[time-nuts] Questions on Nortel Trimble NTBW50AA GPSTM
cautery at montac.com
Wed Aug 10 19:46:39 EDT 2016
Just picked up a 48VDC via suggestion from Mr. Sims from BG Micro, as he
was correct... It will function on 24VDC or -48VDC and I have to put
another connector on it and/or add a power receptacle on the Nortel box
(just reverse the polarity on one or the other).
I agree that having Multiple power supplies is a good idea...
Just want to make sure that any power supply I add "permanently" is
QUIET... Just got rid of a noisy switcher that almost drove me bat-crap
crazy before I ID'd it was the culprit.
I test everything now before I use it... Noisy stuff goes in the trash
on the swap table.
Any hints on a specific 24 VDC supply that is quiet without Herculean
efforts at adding filtering/chokes, et al...
Clay Autery, KY5G
On 8/10/2016 4:59 PM, Bob Camp wrote:
> You can get a very good industrial 24V supply for < $40 (and maybe < $20) brand
> new from distribution. Comes with a 3 year warranty and has all the various protection
> things you would want on a supply. My claim is that you will always have 12V, 24V
> and 48V “stuff” running around. Having a bulk supply for each makes things a lot easier.
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