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Talkin' PSUs

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    Posted: 25 Oct 2020 at 8:59am
Talkin' PSUs

A PSU1 in kit form has long been hinted at, but the responsibilities I'd have to take for your safety are too much. Therefore, I thought it best to suggest a circuit, and then it's your responsibility to ensure your own safety, should you wish to build it.

The circuit shown here is not the PSU1, although it has similarities. I have assumed the reader has sufficient know-how to understand it. This topic is meant to be educational rather than a DIY project and can cover as many aspects of power supply design as you want.

24 volt DC linear power supply

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A little elaboration of the design diagram, the transformer, current regulation and output in the light of the 5v DC design experience now under DAK shop, would be gratefully appreciated, please.  
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