Model Aviaton is not available here. May one inquire as to why that
particular article is so important? The sites mentioned in the responses to
your previous post provided good answers as to how to construct your own
supply. refer also to: http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~atong /
"Battery care, Chargers & Power Supply."
sub section: "Chargers" for:
PC Power Supply Conversion - Pat Harvey
PC Power Supply - convert to power a 12VDC Battery Charger
PC Power Supply Conversion (110/230 Vac to 12V )
all these methods work well but, given the low overall cost, I suggest the
use of a heat sink type 10 Ohm 50 W resistor on the 5V lines rather than a
Alan's Hobby, Model & RC Links
On Sat, 07 Feb 2004 18:43:45 GMT, Roger Christenson
Don't know, and the digital archives are offline and have been for
some time now. Got a query off to Joyce about that.
Responses in your other thread have links to on-line articles.
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