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we are using infra red pointers.
Agreed that the infrared pointers are very poor. but then too i can expect the tolerance of 4 to 5 degree.
Than too the temperature is quite high around 85 degree when the ambient is around 24 degree.
Mains input 220v AC
For RCD have used FR107 Fast recovery diode and for output its schotty diode.
The ic does not have any current sense pin,
Yes Secondary winding is being sandwich between two primary
Sorry I don't have a diff probe to measure it.
But I have a doubt regarding Transformer saturation.
Zener Volt 11V
Output voltage: 12.30V
Load. 1 Amps
Temperature: Around 90 degree
Zener Volt 11V
Output voltage: 12.3V
Load. 0.650 Amps
Temperature: again Around 85 degree.
Yes, i am sure for the winding as you mentioned. secondary winding has been sandwich between two primary
but why is it that the temperature remains maintained if output voltage is less than 11V by changing the zener voltage to 10.3V
Yes, I have made the changes and have used SR3100 Diode instead of DL4001 and zener is 11.1V
yes, i have followed the rules, as per the datasheet.
i agreed that the track was quite close to IC pin 7 and 8 as marked in the image, but have removed the track and add temperory jumper. (Image...
i am trying to make an 12V 1 Amps SMPS using DK1203 IC.
Circuit Diagram, Top Copper and Bottom Copper with component placement file has been attached.
My problem is the SMPS works well for initial 10 to 15 minutes with the load of 850mA , but later it starts flickering. i have noticed...
You were right. Actually C2 was the issue. with the same circuit i changed the value of C2 from 470uF to 10uF.
and R6 to 47K. Which made the system work perfect. Now the voltage at Q1 Base drops down rapidly within a millisecond when RV1 is at minimum and hardly 2 seconds when RV1 is...
i am still facing a problem with adding a zener diode between Q1 base and C1.
have added 4K7 resistor to Base and Emitter (GND). so here when the mains are put to ON, voltage level on Q1 base reaches to 0.72V MAX. but as soon as the main as put to OFF, the voltage from 0.72V to 0.60V goes down...
I tried using a schottky, but its was not a reliable solution.
Yes, i Think i should try this, adding a 3.3V or 4.7V Zener Diode. where again 1N4007 will help me out for faster discharge, atleast till 0.7V
My problem is C1, because its the only capacitor which stays charge.
I have built a timer circuit using Transistor. (Circuit Diagram Attached)
The power source is 24V 3 Amps Transformer. and i am operating a 24V 10 RPM AC Motor for one of my application.
On Power ON, The motor will be ON for a specific period of time and the time is decided by C1...
i have used 1N5408 as the datasheet says
For use in general purpose rectification of power supplies,
inverters, converters and freewheeling diodes application.
can i use FR107 Diode
if cannot, can you suggest some part no.
The peak voltage what i am getting...
have not done power calculations for snubber. i got the snubber values from one of the article in google.
yes, i had measured the mosfet voltage which was around 190 volt and current to drive the motor is around 4.2 Amps.
The frequency what I am using to drive the motor is 1 khz.
And yes the mosfets are on heat sink, but I have noticed that without snubber the mosfet does not gets hot, an average temperature of 60 to 65 degree Celsius.
But when snubber is connected, both the snubber and mosfer gets extremely...