any brother can share 12v tube buffer circuit ?
#5 , 03-24 12:59:45
So, I said to use a 1:1 transformer such as WE111C.
#4 [Derek2A3], 03-24 11:33:07
何利, That's a interesting topic.
The circuit served by 41450686 is already pretty simple. Don't forget, since you are going to use 12V DC, you can leave out the lower part of the circuitry that consist diodes & transistors, just replace them with your battery. So it all boils down to the tube circuit above, guess that shouldn't be too difficult. Be frank, there is not much tube circuits around that can function properly under 12V DC situation & this X-10D is proven.
Now the question is why you need a buffer in your car? Straightly speaking, even the X-10D has gain, not exactly a buffer, have to say. Next, have you ever thought of employing a DC/AC convertor, in that case, you can use whatever domestic gear you like with a 220V AC tag. Just brain storming.
#3 [何利], 03-24 10:37:41
thx frist , or 有無d精簡d ? because i hv to diy 2 set
#2 , 03-23 15:19:00
You can use X-10D circuit or use a pair of 600ohm:600ohm transformers.
#1 [何利], 03-23 12:09:41
any brother can share 12v tube buffer circuit ? i want to diy one for car use , plz help thx