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Dual Coin Slot Diagram with independent power supply

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dark_raven


Anyone pls help... bumili ako ng pisonet box na may dual coin slot na may sariling 12V AC power supply.... gusto ko sanang magsynchronize sya ng pag-off pag shutdown ko ng pc... pls share naman ng diagram nyo... hindi sya pwede mag depend sa power supply ng pc dahil DC voltage ang output nun eh...

PC Authority


dark_raven wrote:Anyone pls help... bumili ako ng pisonet box na may dual coin slot na may sariling 12V AC power supply.... gusto ko sanang magsynchronize sya ng pag-off pag shutdown ko ng pc... pls share naman ng diagram nyo... hindi sya pwede mag depend sa power supply ng pc dahil DC voltage ang output nun eh...

dark_raven: mostly kc ginagamit ang AC input pag me iba pang susuplyan ung circuit aside from 12V kc pwede ka kukuha ng +12,-12,GND or even higher than 12V from 12VAC pero sa case ng timer natin nirerectify lang nya ung papasok na 12VAC through bridge diodes to achieve 12VDC so di na mag matter if DC or AC ang papasok sa timer as long as it is 12V... "im using my PSU to power up my timer" ...

sana nakatulong kahit na papano ^^

NetPolice


^nagulo yata si TS sa explanation mo sir heheh masyado technical...

eto mas ok, pang usapang kanto...: sir mga timer ngyon pwde na sa psu ng CPU, hindi na need alamin ang polarity (+ or -) meron na ito atomatic detaection at sabi ng ni PC Authority "it can rectify" or correct kung alin ang alin hahaha... sa madaling sali pwedng pwede po mga timer sa PSU (12V Yellow/Blck color)

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