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Offline mrjoda

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Phillips/Fluke PM2811 power source
« on: October 12, 2017, 06:11:27 pm »
Hello members,

i bought PM2811 for very reasonable price, so there are some photos. There is a small viciousness. Unit was bought from USA so it was set as 115V voltage. I quickly read this topick https://www.eevblog.com/forum/blog/eevblog-755-fluke-pm2812-psu-ebay-score/ and i set jumper to 220V position. I closed unit, power it up... blown both fuses, main circuit braker and every circuit breaker in series :D :D 

So what happened ? I take out power supply, checked all the components, all OK... then i saw it...
« Last Edit: October 12, 2017, 06:16:17 pm by mrjoda »
 

Offline mrjoda

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Re: Phillips/Fluke PM2811 power source
« Reply #1 on: October 12, 2017, 06:13:43 pm »
more photos
 

Offline 3g57

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Re: Phillips/Fluke PM2811 power source
« Reply #2 on: February 19, 2018, 01:45:35 am »
Hi all!

I see big interest from many members to Fluke/Philips  PM2811  PM2812  PM2813
So I'll show photos of some nodes and test points in calibration process.
You'll understand many thing by watching the photos.
I ready for answering for Your questions.

Best regards, Anatoliy

Adjustment Fotos







































PHOTOS OF MODULES:




















































Calibration procedure in attached PDF file.




PHILIPS 2813                                                PHILIPS 2813



















































I wish You a good repairs, 3G57



« Last Edit: February 25, 2018, 07:17:16 am by 3g57 »
 
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Offline mrjoda

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Re: Phillips/Fluke PM2811 power source
« Reply #3 on: June 03, 2018, 03:17:56 am »
How my Phillips die :(

I have been charging 4pcs of 18650 as usual (4pcs TP4056 parallel) with PM2811. I have been checking a current whole time. Everything was normal. I went make some cofee and after while "there is something in the air", i ran to my room and room was full with smelly fume. I looked at the batteries and two of them were around 80°C degrees. So i took them on my balcony in case they want to catch a fire. Power supply was turn off so i knew there is a issue more than hot batteries. I opened the enclosure and i didn't saw any damage. There was a stinky brown liquid around input EMC filter and everithing was clear - capacitor in EMC filter goes to silicon heaven. So i carefully open it (with hammer and chisel of course) and i was correct.

But i have no idea what happened. Batteries have 4,02V so they are not shorted out. Why they went so hot ? Current limit was set to 4A and TP4056 for 1A.
 

Offline sleibson

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Re: Phillips/Fluke PM2811 power source
« Reply #4 on: August 17, 2018, 02:56:27 pm »
Anatoliy,

It seems you've made many mods to your PM2811. Have you documented them. The one I'm especially interested in is your replacement of the EL backlight with LEDs. I have yet to figure out how to safely unsnap the keyboard/display board from the plastic clips holding it in place.

Thanks,

--Steve
 


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