Ok so first off be carefule!! there is 200volts in this PS and it can kill you! Both transformers are connected the same way. So both tx's have a pimary wire conected to one of the hot iec connections (not the earth) the other primary wire for both tx's goes to one leg of the power switch. then the power switch open leg goes to the open hot iec conection. PCB and Earth go to start ground.(connected to chassis) I attached a very crude drawing hope it clears it up for you.
I am not sure what you mean by 2 and 3? Are you referring to the primary? That’s the bottom 2 connections on the small square TX. Those don’t matter, the 2 wires connected on the top need to be the outer 2 connections and either can be connected to the pcb. And I forgot to mention that I wouldn’t use a led...I am using a 120 v lamp right off the IEC and switch.
Curious about your "EXCEPTION 1" pic. What am I missing?
Jess,That looks great. I'm planning on getting a powder coating gun to do mine.Haven't ordered my body yet, think a Binder 7 pin connector will fit?
Quote from: Dylan W on October 03, 2012, 04:35:22 PM p.s. AMI version build manual coming soon complete with pics of how to use the Amphenol end. Stay tunedLooking forward to it. Will it include a step by step build manual for the PSU?
p.s. AMI version build manual coming soon complete with pics of how to use the Amphenol end. Stay tuned
Dylan,Implementing a Binder will require a considerable modification to the bottom of the mic. You will probably not be able to use a screw on type shockmount either. It's for this reason that we are using the Amphenol 7 pin connectors. they drop in the bottom with minor boring and give you the ability to use a screw on Amphenol female cable end as well as a screw on shockmount.Davep.s. AMI version build manual coming soon complete with pics of how to use the Amphenol end. Stay tuned
Here is a pic of what Wave is talking about.
Quote from: tskguy on October 10, 2012, 02:03:13 PMHere is a pic of what Wave is talking about. Aw damn, I jumped the gun on this build. It would be a total pain for me to go back and redo my cable and mic jack. Looking forward to the build instructions though. Will they include the calibration part of the build? That would be great, since it's my next step.