flakvierling
flakvierling
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15th October
21st October
It regulates voltage and has iron heatsink. It's fully working and cools over time.
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  • flakvierling
    flakvierling
    20th October
    Thanks for the improvement. Yes it can be and you made it smaller but I made it large because I wanted to fit it inside TO220-3 package. It's a common transistor package especially for high power circuits.
  • JustAPlayer
    JustAPlayer
    20th October
    id:2597430 <-- smaller
  • JustAPlayer
    JustAPlayer
    20th October
    this could be WAY smaller, i tried making a very small one and it works...
  • flakvierling
    flakvierling
    19th October
    Thanks for your updates. I made outside with INSL because there was no plastic in game. Ceramic is better. If you post your versions with credit I'll add them here too.
  • IVAOfreak
    IVAOfreak
    18th October
    Replaced the inner INSL with Ceramic. Now it doesnt shutdown anymore...
  • gamer22
    gamer22
    18th October
    just thought it might be useful for some people
  • gamer22
    gamer22
    18th October
    hey i made the heatsinc work can i post the working version with credit?
  • flakvierling
    flakvierling
    17th October
    Yeah, the pins are the same and in the same package.
  • ApertureScientist
    ApertureScientist
    16th October
    Inspired by the good old 7805 i see. I wonder if it's possible to build a switching power supply in TPT.
  • bomxacalaka
    bomxacalaka
    16th October
    TPT has no ground but you could pretend that no spark is a ground for this case a switch would work well