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2000\04\26@115554 by Grif\ w. keith griffith

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<x-flowed>Brain dead,,, not a clue, maybe a series pass non-polarized cap?

I need a 1.0 amp constant current supply at 60 hz, line voltage
limited.  Constant current being  more of a sorta constant.  +-20% would
not hurt all that much.  Point me in the right direction?

The load will be anything from a dead short up thru open,,, with all manner
of stuff possible.  Simple resistance, caps, inductance,,,

'Grif'   N7IVS

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2000\04\26@121049 by Sean Breheny

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Hi Grif,

How fast does this thing need to respond to changes in the load? If it
can react kinda slowly, then perhaps just a light bulb would work (they
tend to havea constant current thru them because their resistance
changeswith temperature).

Sean


On Wed, 26 Apr 2000, "Grif" w. keith griffith wrote:

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2000\04\26@140806 by Grif\ w. keith griffith

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<x-flowed>Oops,,, sorry about not better describing the problem we're trying to do
away with,,, Heat!  It's doing what is needed now with a 100 watt bulb, and
actually does okfine with just series pass resistors, just makes the sucker
to hot to handle.

At 12:09 PM 4/26/00 -0400, you wrote:
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'Grif'   N7IVS

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