arnoldc wrote:Buti nag ka time ka to post this. Yung mga CMC walang specs... Ilang mH and A rating nun?
Tamang tama yan, dami naming sirang computer PSU dito sa office.
Salamat for sharing.
Gagawa ako ng magandang version (cosmetically), tapos i-file ko for patent and then bebenta ko ng $800 as audiophile product... Hati tayo sa kita, ok lang?
alexg wrote:I am very much interested with this project.
Like Arnold, I have a lot of working and dead PC PSUs at my office.
Tony, can you post the specs for the CMC and the ferrite core inductor (how many turns and the wires that I need to use, Edrel also makes this ferrite core inductor in his shop at EPZA).
I just bought a bag of MOV.
conspicuous wrote:tony, very noble of you to share this. i am not however an electrical engineer although i worked at motorola/on semi for a number of years in a past life. what exactly is the conditioning action? smoothing out of peaks (spikes) and valleys of the electrical source (e.g., meralco)? TIA
brady wrote:The much more expensive PS Audio Ultimate Outlet is just a common-mode toroid, and capacitors across.
tony wrote:brady wrote:The much more expensive PS Audio Ultimate Outlet is just a common-mode toroid, and capacitors across.
yup, i studied the brochure, and i found nothing in there to indicate otherwise.
so called "power regenerator" is just another variation of line conditioner, that is how i see it.
bumblebee1 wrote:Regarding the regenerator, is the output current limited?
bumblebee1 wrote:What about the 720 watts of P600? That's just 3A assuming 220V. Did I get it right?
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