MicroVAX 3100 Model 95 Damaging SIMMs?
robert.jarratt at ntlworld.com
Fri Mar 25 18:22:27 CDT 2011
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> "Rob Jarratt" <robert.jarratt at ntlworld.com> writes:
> > No I have not, sounds like that is my next step, although I don't
> > think I have the equipment to check if the PSU is operating to spec, I
> > can visually check components.
> Supply voltages can be checked with a simple voltmeter. With dummy
> resistor loads on the PSU you can check current supplied by measuring the
> voltage across the resistor load.
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I have just been checking the outputs from the PSU and was wondering how
"good" they are. Here is what I measured:
On the standard Molex connector the 5V output is around 5.3V, the 12V output
is pretty much dead on. On the CPU power connector I measured these
I am not sure what the nominal voltages are supposed to be on this connector
(the -5.98 looks a bit suspicious) and how much out of tolerance they are.
How do these voltages look?
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