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Old 05-04-2008, 06:43 PM
Neptune769 Neptune769 is offline
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Default 24vac to 12vdc

Hello Everyone,
I have a project similar to ScarEye. However I don't know what I would change and to what value. Here is what I have.

I have a 24vac security camera power supply. It puts out 14 amps total with a max. output of 3.5 amps on each of the 16 outputs. I need two circuits. One that will go from 24vac to 12vdc 1 amp min. & one that will go from 24vac to 15vdc 1 amp min.

I can follow a schematic and make a board but I don't know how to figure the values and what I would need.

I am building some IR LED arrays for my CCTV cameras for night vision.
the first is a 104 LED array 8x13 the other has 150 10x15. lots of soldering.

Thanks in advance for any help.


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