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Offline GeworthomdTopic starter

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Help Source Output Power Module
« on: January 16, 2024, 07:14:10 pm »
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May I ask for your help. I trying to source these for a project on an older piece of audio that is being repaired for me but not by me. I don’t know much. If your questions are technical I will have to back and ask first so please be a bit patient with my limited knowledge. This isn’t my profession. If you can help then I would respectfully appreciate it.


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Re: Help Source Output Power Module
« Reply #1 on: January 18, 2024, 12:56:08 pm »
It is not mentioned what electronic component exactly you are sourcing. From your text is seems that you are looking something that has to do with a power supply with 3 output channels. Given the 500 Volt DC for the first channel I suspect this is about an audio device with tubes.

If this is indeed about a repair, there should be a power supply already in the device. It should be possible to repair that power supply. And this is likely also the easy route.

Sourcing a power supply with the listed requirements is not that difficult, although one with an appropriate 500 V channel might be a bit more difficult to find as not very common these days.

Could you confirm a power supply with the 3 specified channels is what you need? Or 3 separate power supplies which is the same. Can the two 9 to 11 Volt channels be combined or is a galvanic isolation required?

This said, the person dealing with the repair should be able to source the power supply too as there is nothing voodoo about that.

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