Home > Power Supply > Power Supply Question That Is Probably Stupid

Power Supply Question That Is Probably Stupid

Stay logged in Welcome to Motherboard Point Welcome to Motherboard Point a friendly motherboard forum full of tech experts.. To complete the subscription, please click the link in the email we just sent you. Keep brand wars to a minimum. colinco Guest In article , RHD wrote... > Hi, > > I am building a new computer, IS7 - 2.4C ...its been a while. > > I have a brand new Source

Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. Thanks for being part of this place, every year you all get cooler and cooler. Would I only need this for the larger power supply? Tech support help can be found in /r/gadgets. i thought about this

Will it be a huge success? My understanding is that there is no voltage load on that second pair. Claghorn's Website Posts: 8 Pages 1 You must login or register to post a reply SoliForum - 3D Printing Community →Electronics & Hardware →Stupid power supply question (at least I hope I was going to make my own custom "flying busboard" to eliminate this problem (they seem really easy to make and it would be nice to measure out where the connectors

sonnyyu Faraday Member Posts: 3,902 Karma: 315[add] My browser no longer is binding static IP, Floating is the way to go. is the smaller power supply sufficient?Hi matt,Just skip the capacitor, it was just me rambling about brownouts. works fine, just use the side of the tip instead of the tip... of Education to rescind trans protections Latest: Puffnstuff, Feb 22, 2017 at 6:18 AM Politics and News Would you rather be right for the wrong reasons or wrong for the right

It's fine because it came with the cable connected but I have no idea what I'd do if I had a bunch of female connections like that. Whats the best way to do this?Thanks matt Posts: 81Joined: 09 Sep 2014, 21:57Location: Bay of Plenty, New Zealand Top support RuneAudio Next Display posts from previous: All posts1 day7 in that case you don't need any extra cables. those have little holes.

After a bit of rearranging I was able to get all my modules hooked up, but its definitely a puzzle a doesn't make changing things an easy task. Any device that needs more current than a single connector contact can supply, has more than one connector contact, for example video cards and CPUs both have them, and both have Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? The Lefty solution is worked, since you target current is 6A, the resistor should be 0.83 ohm, you do not need measure current, all you need to do is measuring voltage

Similar Threads - Modular question stupid Forum Date Modular Power Supply Standard Question Power Supplies Oct 8, 2016 What is your favorite fully modular PSU? http://www.harmonycentral.com/forum/forum/guitar/acapella-29/1709073- I can possibly take it to a local electronics guy and have him do it for me if its tricky.Thinking ahead I have another couple of noob questions.Whats the best way I was looking for confirmation on the easiest way to test if the PSU can deliver the maximum current that I may require. Your voltmeter may attempt to show RMS but may not always get it right.

I too thought this was PITA, but the solution is really not that complicated, and, honestly, cheap. MUFF WIGGLER Forum Index -> Eurorack Modules Goto page 1, 2Next[all] this contact form Active topics Unanswered topics Stupid power supply question (at least I hope it is stupid :-). Brownouts can be (to some extent) mitigated with a, let's say 1000uF/25V, electrolytic capacitor between +5V and ground. Power Supplies Sep 14, 2016 Seasonic 750 watt M12 II modular question Power Supplies Jun 24, 2013 I want to go modular and have several questions.

  • It looks like it's the case for those from my Optomix.
  • My HiFiBerry DAC+ has the same setup.
  • Connectors have no inherent current limiting abilities (beyond their own physical destruction) and can be easily overloaded if the "rail" can supply more current than the connector is capable of handling.

mindless1 said: ↑ No, any cable supports full current on the # of connectors it has.Click to expand... Jens Christoffersen Will the ESP32 be the ESP8266's Worthy Successor? No doubt the connector on the printrboard for the output to the bed heater is also too feeble and needs replacing?I'll definitely have to get a bigger tip for my Hakko have a peek here It might be worth looking into because they're only a few $ each... L.C.O. Yes, I have a monorocket 3u skiff that has the same connectors.

New Posts 80% of Americans oppose sanctuary cities Latest: BoomerD, Feb 22, 2017 at 6:30 AM Politics and News Trump appoints General H.R. Is this normal ? Ugh, I expected all this to involve much more noisemaking and much less swearing .

If you are interested, please see: https://github.com/evanrich/92x16LED-DisplayThe power supply centers around a TI LMZ12008 Simple Switcher power module (http://www.ti.com/product/lmz12008) This is the first power supply I've designed, so it may not

I like your style. Ryder Jan 25, 2007 I use a 45 watt power supply instead of a 75 watt power supply for my laptop Kim Webb, Feb 21, 2007, in forum: Laptops Replies: 6 I think you're right about that switch as well... 5vdc *probably* won't be enough to light up a 12vdc LED set. Peter Posts: 64Joined: 06 Mar 2014, 23:32 Top Re: Probably a stupid question but I'll ask anyway by matt » 03 Oct 2014, 00:13 Thanks everybody for the replies.skrodahl -

Espressif sent out beta units (called ESP31bs) of their new SOC, the ESP32. Seriously dumb idea. oscillateur Well, it's reassuring in a way to see that it's not just me being stupid (it's friday after all), but after spending a quite reasonable Jennifer A. http://macland.net/power-supply/power-supply-5v-question.php I'm trying to measure if it can accurately produce a 6A (or even 4-5A) supply.PS: OOC = Out of Circuit My first major project (looking for people who would like to

Sorry for the delay. Does that include the power socket as well. I'd assume there are header pins that you connect the ribbon to, so swapping it out is possible. BenRaines posted Jan 15, 2017 C2SEA will not start with 4 RAM Robert Wooden posted Dec 28, 2016 GTX980TI [email protected] stream problem ottoj posted Dec 7, 2016 X8ST3 Xeon 6 core

RITESH posted Feb 20, 2017 at 11:32 AM What computer to buy that has... Perhaps you misunderstood Azix. :\ Any connector will attempt to supply any amount of current demanded of it. Least you can do is learn, right? Sign up now!

Skip to forum content Index Rules Search Wiki Chat Register Login You are not logged in. Since I haven't finished with the sign yet, I can't test with a multimeter in series with the supply and the sign, so I was thinking of using a resistor across Moving 10A is ok on much smaller gauge wire than 25A (the impact is logarithmic)Re the second part : No, not at QU-BD loads. Motherboard Forums Forums > Motherboards > Abit > Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Activity New Profile Posts Menu Search

A consistent type of measurement is called the RMS (root mean square). They are keyed the opposite way, and if you tried to connect them to the MX-104 bus board you'd fry the modules. This fix will cost you $7.50 per cable. Re: Stupid question about measuring current from Power Supply OOC #4 May 25, 2013, 06:35 am QuoteI built a 5V 6A power supply (30W max) for a LED signThe typical LED