Wow, I don't know what to say. I'm going to go commit sudoku now. Completely forgot to check for a datasheet. Er, what direction is that diagram looking at the transformer from. The bottom?
When they say apply 115v across 6 and 5, that means a voltage difference of 115v across 6 and 5, meaning we got L on 6 (and 4), and N on 5 (and 3). I got that right, yeah? and the secondary side I don't have to change because of diodes. Beautiful sexy diodes. Strange how the dots on the transformer don't seem to work.
Say, while people are looking at my thread, I don't suppose any of you have any ideas on how to mount said transformer inside a case without the use of breadboard, would you? I'm thinking of using a piece of wood, and having it mount on that. Also, any opinion on using 0.5A fuses instead of 0.25A? They're the only ones I can find locally. You know, just in case I blow through the two 0.25A I have left.
Originally Posted by cfcubed
Try googling "Cavalli Kumisa III" transformer wiring primaries. And look at your transformer's datasheet, e.g.:
Victoryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. It works. DC offset voltage on OR/OL to OG is 10V though. Gotta figure that one out... Reseated opamp. Now OR/OL to OG shows nothing, and R23/47 don't respond to trimpot adjustments. Power supply transistors are supposed to be pretty hot while sinked, right? I'm guessing sink temperature is about 80 C in 28 C ambient.
Edited by Ntropic - 8/26/11 at 5:55pm