I recommend the descriptions by GW4FRX in "The VHF/UHF DX book".
There are a lot of point of views in his article you might forget about.
After reading it I built all my supplies with new aspects.....and more
If you don't have access to that book (I highly recommend it....it's
excellent!) contact me.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ian White GM3SEK" <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, February 18, 2009 8:48 PM
Subject: Re: [Amps] Remote power supply question
> Andy GD0TEP wrote:
>>Hi to the group,
>>I plan on further modification to my GS35b amplifier, namely, to build a
>>My question is this:
>>What is the safest way to do this?
>>With just the high volts transformer remote, Is it best to run a supply
>>the RF deck to control it?
>>Do I need to think of some sort of electrical interlock??
>>How should I go about connecting the HV supply?
> Well, you could always try Radcom! The March issue (arriving any day
> now) winds up a three-part series on exactly this topic.
> Unfortunately the articles are only accessible to RSGB members, but
> there are further links at the 'In Practice' URL below, including a link
> to Mark K5AM.
> I strongly agree with Rick K2XT about using the same multi-way connector
> for ground, B-minus and the control line that energizes the HV mains
> relay. This ensures that HV cannot appear unless the supply also has its
> B-minus and safety ground returns.
> For remote HV supplies I am *strongly* recommending coaxial HV
> connectors which again guarantee a safety ground.
> 73 from Ian GM3SEK 'In Practice' columnist for RadCom (RSGB)
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