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  • #2930

    Larry Edinger
    Participant

    What happen to the information for building Power Supplies that was on this Web Site?

    #2931

    BrianV
    Keymaster

    It is in the FAQs under “Power Supplies”. The ‘un-changing stuff’ is there, the questions & clarifications are here in the forum! I’m also currently writing a post on power supplies (what size, what type, why).
    BrianV

    #2932

    Larry Edinger
    Participant

    I get This content is available to HobbyCNC customers only. But it has me login at the top of the page.

    #2937

    Larry Edinger
    Participant

    When I try the view the information on the power Supplies, I get; This content is available to HobbyCNC customers only. But it has me login at the top of the page. The last time I bought from Hobby CnC was May 2012.

    #2949

    BrianV
    Keymaster

    Fixed for you. I did not have the “customer” flag turned on for you. All good now.
    Regards, BrianV

    #3018

    Tom Cyr
    Participant

    Hi Brian

    Could you Pls do the same thing for me. I’m having the same issue.

    Thx,

    Tom

    #3020

    BrianV
    Keymaster

    Tom, Done. Regards, BrianV.

    #3043

    Wayne Schulz
    Participant

    I also purchased your boards and steppers 4 years ago, finally building it. Can I have access to the FAQ also?

    #5311

    woodbutcher01
    Participant

    Gentlemen I would really appreciate info on where I could purchase the ingredients for a power supply for my hobby cnc 3 axis pro board. I would want a transformer bridge rectifier and capacitor to handle 36 volts and 15 amps.
    Thank you all in advance.
    Woodbutcher01

    #5313

    BrianV
    Keymaster

    Sure!

    I recently built this power supply to use on my test jig.

    Newark Electronics

    1182T12 – Toroidal Transformer, Power, 300 VA, 2 x 12V, 25 A, Panel, 117V, 234V, 1182 Series

    2 ea ESMH800VNN103MA50T – Electrolytic Capacitor, Snap-in, 10000 µF, 80 V, SMH Series, 2000 hours @ 85°C, ± 20%

    MCCM2501-RH – Bridge Rectifier Diode, Single, 100 V, 25 A, Module, 1.2 V, 4 Pins

    2W222 – Through Hole Resistor, 2.2 kohm, 500 V, Metal Film, Axial Leaded, 2 W, ± 2%

    Regards, BrianV

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