[2510] 9v Isolated Power

Date: February 7th, 2019 | Comments : [2] | Categories: DIY.

Details of my 9v isolated power converter now in the Lab Notebook.


2 Responses to “9v Isolated Power”

[786253] Mr KOSMOS Says: 3:49 pm, February 26th, 2019

Awesome! Hi, Mr Jack, this is my first post on tour website. I have a few questions: can this be used to power a negative ground pedal? Is it possible to wire one of these to a 9v supply, connect ISO to battery ground and use 9v and ISO- as an 18v supply? And going further, can someone connect isolated outputs in series to get a way larger supply?

[786254] admin Says: 1:34 pm, February 27th, 2019

You can use the isolated output in the same way that you would use a 9v battery. This means that you can power a positive ground Ge NPN fuzz with it, just as with a battery.

You could parallel the outputs for 18v but that is probably not the best way to boost 9v to 18v. The 24v converter in the Lab Notebook could be regulated down to 18v, for example, or a charge pump circuit might do the job, depending on how much current you need.


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