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Title: Please Suggest a Circuit to Use With a Regulated 150v PS
Post by: john abney on July 04, 2006, 02:18:46 pm
I have a Dressen-Barnes Regulated Supply, model 22 102 A. It's rated at 150 volts at 70 mA. There is also a 6.3 volt filament supply. The item uses five tubes.

I'd like to know if it's practical to use the power supply to run some sort of tube circuitry, such as a microphone pre-amp, an electronic crossover, or the like.

What types of circuits could benefit from having a regulated supply? And is 150 volts enough for a real circuit, or is that getting down into starved-plate land?

Your comments would be appreciated.

best,

john
Title: Re: Please Suggest a Circuit to Use With a Regulated 150v PS
Post by: danickstr on July 07, 2006, 03:41:11 pm
ask this in the tech section (or maybe STeve will move it for you) and you will get a better chance at a good answer.
Title: Re: Please Suggest a Circuit to Use With a Regulated 150v PS
Post by: rodabod on July 09, 2006, 02:58:45 pm
The power supply could run many different valve circuits probably.

I suppose it depends what you are looking for.

It may be easier to make a supply from scratch if you have a particular design in mind which requires a different HT or heater voltage.