[sdiy] +-12V from two +12V

Martin Klang mars at pingdynasty.com
Tue Jul 17 14:29:44 CEST 2012

oh and you should know that constant current doesn't really work, not as described by the distributors.
As it says in the user manual:
"Overload and Short Circuit Protection: Prevent the unit from overload and short circuit.
When the unit is under the condition of overload or short circuit, the output current will
be limited."
The current dial simply sets the overload limit, on an ungraded scale.



On 17 Jul 2012, at 12:59, Andrew Simper wrote:

> Before I blow anything up can I please ask someone to help out and
> double check something?
> I want to buy this power supply:
> http://www.manson.com.hk/en/dcpowersupplies_detail.php?m=3&id=5
> Dial in 0.5 A and +12 V for the variable output and it already has a
> fixed output of the same ratings. I want to generate +12 V and -12 V,
> is it just a matter of connecting the +12 V of the second supply to
> the 0V of the first supply so that pushed the second one's 0V is
> pushed to -12? Also is +- 12 V enough to run most audio circuits even
> if they are +-15 V on the schematic?
> Thanks,
> Andy
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