz, where a good cap multiplier is like a brick wall. And another on the c-mult output gobbles up residual feedthrough. Regulators have an inductive output characteristic, which wants to resonate with the output capacitor.
I’ll try a few ohms in the output of the regs, add filtering to each critical IC’s power, and relax.
Also, when I did the sums, I realised the ripple simply corresponds to about 1.