cisin at xenosoft.com
Sun Mar 29 16:14:48 CDT 2020
On Sun, 29 Mar 2020, Rob Jarratt via cctalk wrote:
> Thanks Mattis. I do test it with a load, although to be honest I forgot
> to do this when I took the measurements yesterday. I use a modern-ish
> IDE disk and a load board from a MicroVAX 2000 as the dummy load. I
> don’t know if that is sufficient.
I have NO specific knowledge of that PSU.
However, it seems likely that a "modern-sh IDE disk" in unlikely to be
In the old days, we used an automotive headlight bulb. That also provided
a lot, even excess, light on the workbench. Since my microcomputer days
overlapped the period that I ran a Honda car repair shop (until 1980), I
used to save any dual filament (High/low) bulbs that we replaced due to
ONE of the filaments burning out. I made an aimable mount for my
workbench load out of an early VW headlight mount.
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