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From: "Harry Dellamano"
Subject: Re: Overvoltage Schematic Wanted
Date: Sun, 15 Sep 2002 07:43:36 -0700
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"Joey @hotmail.com>" <"joeyga wrote in message
> Thanks to all who have replyed to my posting about the OVP circuit but I'm
> looking for the schematic that does not use a relay and not the crowbar
> opens the breaker. The circuit is used in the older Cessna aircraft and
> in a metal cylinder. When the voltage gets to about 16V at the input the
> voltage drops to zero until reset by killing the input voltage. The third
> wire to this
> circuit is the ground wire. I know this has got to be simple but I
> seen a
> schematic anywhere yet. Please keep me in mind if you see one and many
> to all who have responded so far here. THANKS.
You need a voltage controlled high side switch. Normally implemented with a
How much current does the load require?
I don't know why you are getting all this SCR stuff.
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