High Voltage Module

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High Voltage Module - Plus, we’ll get some S-Video. You can get an arcade-accurate black background by setting the "TV Type" switch to black and white. Power switchover can send differential spikes down any phase and neutral, and the isolation transformers prevent the UPSes and servers from seeing most of such spike. The phase difference doesn't hurt your gear one bit. Power gear vendors, like APC, server and network gear vendors have white papers that explain more of the technical details, but you need to wade through a lot of marketing hype. So again, I won’t go into too much specifics, because the guide will hopefully be updated over time more often than this blog post. U1 and U2. U1 is wired as a variable duty cycle oscillator with a constant time period of around 0.1 second. At that time I was planning to try to keep the RF shielding in place (this is basically required if you want to keep the RF output), but later on I decided not to keep it and repurposed the RF output RCA jack for audio. To build a theremin such as this, one needs to have quite a bit of experience with both audio frequency and radio frequency construction practices.

High Voltage Module

High Voltage Module - In the Spring of 2014, I began to develop an interest in the theremin. My early interest in electronics (1970's) was in stereo and amateur radio, not computers. Being an electronics guy, I was reminded of the theremin by the eerie yet beautiful sounds of the saw. In short, I immersed myself in the theremin and had a whole lot of fun. Tuning up a new theremin is an involved process which is not described here. Don’t mind that it sprouted a tail, that tends to happen to consoles that hang around here. If you don't have metered power panels or UPSes, count the rated amps of each supply, but bear in mind that server vendors offer options on whether 1 supply is idle or if both supplies share the load. My opinion is, share the load. Do the arithmetic - in a redundant setup, you must run each phase less than 40% of load to allow 1 phase to die, and still have some room for inrush. The plate load on pin 6 is a parallel LC resonant circuit consisting of inductor L1, capacitors C2 and C3, and the pitch antenna circuit.

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