From: Tom MacIntyre
Subject: Re: 12 vdc to 6vdc @ 30amps
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Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2002 21:44:39 GMT
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On Mon, 16 Sep 2002 21:01:43 GMT, Jim Thompson
>On 16 Sep 2002 13:29:12 -0700,
>Winfield Hill ,
>In Newsgroup: sci.electronics.design,
>Entitled: "Re: 12 vdc to 6vdc @ 30amps",
>Wrote the following:
>|Tony Williams wrote...
>|> Winfield Hill wrote:
>|>> Circuit Notes: Seventy places 2n5686 or equivalent NPN TO-3...
>|>> This is a very fine circuit. It has an added attractive property
>|>> of being easily modified for use with 340Vdc input, rectified from
>|>> your ac mains voltage. Just change the 100R resistors to 6.8k...
>|> Sorry Win, I don't have 70-off TO-3 NPN's in stock.
>| The possibility of running a 1.8V pentium directly from the
>| ac mains with a quiet linear regulator has got to be truly
>| exciting. We all know how computers suffer from noisy power
>| supplies, crashing all the time, etc. Tony, now that you've
>| solved the vexing water-pump problem, you may have some time
>| to give this regulator try. :-)
>| - Win
>Gee whiz, Win, looks like you're following in Woodgate's foot steps...
>begin drinking early in the day ;-)
> ...Jim Thompson
Works for me, and I'm earlier than at least some here...not Mr.
Woodgate, though... :-)