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Tom Biskupic 26 March at The LTC part has spectacularly low offset voltage and precision but is relatively slow.
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Ability to individually turn each channel on or off. The GUI is really slow. Of course I could buy one but given I an am using this supply to learn about electronics it seemed a perfect opportunity to build one!
Using a low-frequency low noise pre-regulator circuit that cuts charging to the bulk capacitors. All the schematics and software are available on Github here https: Three isolated output channels. Big high VA transformers are expensive and to accommodate multiple channels datasheeh transformer would have to have lots of taps.
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I reduced this a lot but I didn’t want to dxtasheet the speed. When the button is pressed again this just notifies the Raspberry Pi a shutdown was requested and the Pi initiates a shutdown before finally signalling its supply to turn it off. In addition this circuit switches in a resistor temporarily to reduce the in-rush created by the transformers and then a second SSR short circuits the limiting resistor. Kivy Pi renders all of the buttons, text and other GUI widgets and handles touch events.
It’s small enough not to be a concert mVs The banana sockets have enough resistance that the measurement of the voltage at the back of the terminals creates a few mV of error at the iirfp044n of the terminals. The project intro blog talks more about what Darasheet was originally thinking. Sure I could buy one but where is the fun in that! Hi first of all i must say that this is a real power supply and probably one of the most complete on the internet.
A 5 to 12V switching converter provides power for a small fan and the raspberry PI uses PWM to control the speed of the fan in response to datassheet temperature of the system.
There is lots more datasheer could be done here. I eventually figured out this was a thermo-electric affect. What I don’t like. Also as this thing is a one-off I decided that using expensive components xatasheet a total non-issue. Most of this is not complete but the architecture of the implementation means I can support all of this in the future.
In March I started designing a precision, low noise lab power supply. I found some cheap AD references on ebay that are more than adequate for setting the DAC reference. I switched to precision vishay 4 terminal sense resistors which allowed me to reach the 1mA precision I wanted.
I found an alternative circuit on the EEVBlog forum that was reproduced by a member called BlackDog from a design that came from elsewhere.
See here for the first attempt. Bigger boards cost more and will take more debugging time. The problem with this circuit is it generates considerable noise as it switches at the point where the current is maximal.
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Lab Power Supply Project. More on the pre-regulator below. I’m also looking at your dummy loadsurely you know what you’re doing. This gave the additional voltage I needed without much hassle. So In general what I’d like is to have two or three output channels and irfl044n ability to run two in dual tracking mode.
Rather than muck around with designing a custom front panel I decided just to use a nice big high-res touch screen. This doesn’t provide much over the pre-regulator but does allow higher current output at lower voltages 4.
Digitally settable output irf044n. The GUI is simple but quite nice and I think could be made very nice with a bit of work. Rather than one big board it makes sense for each supply channel to be separate. The Raspberry Pi controls the mains supply to the transformers using some solid state relays.
This means a decent graphical display is required To have an Ethernet interface. Displayed current, measured output voltage and power output.
I’ve another questionon the voltage and cjrrent control schematics P1 the 4 pin connector at the end, as far as i can understand that is the output’ but i cant uderstand what the voltage control op amp is measuring because its input are tied to earth. At this point the capacitor current is greatly reduced as the capacitors have charged.