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PSU prototype

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Over 2 years have gone already since I designed my own PSU. I found one of the original boards, so took some images :)

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Don't you think, the ground plane is a little.... small? :-P
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IngoQ wrote: Fri Dec 01, 2017 12:07 pm Don't you think, the ground plane is a little.... small? :-P
Nah :) I even used double thickness on the second PSU design :twisted:
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wow man, that looks really industrial post apocolyptic, was that the look you were going for lol
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