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 Post subject: Fuse
PostPosted: 09.07.2003 18:43 
I was wondering if I can get away without using a fuse since I am building this off of an old AT PSU, allowing me to leave out all of the circuits except the variable one.

Also, to hook up an analog voltmeter to the variable voltage circuit, shout I just put it in paralell with the binding posts?

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Shawn

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PostPosted: 09.07.2003 21:08 
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Fuse is only for added protection. You don't absolutely need one but it is good to have. Your choice. :)

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PostPosted: 09.07.2003 23:42 
Also, I realized that the old psu has a fuse in it, so i should be ok

what about hooking up the voltmeter? Parallel should be ok, correct?

thx for all of the help
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Yes, volt meters have to be connected in parallel and ampere meters in series all times.

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PostPosted: 09.08.2003 14:23 
Shawn, you might want to share your enhancement to Japala's modlab... I want to see how you added the voltmeter.


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