Computer controlled power supply update

Posted on Saturday, September 4th, 2010 in Development, power supply by Ian

The computer controlled power supply being developed in the forum is progressing nicely. We got a big boost when Fenugrec posted a few circuit simulations based on a common commercial power supply typology. The simulated circuit is now available as an Eagle Schematic. We also transcribed the “Dave sink” constant current load from DaveCAD to Eagle.

If you’ve got some time this holiday weekend, check out the development thread and project wiki page. Have a project idea? Bounce it around in the development forum.

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