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DIY adjustable power supply - how can I wire these parts together?

Discussion in 'Power Electronics' started by elxflea, Apr 11, 2017.

  1. elxflea

    elxflea

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    For you guys, definitely this is so basic that I'd get bashed for this post. Lend some slack for me on this, please...

    I have no idea in making out the part on how the transformer gets wired to the selector. I know how to mount the diodes, the resistor, the LED and the capacitor - it's only the transformer and selector connection that's troubling me...

    Anyone would kindly reply to my SOS on this, please?

    http://s1376.photobucket.com/user/photongpolgas/media/4idgth_zpsgxpk1bwv.jpg
    http://s1376.photobucket.com/user/photongpolgas/media/100_3088_zpsng1g7fq7.jpg
     
  2. Gryd3

    Gryd3

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    Can you please upload the pictures here, or make them publicly available?
    I can't see them.
     
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  3. ag273n

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    the photobucket link is returning an error that the image doesnt exist... you can simply paste here the image on the reply box.. if its too big, compress it to a smaller format.

    about transformers, you simply need to identify which are the primary, secondary windings and if there are any taps. but yeah, post a picture first.
     
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