Tobbobrillo said it was ok for me to open this thread!
First thing is... Thanks Rowman for your BOM. Sorry if it is lame to quote you here aesthetically but it is a great kickoff...
I am hoping to build the quad euro version and plan to stuff the boards in advance! (Famous last words)rowman wrote:Ok take 2:
Revised 281 BOM
Now the only things not on the BOM are the L7810, MPF-102, pots and switches.
Edit: I put in polypropylene caps for .1uF, would c0g mlcc be better? The ones consumed listed are double the price of the polyprops though.
Also updated BOM, polypropylene caps had too large lead spacing.
Cribbing shamelessly off Rowman, I went with these high voltage super caps mentioned here:
They have a bigger footprint then the board want's to accomodate. I just kinda left mine sitting over the neighboring resistors, hopefully that isn't a problem.rowman wrote: Also in my personal spreadsheet I've changed my 47nF film caps to these polypropylene ones instead of polyester
The .1uf caps in the BOM had the same chubby case size. I checked some other caps I had and 2.5mm wide x 7.2 long x 6.5 high seem like the expected case size. FWIW, Mouser part: 80-R82EC3100DQ70J look like the right size for the .1uF and, for the .047uF, Mouser part:
80-R82EC2470DQ60J looks like the right size. You need 2 of each per board.
alternately, for the .1uF caps Consumed suggested the following:
consumed wrote: here's another "high quality" .1uF cap. this is not polypropylene or polystyrene, but c0g mlcc
double check the lead spacing on the board if this is a concern (i dont have mine in front of me)
Mouser part: 810-FK26C0G1H104J