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Power Supply 19v 6.32a 120w HELP!

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gulias

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Hi i´m from Brazil and i need to make a power supply "battery charger" for my notebook, can any one help me? Thanks!
a link to toshiba´s power supply that i need.
Toshiba A75

[/url]www.toshibadirect.com/td/b2c/adet.to?poid=271193&seg=HHO&coid=-27401&rcid=-26364&ccid=1291043

ps. Sory about my english
 

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Thanks Ian for the reply, but i´am too newbie to understant the tecnical link that you send me, but in the other link taht you send me https://ludens.cl/Electron/Ps20/ps20.gif

this is the circuit that i need? i have only to change the T1 to 24 volts? is that or i have to change some thing more?

Thanks Ian sorry for so many questions.
 

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I would change the following:

T1-->20-24Vac
C1-->10,000µF/40Vdc
C2-->1000-2200µF/35Vdc
R2/R3-->may require correction for 19V output ..

And, as I suggested before, you don't need Q5-R9 and Q6-R10 ..

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IanP
 

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Thanks Ian for the fast reply! ! ! ! ! !:D:D:D
 

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