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The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!


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22 hours ago, Kerry said:

A nice benefit of the modules is that you can set them to 740v before you install them in the amp. 

I’m glad everything is up and running again. 

Thank you.

Eventually I found it, among a lot of other stuff. A test board for the battery module. I probably did it in spring 2020.
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Left heat sink has FJPF2145 (org. T2 it's 2SC3675) and right has 10M90S current sink set to 5 mA. Just find +250V and -560V and you are ready to go.

 

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1 hour ago, JoaMat said:

Thank you.

Eventually I found it, among a lot of other stuff. A test board for the battery module. I probably did it in spring 2020.
BZ8A0454(1).thumb.jpg.6e1e526f097e21c2b10e66bb13fe526b.jpg

Left heat sink has FJPF2145 (org. T2 it's 2SC3675) and right has 10M90S current sink set to 5 mA. Just find +250V and -560V and you are ready to go.

 

I only wish I can understand what you are making.  :(

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