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Phil Allison
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Fri Oct 18, 2019 4:45 am   



Some Fuckwit Context Shifter = tabb...@gmail.com wrote:

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Quote:

Secondary VAC too high and the regulator IC or BJT
will cook with high mains.

just means a bigger pass tr & heatsink are needed.

** A fuckwit's worthless solution.

it's the standard solution for a linear reg.


** 100% WRONG !!!



Quote:
A few clever designers installed a pre-regulator using a Triac and
feedback in front to ease the requirements on the poor tranny
and heatsinking.

There are others ways to do it too,

** A fuckwit's worthless comment.

that comment certainly is of no worth.



** It's a very fair criticism - you bullshitting ass.

FYI to all:

Being a lying fuckwit TROLL like Nutcase Thornton is its own reward.




....... Phil


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Sat Oct 19, 2019 5:45 pm   



On Friday, 18 October 2019 04:03:59 UTC+1, Phil Allison wrote:
Quote:
Some Fuckwit Context Shifter = tabbypurr wrote:

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Secondary VAC too high and the regulator IC or BJT
will cook with high mains.

just means a bigger pass tr & heatsink are needed.

** A fuckwit's worthless solution.

it's the standard solution for a linear reg.


** 100% WRONG !!!


I see you're in bs mode again. The standard solution for a linear Vreg was always to rate it sufficiently, which once you've taken the various worst cases into account comes out as a good bit more P_diss than folks originally expect.

Yes there are other approaches, but sufficient thermal rating was/is the usual one. I say was as switched mode regs are now very popular.


Quote:
A few clever designers installed a pre-regulator using a Triac and
feedback in front to ease the requirements on the poor tranny
and heatsinking.

There are others ways to do it too,

** A fuckwit's worthless comment.

that comment certainly is of no worth.

** It's a very fair criticism - you bullshitting ass.


you keep complaining about me pointing out a small fact, and you consistently add nothing factual. Get a grip.


NT

Phil Allison
Guest

Sat Oct 19, 2019 11:45 pm   



Criminal TROLL & FUCKWIT LIAR tabb...@gmail.com wrote:

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Quote:
On Friday, 18 October 2019 04:03:59 UTC+1, Phil Allison wrote:
Some Fuckwit Context Shifter = tabbypurr wrote:

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Secondary VAC too high and the regulator IC or BJT
will cook with high mains.

just means a bigger pass tr & heatsink are needed.

** A fuckwit's worthless solution.

it's the standard solution for a linear reg.


** 100% WRONG !!!

I see you're in bs mode again.


** The reverse is true.

Quote:
The standard solution for a linear Vreg ...


** Is to get the transformer's AC voltages right, not add heat sinking cos you got it wrong.

Nut Case Thornton is a reading moron.

Common problem with most TROLLS.

They grossly misconstrue, then post garbage.



..... Phil


Guest

Mon Oct 21, 2019 10:45 am   



On Saturday, 19 October 2019 23:00:48 UTC+1, nut job Phil Allison wrote:
Quote:
Criminal TROLL & FUCKWIT LIAR tabby wrote:
On Friday, 18 October 2019 04:03:59 UTC+1, Phil Allison wrote:
Some Fuckwit Context Shifter = tabbypurr wrote:

Secondary VAC too high and the regulator IC or BJT
will cook with high mains.

just means a bigger pass tr & heatsink are needed.

** A fuckwit's worthless solution.

it's the standard solution for a linear reg.


** 100% WRONG !!!

I see you're in bs mode again.

** The reverse is true.

The standard solution for a linear Vreg ...


** Is to get the transformer's AC voltages right, not add heat sinking cos you got it wrong.


we agree on that one. Pretty obvious isn't it. Seems you're arguing over something you invented in your own little head.

Quote:
Nut Case Thornton is a reading moron.

Common problem with most TROLLS.

They grossly misconstrue, then post garbage.


Now it's clear you did just that.
We're done here.

Phil Allison
Guest

Mon Oct 21, 2019 11:45 am   



Some stinking Cunt called tabb...@gmail.com wrote:

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Quote:


** Is to get the transformer's AC voltages right, not add heat
sinking cos you got it wrong.

we agree on that one.



** 5 posts ago this CUNT posted the direct opposite.

FFS learn to FUCKING READ !!!!

FFS STOP LYING !!


...... Phil


Guest

Tue Oct 22, 2019 6:45 am   



On Monday, 21 October 2019 11:02:52 UTC+1, Phil Allison wrote:
Quote:
Some stinking Cunt called tabby wrote:

** Is to get the transformer's AC voltages right, not add heat
sinking cos you got it wrong.

we agree on that one.



** 5 posts ago this CUNT posted the direct opposite.

FFS learn to FUCKING READ !!!!

FFS STOP LYING !!


..... Phil


lol. You misunderstand something - how I don't know, it looks clear to me - then blame others, then get abusive & stupid. Typical you. Continue the same behaviour & people will continue to view you the same way as now.


NT

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