Suitable Transformer

Discussion in 'The Projects Forum' started by knobydobs, Nov 13, 2014.

  1. knobydobs

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    Aug 17, 2013
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    Hia all,
    I have recently bought a Studiomaster 16-8-2 mixing desk on Ebay to find that there was no PSU included. After finding that these PSUs are really difficult to find, I have decided to attempt to build my own as the desk is a project in itself.

    I have included a schematic of the circuit that I need to build, the only thing I'm having trouble with is finding a transformer that supplies the voltages required. The transformer for the original PSU is a custom toroidal from what I can see.

    Picture of inside the original PSU: http://goo.gl/uK2vPj
    Another picture of the inside of the original PSU: http://goo.gl/Gt07L6
    Picture of the schematic: http://goo.gl/Dj1vyW

    Thanks, knobydobs
     
  2. Alec_t

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    Sep 17, 2013
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    Have you considered using 3 separate transformers respectively feeding the 3 bridge rectifiers? Or you could get a custom-made transformer ...... at a price.
     
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  3. MaxHeadRoom

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    Here in N.A. Toroids are relatively easy to come by, if you can find one with suitable Va it is very easy to wind on/modify for suitable winding's, generally around 2 turns/volt is needed.
    Max.
     
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