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Author Topic: Solid State With Relay, Power Supply Modification.  (Read 5006 times)

Offline dxer_87

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Solid State With Relay, Power Supply Modification.
« on: January 25, 2018, 09:19:54 AM »
May be added to a ground line in symetric power supplies or other classic supplies, in i.e. Audio Amplifiers. Works only with a 0,1-1F overall supply. (that ) Better with high voltages (only selected power amplifiers works with 40-60V lines).

Connecting capacitors in parallel doesn't increase voltage durability. If you connect them in series to raise durability don't set them equal, it's the worst case. One should be enough different from the other. For example 22F 2.5V and 2.2uF 50V :)



Offline Ferisoda

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Re: Solid State With Relay, Power Supply Modification.
« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2018, 11:51:26 AM »
If I take this information to publish, can I share my knowledge?

Offline dxer_87

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Re: Solid State With Relay, Power Supply Modification.
« Reply #2 on: March 24, 2023, 07:00:40 PM »
Of course you can share. Maybe the schematic is not the best but some devices really works with "Impulse" addon, than they can be powered from battery cell. Only relay on plus line is needed and adjusted multivibrator. It saves energy basing on capacitors. Even if your ratio is 1 second powered 2 seconds off, this is real deal, but can be tuned in PS by modifying caps.

The idea for this came to me when i saw some devices work still even after plugging off. i've tested this circuit and you can power it then from UPS i.e.