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  1. carloncho


    Sep 2, 2018
    Hallo comunity,
    in a circuit diagram of a SMPS there are symbols D1 -D8 (see annex) which I dont know. Can anyone tell me what is the meaning and purpose of them.
    Thanks in advance for any answer.


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  2. davenn

    davenn Moderator

    Sep 5, 2009

    I assume you don't really mean D1 - D8 as different types of diodes are referred to

    I suspect you really mean D1,D2,D5,D6,D7,D8,D19 and an unmarked one in the top right … prob. D9

    They are a twin diode pack


    where the cathode of one diode is commoned with the anode of the other diode

    I would have to search for a specific part number
    are you sure it isn't already listed somewhere on the circuit sheet ?
  3. Externet


    Aug 24, 2009
    Can be the lower right connected as counterparalleled, A1 to K1.
    When 'circled' can mean LEDs :
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  4. 73's de Edd

    73's de Edd

    Aug 21, 2015
    Sir carloncho . . . . . .

    Are you just grasping for straws in zeroing in on those parts, as being at fault?

    The schematic shows the 8 sets to be current and voltage sampling for the 4 (or more) CCFL backlight lamps and feeding back correction to the OZ960 CCFL controller .

    Give your specific SAMSUNG model number and more info can be forthcoming.

    With the board connected back into the unit and then plugged in and powered up . . .is 13VDC power present at the R15-R13 junction feeding pins # 3-4 of the OZ and pin 3 of each of the 4539 power driver FET's ?

    PARTS DATA . . . . . BAV99L


    73's de Edd
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