Testing Power Supplies! Re: Norsk Data Nord-10/S restoration

From: ben franchuk <bfranchuk_at_jetnet.ab.ca>
Date: Wed Nov 17 15:00:35 2004

Tony Duell wrote:
>>>It takes about 5 minutes to test a PUS on dummy load. No longer.
>>...if you have Tony Duell's workshop and tools available.
> :-)
>>I, for example, have few suitable dummy loads at hand. I have a load
>>resistor which came form an old Sun (4 ohms), though I'm no
> Rmemebr that most computers run off 5V and maybe 12V. You don't need that
> many dummy loads!. An assortment of car bulbs (and holders if you don't
> want to solder wires driectly to the bulb caps) is a good start.

That is only true about TTL and computers that used a Z80 or later designed

> -tony
> .
Received on Wed Nov 17 2004 - 15:00:35 GMT

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