Project: Power Supply / Prototyper all scrap/spare parts used.

Discussion in 'The Completed Projects Collection' started by Jassper, Sep 13, 2009.

  1. Jassper

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  2. Wendy

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    Not bad, I like the oscope, though it is a bit rough around the edges.

    What kind of breadboards are you doing?
     
  3. Jassper

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    Not sure if you are asking where I got them or what I use them for. :cool:

    I got those from Sparkfun.com and I use them for just about anything, mainly proto typeing with the Arduino128. I have been considering added a Arduino MEGA on the top. Plenty of I/Os

    Thanks for the reply
     
  4. studiot

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    Congratulations, very neat.
    You don't often see this sort of thing nowadays.
     
  5. cumesoftware

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    A very neat, well built project.

    I have no suggestions to make, since the quality of your work is very good, that is, considering that your PSU is made from salvaged parts.
     
  6. Jassper

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    Thanks everyone. I've been useing it a lot and got a few upgrade ideas. Plus I found a saw tooth and square wave generator I can pull out of an old project. Might throw that in also.
     
  7. electronis whiz

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    nice you kno you can get 24v from a computer supply also take -12v and conect to +12V for 24 v not much amperage though
     
  8. someonesdad

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    I like the fact that you scavenged lots of stuff and designed and built something useful for yourself. As studiot says, you don't see much of this kind of thing anymore. Good job!
     
  9. cumesoftware

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    Very neat project. Thanks for sharing!
     
  10. JingleJoe

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    for something built from junk it certainly looks shiny and not at all like junk ;)
    Mildly inspiring though, it's just the sort of thing I could use!

    EDIT: question, how do your switches and associated LED's connect up?
     
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