NeilP wrote:Should have gone with the mod route as suggested by Cor...far more controllable. This shunt method is so rough. as you have both found out
NeilP wrote:Ah sorry, as Netpronix has found out
amigafan2003 wrote:NeilP wrote:Should have gone with the mod route as suggested by Cor...far more controllable. This shunt method is so rough. as you have both found out
It's working fine for me.NeilP wrote:Ah sorry, as Netpronix has found out
neptronix wrote:What really confused me was the 'r134' right next to the arrow, indicating that the drawing of what looks like a resistor was r134.
neptronix wrote:Also i don't understand why there is a line coming from the transformer straight to the shr1.. or why a line coming from the transformer straight to anything is there. it made me nervous to even go there. I thought maybe the resistor went there but i was confused.
neptronix wrote:For the resistor mod, going off what he wrote, it sounded like you took the value of r134 and increased it by 1K to get a 25% reduction in current.
neptronix wrote:That's why i'm wondering if i run the resistor in parallel or series ( in series you have to cut the trace though, right? )
Maybe i should PM cor just to be 100% sure?
neptronix wrote:for the shunt mod, i adjusted the length of the copper and the amount of the solder on it to be approximately the same value as the original. Anything less than the original value makes it screech like crazy. Anything more than the original value produces the same amount of current as the original, which is really weird. The shunts must work very differently here.
neptronix wrote:It didn't make any difference in screeching at various degrees of shunt adjustment either.
fechter wrote:One of my Mini Limiter boards would probably work with it.
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