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Does anybody else find it odd that these days state of the art android phones (and heck, sometimes even my computer) can juggle a dozen browser windows, render near-photorealistic 3D games, but can't animate an animated GIF smoothly? blink.gif

 

I'm more bugged by the fact that many image viewers don't support them at all. Win 7's default image viewer doesn't, and neither does the program I'm using, Picasa Image Viewer. Windows XP seemed to have pretty decent GIF playback. But other than that...?

post #40397 of 134632
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Finished the power switch board! Gonna wire it up and see if it works.


YAY!! *Fingers Crossed*

post #40398 of 134632
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YAY!! *Fingers Crossed*

(just the power switch board, the B22 board will come this evening, if I'm lucky)
post #40399 of 134632
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(just the power switch board, the B22 board will come this evening, if I'm lucky)


Didn't you already finish the 2 B22 PCBs?

 


Kyousogiga 2 Ep.3

The random level just raised by 200% eek.gif

I'm not even gonna try to comprehend what just happened.....

post #40400 of 134632
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I'm not... well a little.
but the main reason is just that I don't need it (as in I have nothing to do there.)

 


Holy crap.. my dad watching Kaze no Stigma...

I'll pretend I didn't see anything.... 


Happy birthday...am I the last one to wish...lol

post #40401 of 134632
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Happy birthday...am I the last one to wish...lol


Thanks, I just had some cake biggrin.gif

post #40402 of 134632
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Didn't you already finish the 2 B22 PCBs?

Almost finished them. I need to desolder the heatsinks from the old B22 boards first, and put them on there. But my soldering iron does not have enough power to do that. Slowly hacking away at the tin with a pump proved ineffective too, and I gave up after ~20min without at least one of the 4 heatsinks dismounted.

Just finished my transformer board. Ghetto circuit board work here (only had big wires, so wiring everything up under there would have been hell). But hey, no shorts, so I've got nothing to complain about!

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I'm more bugged by the fact that many image viewers don't support them at all. Win 7's default image viewer doesn't, and neither does the program I'm using, Picasa Image Viewer. Windows XP seemed to have pretty decent GIF playback. But other than that...?

Amen brother, this is one of my quibbles too. I've now defaulted to IE to view any saved .gif files.
post #40404 of 134632
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Almost finished them. I need to desolder the heatsinks from the old B22 boards first, and put them on there. But my soldering iron does not have enough power to do that. Slowly hacking away at the tin with a pump proved ineffective too, and I gave up after ~20min without at least one of the 4 heatsinks dismounted.
Just finished my transformer board. Ghetto circuit board work here (only had big wires, so wiring everything up under there would have been hell). But hey, no shorts, so I've got nothing to complain about!

The heatsinks are mounted to the PCB by 2 metal pins right?

If you really don't want to buy new heatsinks, you can forcefully pull the heatsink off the pins then desolder the pins and put them back in.

I've done this before and succeeded.

but try not to damage the PCB in the process (because want it tongue.gif)

 

The transformer looks awfully small for such a big amp... looks like 12VA to me...

post #40405 of 134632
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The heatsinks are mounted to the PCB by 2 metal pins right?
If you really don't want to buy new heatsinks, you can forcefully pull the heatsink off the pins then desolder the pins and put them back in.
I've done this before and succeeded.
but try not to damage the PCB in the process (because want it tongue.gif )

The transformer looks awfully small for such a big amp... looks like 12VA to me...


I'm gonna try to use my grandpa's soldering gun. That thing should be powerful enough to do the job.


That transformer is for the power switching board. It's only 1.1VA. :P
The real transformer is 50VA.


Now I'm served with the dilemma of connecting the transformers. WHY ON EARTH IS THIS SO CONFUSING!?
Edited by Tilpo - 11/11/12 at 7:08am
post #40406 of 134632
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I'm gonna try to use my grandpa's soldering gun. That thing should be powerful enough to do the job.
That transformer is for the power switching board. It's only 1.1VA. :P
The real transformer is 50VA.
Now I'm served with the dilemma of connecting the transformers. WHY ON EARTH IS THIS SO CONFUSING!?

 

LOL *Facepalm* my guess was waaaayyyy off.

 

what do you have to connect? I can help smily_headphones1.gif

post #40407 of 134632
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LOL *Facepalm* my guess was waaaayyyy off.

what do you have to connect? I can help smily_headphones1.gif

Well, my main problem is the following:

To my S22 I have 30V parallel connected power input. I want to use these 30V primaries for my power switching circuit, but the transformer only has two inputs. How do I correctly wire it up?


To my S22 the wires are connected like this. So what wires should I connect to the transformer?


Edited by Tilpo - 11/11/12 at 7:23am
post #40408 of 134632
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Well, my main problem is the following:
To my S22 I have 30V parallel connected power input. I want to use these 30V primaries for my power switching circuit, but the transformer only has two inputs. How do I correctly wire it up?


Hm.... Don't really understand..
simple diagram?

post #40409 of 134632
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What are the inputs on your small transformer?

post #40410 of 134632

Skimmed 100 posts. So somehow some idiots broke my bathroom -_- and I have to go piss in the alley everytime I need to.

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