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  • Published in issue 7/2000 on page 0
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Max. Temp. Detector for Fan Controller

Max. Temp. Detector for Fan Controller
The fan controller circuit for the Titan 2000 and other AF heavy-duty power amplifiers, published in the May 1999 issue, has an output that sets a voltage if the fan controller reaches the end of its range. Since the controller responds to temperature, this signal is seen by the amplifier protection circuitry as an overtemperature indication. The disadvantage of this output is that the maximum voltage for the fans is not constant, but depends on the load (number of fans, defective fans) and the mains voltage.
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R1 = 22k?
R2 = 120k?
R3 = 10k?
R4,R6 = 1k?
R5 = 1M?
R7,R8 = 47k?
R9 = 3k?9
R10 = 100?
P1 = 5k? preset
C1,C3 = 100nF
C2 = 100µF 25V radial
C4 = 47µF 25V radial
D1 = LM385-1.2
D2 = BAT85
D3 = high-efficiency-LED
D4 = zener diode 16V/1W3
T1 = BF245A
T2 = BC547B
IC1 = TLC271CP
K1 = 2-way PCB terminal block, raster 5mm
K2 = 3- way PCB terminal block, raster 5mm
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