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    Post My small version of sproggies supply...

    This is my version of Sproggies supply..
    I was wondering, if there is anyhting I missed, and should add in, or don't need in the circuit...
    Your help is greatly appreciated..


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    Hey skinny buddy if i can see the PSu i can say something but i cant casue u have done the same mistake wat i did
    in the image you used c:/ but that will only show on your comp and not ours buddy so upload the image to a site ...

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    Originally posted by mastero:
    <STRONG>Hey skinny buddy if i can see the PSu i can say something but i cant casue u have done the same mistake wat i did
    in the image you used c:/ but that will only show on your comp and not ours buddy so upload the image to a site ...

    Mastero</STRONG>
    No he hasn't. He just sourced the image from a geocities site. View-&gt;Source in your browser is your friend. The link is below. Cut and paste it into your browser.
    http://www.geocities.com/bob_in_car_mp3/smalll.jpg


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    Originally posted by SkinnyBoy:
    <STRONG>This is my version of Sproggies supply..
    I was wondering, if there is anyhting I missed, and should add in, or don't need in the circuit...
    Your help is greatly appreciated..

    </STRONG>
    There is no rectifier/smoothing circuit on the -5v output.


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    Yeah, your right...
    what do I need??

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    Originally posted by SkinnyBoy:
    <STRONG>Yeah, your right...
    what do I need??</STRONG>
    A diode and a capacitor are the usual components. :-)


    Rob
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    Yeah, thanx...

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