eman, (name spelled backwards, clever)eman said:Hi everybody!
I've got a 24V regulated DC power supply (current 10A). But now its output is 47V. Does anybody tell me what is the problem and what I can do to troubleshoot this power supply ?
Yep. those are the terminals that I was referring to. I gather you have checked them and they are connected properly.eman said:Hi Hgmjr,
Thanks for your reply.
It's a switching power supply. It's a VS3 Astec PS.
I don't know much about this. I don't have the schema,either.
It does have a control connector. There are the (+) Remote Sense terminal & (-) Remote Sense terminal. Is that what you mentioned above?
If you have any ideas, pls let me know.
Thank you very much.
Thanks for the credit eman but I can claim none of it for it was gadget and he alone who was responsible for producing the "deus ex machina".eman said:You're right,Hgmjr and Gadget. The problem is the wrong value resistor in the divider. I've replaced this resistor and the PSU works well.
Again,thanks a lot !!!
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