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i dont support Main Power handling (ich supporte keine 110V/230V Basteleien)


in case of usage of 110V/230V powersupplys dont add the parts for the onboard regulator (TTSH rev.1+2)

use the frontpanel power switch for the LED driver TL071 socket to switch the LEDs on/off.

make sure you have a Main current fuse for the powersupply, typically i use IEC power inputs with linefilter and double fuse.

use rubber feeds otherwise the case "swings with the transformer frequency", you can hear it in the big ttsh case like a speaker.


tip:  by usage of a internal 110V/230V psu - mount the psu in left corner and reverb tank on right/top corner with in/outputs to top - or you get a massive hum in reverb.

mount the psu on plastic/rubbers - because the empty case amplified the psu noise/hum/vibration.


Info for users with embedded switched Murata/TDK.. regulators:

(if you have added the both switched regulators, desolder the 220nF caps, 100uH caps)


For new build: (rev.2 aka 7.x pcb version)

  1. dont add the inductors, 47uf cap, 240R, 2k4, 4n7caps, 27k, voltage regulators, trimmer
  2. you only need to add: 3pin MTA156 header,  run wires between TP3 and +15V and a Tp1 and -15V (see picture), (otherwise the Fader LEDs dont do his job (wink) )


for condor/powerone hbb1.5 powersupplys:

cut VW1 and VW2 on pcb, run wires at the output included sense

picture shows  230V usage (Mains Input on transformer is different for 110V AC)

measure the 15/0/-15V before you connect it to the TTSH. if needed use the psu pcb trimmer to change it to the correct value,

recalibrate your VCO V/oct and VCF 1V/oct if needed.


for condor/powerone haa0.8

only the transformer input 1+4 or 1+5 (for 230V) bridge the 2+3 pin, no trimming needed, measure the output


the usage of rubber feets minimize some vibrations from the transformer.

mount the reverb tank at top with in/output orientation at top or you get some hum from the PSU.

mount the PSU only on the left case side - on the right side is the reverb input and its very sensitive of magnetic fields.



Altitude´s PSU:

https://www.muffwiggler.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=130814&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0

BOM: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Uzok7ukMIwXIj6s7ttx5T3A1coEmdKRUpbRWDNm_sHY/edit?usp=sharing

or Mouser LINK https://www.mouser.com/ProjectManager/ProjectDetail.aspx?AccessID=2fb9871cb1  

dont forget to buy the Toroid https://www.digikey.de/product-detail/de/talema-group-llc/70083K/1295-1014-ND/3881427    Talema 70083K

Qty3ValueDevicePackagePartsDescription
DigikeyPrice (USD)Ext. Price
1
KK-156-2KK-156-2AC156 HEADER
A1971-ND0.190.19
1
2KBP2KBPB1RECTIFIER
2KBP10M-E4/51GI-ND0.780.78










63300 uFCPOL-USE7.5-16E7,5-16C1, C3, C4, C5, C6, C7

POLARIZED CAPACITOR


565-2000-ND2.0612.36
20.1 uFC-US025-024X044C025-024X044C2, C10

CAPACITOR Ceramic


BC1148CT-ND0.440.88
21 uFCPOL-EUE2.5-6E2,5-6C8, C12

POLARIZED CAPACITOR


493-12827-1-ND0.250.5
210 uFCPOL-EUE2.5-6E2,5-6C9, C11

POLARIZED CAPACITOR


493-1144-ND0.220.44










2240RR-US_0204/77/1/0204R5, R7RESISTOR
237XBK-ND0.10.2
21KR-US_0204/77/1/0204R4, R6RESISTOR
1.00KXBK-ND0.10.2
210KR-US_0204/77/1/0204R3, R8RESISTOR
10.0KXBK-ND0.10.2
22K3386-W3386WR1, R2Timmer PV36W
490-2880-ND1.513.02










41N4002DIODE-D-7.5D-7.5D1, D2, D5, D6DIODE
1N4002-TPMSCT-ND0.110.44
22AMPTR5TR5F1, F2FUSE
WK4257BK-ND0.71.4
1
MTA04-156
J1

156 4 pin Header


A1972-ND0.20.2
1
MTA03-100
J2100 3 pin header
A19470-ND0.20.2
2529XXXXXXXX529XXXXXXXX529XXXXXXXXKK1, KK2

HEATSINK TO-220/218


HS350-ND1.432.86
2
LED3MMLED3MMLED1, LED3LED
160-1142-ND0.330.66
1L01-50VAL01-50VAL01-50VATR1

TOROID TRANSFORMER


1295-1014-ND39.5839.58
1V80212MS02QV80212MS02QV80212MS02QU$5

Voltage Select Switch


CKC3001-ND4.094.09
1LM317LM317TS317TSU1

VOLTAGE REGULATOR


LM317TFS-ND0.710.71
1LM337LM337TS337TSU2

VOLTAGE REGULATOR


LM337TFS-ND0.710.71








Total68.91

no earth wiring for TTSH in Picture 1, but its needed for powerone psus.