V6 Power Supply Build Thread

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Re: V6 Power Supply Build Thread

Postby Joe Malone » Tue Jul 24, 2018 5:38 pm

densom wrote:
Joe Malone wrote:It is very similar to the AC/DC, Powerstation and Kraftwerk.

I had a bit of a look through the other build threads and picked up some good tips. In particular, I didn't realise that the secondaries should be wired out of phase to maximise the voltage the refresh rate of the capacitors. Makes sense. Will definitely let you know if I have any questions once I get started. Thanks Joe.

Yes correct the windings should wire into any of our power supply kits as the diagram on the side of most toroidal transformers shows.

So one winding start goes to AC in and the other winding start to 0v so you get 100/120Hz refresh rate for the capacitor bank.
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Re: V6 Power Supply Build Thread

Postby heftosprod » Tue Jun 18, 2019 12:28 pm

Is there a schematic to show the correct hook-up of the toroidial trans and switching and fusing for the V6?

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Re: V6 Power Supply Build Thread

Postby mikeyb » Wed Jan 15, 2020 3:24 am

Hi Joe, this looks the ideal building block for a workbench audio psu!
I've been trawling the net for current limiting circuits to include in the circuit. Is this something that can be easily built into your psu?

Thanks in advance!

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