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>> Home > Forum > Electrical Related > Fogger 24v supply
Fogger 24v supply
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Dave M
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Forum Posts: 1106
20th May 2017 01:34  
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Just repaired a blown fogger unit, reversed battery.
Used a Component Shop LM2557 switch mode converter unit running from 12v (max) and giving 1 amp at 24v, plenty for the fogger that requires 300Ma. I may add a small heatsink if the chip gets hot as the fogger has no off switch whilst on the water.
There is a simple multiturn pot adjustment to set the required voltage.
Fogger now working full pelt and as good as new.


Live long and prosper

Dave
sonar
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Forum Posts: 136
20th May 2017 07:18  
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Never had any luck with any bought electrics from Component shop..


I much prefer the company of older woman but as the years go by there are less and less about..