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Author:  King of Spades [ Tue Oct 19, 2010 7:36 pm ]
Post subject:  Power Supply for Theremax

Hello.

I bought a Theremax kit ("international" version) and need a power supply for my country's 240V AC mains. The manual tells me I need a 12V DC supply, but doesn't specify a current as far as I can find. From reading around the internet, I think I need a 12V DC 100mA unregulated supply, but can you confirm this, please?

Many thanks in advance.

Author:  PAiA-Scott [ Wed Oct 20, 2010 10:17 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Power Supply for Theremax

I see that you're in the UK...

When shopping for the 12vdc wall mount power supply (100mA or more)
note the connector on the end of the part is not a concern as the
instructions are to clip and solder the wires direct. A dvm set to
measure dc volts can be used to confirm the polarity of the two
wires--when the red probe is on the plus pole and the black probe is
on the minus pole, the reading is a positive value--with the probes
switched, the reading is negative as indicated by a minus symbol
before the digits.

2913 is an example on this site:

http://www.rapidonline.com/productinfo. ... leno=71060 <http://www.rapidonline.com/productinfo.aspx?tier1=Electrical+%26+Power&tier2=Power+Supplies&tier3=Plug+In+PSUs&tier4=AC%2fAC+and+AC%2fDC+plug++top+linear+PSU&moduleno=71060>

Be sure to check out the topics over in this section of PAiA Talk, in particular, the tips/suggestions with an image of the way the wires need to be dressed, and, with the substitution of three capacitors and addition of a resistor onto the Timbre control the sound and volume action can be improved -- you'll also see the QuickTune method, the best way for getting the tuning slugs set just right.

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Author:  King of Spades [ Fri Oct 29, 2010 2:48 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Power Supply for Theremax

Apologies... yes, I should have said that I am in the UK.

Thank you for the advice.

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