I have with me a Ultra Slim Computer’s power supply which someone claims it made a loud sound and no longer works so I thought I’d rip it apart as I was always curious how it compares to standard computer power supplies that “normal” computers have. This power supply (part number 397747-001 & spare part number 397803-001) is from a HP DC7800 Ultra Slim PC (GV709PA). It’s rated at 135W with 19V @ 7.1A output.
Monthly Archive for September, 2010
Following on from Part 3, our motor controller has been successfully built and tested, now it’s time to release the parts used, where to place them, etc so you can build your own. I’ve actually taken consideration to what I said in Part 3 and have re-designed the Motor Controller to have the components and lines to be spaced out a bit more however I’ve changed the lines back to 0.254mm wide. You have the option of both v1.0 or v1.1 boards, I recommend v1.1 even though it is a little bigger.
Posted in Projects on Sep 12th, 2010
Now it’s time for the part that you and I have been waiting for, the PCB development of this circuit! It sure did take me while to get everything I need for this and a some research on this topic but in the end it all worked out. This is a step by step guide to how to develop your PCB using a collaboration of various resources I’ve found on the net so you should be set to make your own PCB once you have a design after reading this.