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DM Datasheet PDF – Fairchild Semiconductor DATASHEETBANK

I have tens of them with bad caps only so at least for me, statistically, that is minority. CT as well as 24.

Home Today’s Posts Search. Starter for 10 newbie question I have tested the DM using primary ground – neg leg on Big cap.

DM311 Datasheet PDF – Fairchild Semiconductor

Hopefully they will help you to understand the circuits better. But I catasheet understand the purpose of the resistor, why have it there at all if the DM can handle up to v on Vstr? Anyway, thanks for your valuable input, I see these PSUs quite a lot, but never had time to dive so much much into these tanks of shit Measure it and let us know what you get. Check the voltage on pin 2. Previous 1 2 And here are some drawings Attached: Originally Posted by Behemot: Typical operation on this power supply, it should reach and maintain 12 volts.


And than often the secondary CrapXons D8 which I have suitable replacements for, finally. If Vcc drops to 7 volts or below, the chip turns off. A potentiometer tied between the 1. But how come I end up with the really bad ones??? D311 abstract text available Text: It may start with no load making an impression it is actually OK.

It datasherttransformer will decrease leakage inductance. It is possible I get some of those FSPs too and that would be helpful in troubleshooting them. And shorted shottky diode on secondary side, I wonder if that was what killed the primary, or the other way around? Originally Posted by selldoor: Seems they have been using several different ICs but with practically the same circuitry.

It is the same board under the Sparkle brand. So there should be some V drop with zener dropping it further to 20 V. It also drops the volts to something useful.

That’s why I was surprised at first, I assumed I would be reading v here adtasheet that the resistor was bad. CT as well as hour customer service and technical support from 6 p. I am including some photos of that power supply and the drawings I made.


Originally Posted by everell: I did a comprehansive study on this power supply board a few years ago. I will start with replacing the secondary diode, the zener and the R44 resistor and see. There is chance the PWM is bad as well. That’s how I understand it anyway. It used to be problem though you CAN squeeze at least 16V D10 caps in there and one or two on other rails with some effort. I would start with that and that may be just it – mostly from what I have seen, the stand-by is not able to operate properly with any load when the capacitors go bad.

I have not seen a PSU of this type where they were not so replacing them is a must. The feedback voltage pin is the inverting input to the PWM comparator with dstasheet input levels.

Everells idea of replacing 1N with some fast diode together with quality caps should keep them alive for much longer.