[time-nuts] float chargers for oscillator backup power
hmurray at megapathdsl.net
Mon Oct 27 01:38:27 EDT 2014
bob at evoria.net said:
> The little brick says it's happy with 18-36V.
A 2:1 range of input voltage is common for power bricks.
On page 5-4, the Z3801A manual says:
BTS 27 nominal 19-30 operating, over 23 starting
BSC 54 nominal 37-60 operating, over 46 starting
A couple of other places in the manual say 19.5 and 38. One is a picture of
the sticker on the back next to the connector.
It would be interesting to see the fine print on the specs for the bricks
used in the Z3801A. I expect the oven startup current exceeds the nominal
value on the brick over the full input range.
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